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Game Of Thrones Fans Are Furious About Last Night’s Episode

If there’s one thing that the last season of Game of Thrones has done, besides kill almost every character, it’s divided fans. And after sticking through eight seasons of the show, it seems they have a right to be angry.

The penultimate episode of the series, which aired last night on HBO, delivered some real craziness. Unfortunately, however, it’s the twists and deaths that have longtime fans in an uproar. Perhaps the biggest objection is about Daenerys Targaryen. She’s always been the hero of Thrones, overcoming odds and appearing to be a just and fair queen. Mostly. But this season has her turning into the villain, especially after last night, when she burned the Red Keep to the ground, people and all. Hail the mad queen!

Jaime Lannister’s character development has also seemed completely wasted. He’s spent nearly the entire series trying to find redemption and then what happens?
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Nick Hornby, Gregg Araki among Sundance 2019 Indie Episodic, Special Events roster

Nick Hornby, Gregg Araki among Sundance 2019 Indie Episodic, Special Events roster
Special Events include Gregg Araki’s Now Apocalypse.

The second year of the Indie Episodic section at Sundance Film Festival brings world premieres of the Nick Hornby marriage therapy comedy State Of The Union directed by Stephen Frears and starring Rosamund Pike and Chris O’Dowd, and Kyra Sedgwick’s Girls Weekend, about a queer daughter who returns for a family gathering in Las Vegas.

Festival programmers have lined up 12 Episodic works, alongside four special events, among them Gregg Araki’s half-hour Starz comedy series Now Apocalypse about the misadventures of four friends in Los Angeles. Steven Soderbergh is among the executive producers.
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