Anyone still crying over last night’s Arrow? Should I see a doctor about this? Let’s get our minds off the recent tragedy (which I won’t give away, because spoilers) by reading the latest TV-Cap. I have photos from the next episode of Game of Thrones, news about more Wet Hot American Summer, an announcement about a Watership Down miniseries with a fantastic cast, and more.
Bran’s Back. It’s been a while since we’ve seen Bran Stark, but Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones will bring the Three-Eyed Raven-in-training back into the picture. I can’t wait to see how much he’s learned and where his visions will take us. Images also hint at more action at the Wall—because Alliser Thorne is one of the worst—and the return of the Greyjoys. PS: Where the heck is Rickon Stark anyway? See more pictures from “Home” at Nerdist. [Images: HBO]
Who Wins? Ellie Kemper has to constantly smile as Kimmy Schmidt in Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Conan O’Brien has to often do the same. That means they both have the problem of people thinking they’re upset any time they’re not smiling. So on Conan, they discuss this very serious problem and share their neutral faces. [Vulture]
Sentimental Feelings. Melissa McCarthy appeared at the Time 100 Gala, and while she was there, ET talked to her about returning to Gilmore Girls to reprise her role of Sookie St. James. She has a few vague but lovely things to say about the revival in the above video. I’ll take any Gilmore Girls tidbits I can get, so… [ET]
Amazon Power. Diana Prince had a wonderful moment on last night’s Wheel of Fortune. The Amazon hero was the answer for one of the word puzzles on the game show. [Image: CBS]
Rabbit Business. BBC is working with Netflix to make a four-part CG animated adaptation of Richard Adams’ Watership Down. The series will air on BBC One in the UK and on Netflix in North America. But the most exciting part? The cast! John Boyega, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, and Ben Kingsley all have roles voicing characters [Nerdist]
Time for Camp! Netflix knows what’s up. They’ve announced a second round of Wet Hot American Summer. This one is a sequel to the film and subtitled Ten Years Later; like First Day of Camp, it will consist eight episodes. The title and concept is a nod to a moment after the credits of the film (as seen above). [Nerdist]
A Change of Locale. The Leftovers is picking up its roots and moving for its third and final season. The story will be set in Australia, so the show is eventually moving production to the land down under. They have to wrap up things in Austin, Texas first. [The Hollywood Reporter]
A Funeral and Insects. The CW gives us the gift of Team Arrow and the Winchesters on Wednesday night. If you’re ready to spend more time with them, read our recaps of the latest Supernatural (cicada spirits!) and Arrow (a funeral).
Did you solve the Wonder Woman puzzle last night on Wheel of Fortune? Are you looking forward to seeing Bran again on Game of Thrones? Sound off in the comments.
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