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Richard Madden interview: Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams

Rob Leane Sep 15, 2017

Game Of Thrones' Richard Madden chats to us about C4’s new sci-fi series, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, starting this Sunday...

Richard Madden (Game Of Thrones, Cinderella, Bastille Day) is starring in one episode of Amazon and Channel 4’s sci-fi anthology series Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams.

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He’ll play Agent Ross in The Hood Maker, an adaptation of Dick’s short story of the same name, which is set in a dark future where the government uses telepathic individuals (known as ‘Teeps’) to monitor the minds of the masses. Madden’s Ross is on the side of the government.

We joined Madden and a group of other journalists for a roundtable interview in London, long after his filming was finished,
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The White Princess: Is the Starz TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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Vulture WatchWill Henry Tudor's marriage to Elizabeth of York ensure he remains on the throne? Has the The White Princess TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Starz? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The White Princess season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About?Airing on the Starz premium cable channel, The White Princess stars Jodie Comer as Princess Elizabeth of York and Jacob Collins-Levy as King Henry VII. The Starz cast also includes Essie Davis, Joanne Whalley, Michelle Fairley, Suki Waterhouse, Rebecca Benson, Rhys Connah, Caroline Goodall, Kenneth Cranham, and Vincent Regan. Beginning in 1485, the series tells the end of the saga of England’s War of the Roses
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Review: Game of Thrones – Season 7 – Episode 7

Alas, the Song of Ice and Fire draws to a close once again.

Season 7 really has been one hell of a thrill ride. Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) met Jon Snow (Kit Harrington), the Night King (Vladimir Furdik) met, and brought down, a dragon, Arya (Maisie Williams) and Sansa (Sophie Turner) were finally reunited and Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) managed to put yet another bun in Cersie’s (Lena Headey) oven. It’s also boasted the best battle scenes that Game of Thrones has shown yet, with the production team finally being gifted the budget the show has been dying for since day one. Indeed, spectacle wise, it would be very easy to label Season 7 as the best of all.

However.

Things have seemed a tad – un Game of Throneish this year. Maybe it’s because the story is finally getting going, and characters are being reunited, that have been apart for a number of seasons.
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You'll Never Sleep Again After Seeing This Incredibly Creepy Game of Thrones Detail

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Buckle up, you guys, because I'm about to dive into what might be Game of Thrones season seven's craziest theory so far (other than ice dragons, obviously . . . and also Bran being the Night King . . . maybe it's not so crazy after all?!). In "The Spoils of War," episode four of the seventh season, the sparring session between Arya (Maisie Williams) and Brienne (Gwendoline Christie) at Winterfell ends up being one of the most touching scenes of the episode. Not only is there a heartbreaking connection to Arya's father, Ned Stark, but it turns out there might be a link to Arya's mother, Catelyn Stark, as well. One fan, Redditor GrennsGal, thinks the legit ghost of Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley) can be seen casually strolling around Winterfell in the background of this scene. Right after Arya brings up the vow Brienne made to Catelyn ("You swore to serve both my mother's daughters
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‘Game of Thrones’: Why Bran Will Be the One to Beat Littlefinger at His Own Game

‘Game of Thrones’: Why Bran Will Be the One to Beat Littlefinger at His Own Game
On “Game of Thrones,” Littlefinger might be the most dangerous man in Westeros, but he may have met his match.

Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish (Aidan Gillen) is the epitome of a Westerosi success story. Although of low birth in this feudal society, his ambition, wits and ruthlessness allowed him to rise in the ranks until he finally became the Lord Protector of the Vale.

In contrast, Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) was born into nobility but had much of his comfort and privilege stripped from him: half of his family members have been killed, he lost his ability to walk, and as the new Three-Eyed Raven, he is no longer heir to Winterfell.

Read More‘Game of Thrones’: 5 Crazy Reasons Why The Hound Is the Prince Who Was Promised, Not Daenerys

Such disparate characters wouldn’t normally be the most obvious foes, but this is “Game of Thrones,” and both
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‘Game of Thrones’: Why Bran Will Be the One to Beat Littlefinger at His Own Game

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‘Game of Thrones’: Why Bran Will Be the One to Beat Littlefinger at His Own Game
On “Game of Thrones,” Littlefinger might be the most dangerous man in Westeros, but he may have met his match.

Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish (Aidan Gillen) is the epitome of a Westerosi success story. Although of low birth in this feudal society, his ambition, wits and ruthlessness allowed him to rise in the ranks until he finally became the Lord Protector of the Vale.

In contrast, Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) was born into nobility but had much of his comfort and privilege stripped from him: half of his family members have been killed, he lost his ability to walk, and as the new Three-Eyed Raven, he is no longer heir to Winterfell.

Read More‘Game of Thrones’: 5 Crazy Reasons Why The Hound Is the Prince Who Was Promised, Not Daenerys

Such disparate characters wouldn’t normally be the most obvious foes, but this is “Game of Thrones,” and both
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New 'Game of Thrones' Photos Tease a Dangerous Confrontation

In one of their very first scenes together, Ned Stark (Sean Bean) grabbed Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen) by the throat and threw him up against a wall, demanding answers. Moments later, Catelyn (Michelle Fairley) appeared and tensions thawed — if only until the next time Ned and Littlefinger met at the neck, this time with Lord Baelish pressing a dagger to Lord Stark's throat.

Will history repeat itself in the upcoming Game of Thrones episode? New photos for the second installment of the season, called "Stormborn," raise the possibility: In the photo above, we see the first-ever direct conversation...
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‘Game of Thrones’: Why Jon Snow’s Resurrection Could Still Come Back to Haunt Him

‘Game of Thrones’: Why Jon Snow’s Resurrection Could Still Come Back to Haunt Him
On Sunday, we returned to Westeros to see Jon Snow (Kit Harington) taking up the mantle of King in the North with no problems — well, except for Sansa (Sophie Turner) questioning his every move publicly. But other than that, he’s looking pretty good for a guy who was stabbed multiple times, left to bleed out in the snow, and then brought back to life through divine or magical intervention.

But he shouldn’t be.

That is to say that resurrection by R’hllor, a.k.a. Red God, a.k.a. the Lord of Light, isn’t perfect. Just ask Beric Dondarrion (Richard Dormer), who’s been revived several times but isn’t looking all that fresh. That’s because resurrection via Red God does not mean complete recovery from the physical injuries that had led to your death. This is no Whovian regeneration. Most obviously, Beric is still
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‘Game of Thrones’: Why Jon Snow’s Resurrection Could Still Come Back to Haunt Him

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‘Game of Thrones’: Why Jon Snow’s Resurrection Could Still Come Back to Haunt Him
On Sunday, we returned to Westeros to see Jon Snow (Kit Harington) taking up the mantle of King in the North with no problems — well, except for Sansa (Sophie Turner) questioning his every move publicly. But other than that, he’s looking pretty good for a guy who was stabbed multiple times, left to bleed out in the snow, and then brought back to life through divine or magical intervention.

But he shouldn’t be.

That is to say that resurrection by R’hllor, a.k.a. Red God, a.k.a. the Lord of Light, isn’t perfect. Just ask Beric Dondarrion (Richard Dormer), who’s been revived several times but isn’t looking all that fresh. That’s because resurrection via Red God does not mean complete recovery from the physical injuries that had led to your death. This is no Whovian regeneration. Most obviously, Beric is still
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Westeros Weekly: Breaking Down the Biggest 'Game of Thrones' Moments, Plus Exclusive Answers From Kit Harington!

Westeros Weekly: Breaking Down the Biggest 'Game of Thrones' Moments, Plus Exclusive Answers From Kit Harington!
Winter is here -- and so is Et's new Game of Thrones after-show, Westeros Weekly!

Each Monday, Et's Leanne Aguilera and Ash Crossan will be breaking down the latest episode's most shocking moments (Hey there, Ed Sheeran!) and debuting exclusive interviews with your favorite Game of Thrones stars and celebrity super fans.

This week, Jon Snow himself, Kit Harington, is the first to answer our signature Wildfire Fast Five speed round of questions, and reveals his pick for who really deserves to rule the Iron Throne. (Warning: His answer will definitely surprise you!)

More: 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Premiere: The Most Satisfying Opening Scene of All Time!

Wildfire Fast Five With Kit Harington

1. Who's your favorite GoT character? (You can't say your own!)

Kh: Bronn.

2. If you could bring one character back to life, who would it be?

Kh: Michelle Fairley [as] Catelyn Stark.

3. What would you like to see your character accomplish before he/she
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Sansa & Jon will have a power struggle in season 7 of Game of Thrones

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The children of Eddard (Sean Bean) and Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley) have been scattered across Westeros since the first season of Game of Thrones, but the last season of the HBO series finally saw two of those children reunite. Unfortunately, the reunion between Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) wasn't all sunshine and manticore farts. Despite joining forces to take... Read More...
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The White Princess

Network: StarzEpisodes: Eight (hour)Seasons: OneTV show dates: April 16, 2017 — June 4, 2017Series status: Has not been cancelledPerformers include: Jodie Comer, Jacob Collins-Levy, Essie Davis, Joanne Whalley, Michelle Fairley, Suki Waterhouse, Rebecca Benson, Rhys Connah, Caroline Goodall, Kenneth Cranham, and Vincent Regan.TV show description:A followup to the 2013 10-part historical drama, The White Queen, The White Princess is a TV show adaptation of Philippa Gregory's novel of the same name.Beginning in 1485, the series tells the end of the saga of England’s War of the Roses and follows the rise of the House of Tudor, as well as the stormy marriage of Princess Elizabeth of York (Comer) and King Henry VII (Collins-Levy).Princess Elizabeth, daughter of Dowager Queen Elizabeth (Davis) aka
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The White Princess: Is the Starz TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

Vulture WatchWill Henry Tudor's marriage to Elizabeth of York ensure he remains on the throne? Has the The White Princess TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Starz? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The White Princess season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About?Airing on the Starz premium cable channel, The White Princess stars Jodie Comer as Princess Elizabeth of York and Jacob Collins-Levy as King Henry VII. The Starz cast also includes Essie Davis, Joanne Whalley, Michelle Fairley, Suki Waterhouse, Rebecca Benson, Rhys Connah, Caroline Goodall, Kenneth Cranham, and Vincent Regan. Beginning in 1485, the series tells the end of the saga of England’s War of the Roses
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The White Princess: Season One Ratings

As a paid premium cable network, Starz is not a slave to the Nielsen ratings, the way broadcast and basic cable networks must be. Still, they have to retain and attract new subscribers, so the popularity of their TV shows still matters. Could The White Princess TV show -- a sequel to The White Queen mini-series of 2013 -- reign long on Starz? Could there be a second season, some sort of sequel series or, will there be just eight episodes? Stay tuned.The White Princess stars Jodie Comer as Princess Elizabeth of York and Jacob Collins-Levy as King Henry VII. The Starz cast also includes Essie Davis, Joanne Whalley, Michelle Fairley, Suki Waterhouse, Rebecca Benson, Rhys Connah, Caroline Goodall, Kenneth Cranham, and Vincent Regan. Beginning in 1485, the series tells the end of the saga of England’s War of the Roses and follows the rise of the
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The White Princess: No Season Two for Starz Historical Series

It looks like the reign is over for The White Princess. Recently, star Jodie Comer revealed there will be no season two for the Starz TV show.A sequel to The White Queen, the historical drama follows the stormy marriage of Elizabeth of York (Comer) to Henry Tudor (Jacob Collins-Levy) during the end of England's War of the Roses. The cast also includes Essie Davis, Joanne Whalley, Michelle Fairley, Suki Waterhouse, Rebecca Benson, Rhys Connah, Caroline Goodall, Kenneth Cranham, and Vincent Regan.Read More…
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‘The White Princess’ Ep Emma Frost on Heroes, Beheadings, & the Emotional Finale

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Starz's emotionally complex and morally complicated limited series The White Princess has finished, and my lingering thought is just why isn't there more?! The final episode left us with Lizzie (Jodie Comer) fully embracing her Tudor future with her husband, King Henry VII (Jacob Collins-Levy) and their sons. Putting aside the potential curse that she and her mother laid, she had her brother, "The Boy" (Patrick Gibson) put to death alongside her cousin in order to quell any possibility of rebellion. In those very last moments, we see Lady Margaret (Michelle Fairley) lean over and try and …
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Game of Thrones' Stark Family Reunites for EW Cover Shoot

Game of Thrones' Stark Family Reunites for EW Cover Shoot
It's a House Stark reunion! The actors playing the four surviving members of the Stark family—Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) and Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark) got together for an EW cover shoot. Spoiler alert! In the past sixth season of Game of Thrones, Jon and Sansa reunited for the first time since the debut season, when all four family members were separated, and he was made King of the North. Family patriarch Ned Stark (Sean Bean), matriarch Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley), their eldest son Robb Stark (Richard Madden) and youngest son Rickon Stark (Art Parkinson) have all been...
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The White Princess: 5 Things to Know About Starz's White Queen Sequel

The White Princess: 5 Things to Know About Starz's White Queen Sequel
Whether you’re a Tudor scholar or someone who’s better versed in Westeros’ royalty than that of England, The White Princess‘ Emma Frost promises you’ll be able to follow along with Starz’s new drama about England at the start of King Henry VII’s reign.

And part of that is thanks to one ballsy, young king.

The eight-episode series, a sequel to the network’s The White Princess, gets underway as Henry Tudor both ascends to the throne and chooses a wife: the politically expedient Princess Elizabeth of York; their union also unites a divided England.

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TV Review: ‘The White Princess’ on Starz

TV Review: ‘The White Princess’ on Starz
If you are the type of person who likes to pore over family trees, “The White Princess” is tailor-made for you: The Starz drama, based on the Philippa Gregory book, tells a fictionalized version of just a sliver of one of the most complicated moments in English monarchy. If you don’t know your Lancasters from your Yorks — your Plantagenets and your Tudors — “The White Princess” is a steep learning curve. If you do — or if you’re willing to learn — the drama is an enjoyable, ridiculous romp through the early days of the first Tudor king, Henry VII, and his marriage to Elizabeth of York, the titular white princess. (White, in this case, because York’s badge was a white rose, while the Lancasters’ was a red rose — like Starz’s “The White Queen,” a loose prequel to this, from 2013.)

The main thing to know is that Richard III, the
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The White Princess Review

Four episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

History is the story of men: an unending chronological spiral of Kings, Emperors, Chieftans and Pharoahs all hellbent on spilling their rivals’ blood. This focus is understandable enough, but Phillipa Gregory, in her series of novels The Cousin’s War, shines light on the women behind the famous men: the various queens, dowagers and princesses who have their own vicious battles to fight.

The White Princess is the sequel to the BBC/Starz 2013 co-production The White Queen. Set during the War of the Roses, that miniseries followed Elizabeth Woodville, Margaret Beauford and Anne Neville, three noblewomen with their eye on the English Crown. That series concluded with the Battle of Bosworth Field, in which Henry Tudor defeated King Richard III and claimed the throne of England by right of conquest.

This picks up immediately afterwards, with the victorious Tudor family consolidating their claim
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