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We’ve GoT so many endings

More than a million fans have signed a petition to have the last season of Game of Thrones redone

An evening routine unsullied

By the time Game of Thrones is scheduled to air on Showmax, I’m asleep. That’s just the way I roll and no amount of suspense is going to change it.

Netflix has big appetite for growth

The entertainment giant is disrupting the industry but its rivals are not giving up without a fight

Islam and the first feminists

Though laws might no longer be interpreted this way, women have always been powerful

An inconvenient review of An Inconvenient Sequel

"How poetic, how meta, how annoyingly terrific. As a young filmmaker myself, I may be having an existential crisis. Staving off the jealousy".

Something rank about ratings

The logic of governance at these institutions is that of neomedievalism in the war of excellence

Editorial: DisGrace – and a diplomacy one too

Nothing in the incident and what followed leaves Zimbabwe’s first lady with any shine at all

5 reasons why Game of Thrones satisfies our needs (apart from sex and violence)

The series meets deeper, more fundamental human needs than just a romp through bedrooms and battlefields

Winter is here: ‘Game of Thrones’ begins season seven

Spoiler alert: This story contains minor details from Sunday's season premiere of HBO's 'Game of Thrones'

Close encounters with alien sex

Alien relations served writer Alice Bo Sheldon well as a metaphor for the gender obtuseness and sexual obsessions of dominant human males on Earth.

Five worst TV moments of 2015

This year television gave us silly story ideas, cringeworthy narratives, damning decisions and rotten casting, writes Rebecca Davis.

Television’s intrigues (nearly) rivalled local politics

Shaun de Waal looks at TV shows that had us hooked with cliffhangers and plot twists.

Game of Thrones tourism hits the mark

Game of Thrones has put Northern Ireland on the map as fans flock to act out their medieval fantasies.

Game of ideological thrones

George RR Martin believes right-wing science ­fiction writers have wrecked the Hugo Awards.

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