Game of Thrones may be headed for an eighth and final chapter, but don’t expect George R.R. Martin to follow suit. Despite some recent comments hinting the Song of Ice and Fire series may not close at seven novels, Martin has taken to his favored pastime of correcting LiveJournal comments.
Don’t get confused if Elizabeth Olsen suddenly pops up in your timeline. The Avengers star is heading to TV (ish) as Facebook picks up a new half-hour streaming dramedy with Olsen doing what we all use Facebook for – stalking exes.
Last year brought word that Ex Machina director Alex Garland would take his sci-fi talents to TV for a new FX series, though the director has since turned his gaze to Annihilation. Now, Garland provides a few hints of what to expect for the eight-part series, which itself may begin production later …
Even as Disney’s independent streaming service will launch in fall 2019, the TV side is already taking shape. Not only do we have a sense of what budget the Star Wars TV series and its companions will have (hint: dragon-sized), but we also know The Defenders are safe at Netflix.
House of Cards did right by Kevin Spacey’s victims to toss existing scripts and reorient the final season around Robin Wright’s Claire. All the same, it seems the latest addition to Season 6 offers a hint at how the final arc for Spacey’s Frank Underwood might have played out.