Sci-fi fans and '60s lovers have both had a lot to celebrate on the small screen in recent weeks: "Mad Men" returned to AMC with its long-awaited fifth season and HBO welcomed viewers back to Westeros for the Season 2 premiere of "Game of Thrones." In the battle of Sunday night, hour-long cable dramas, which is king? Luckily, they air an hour apart -- with "Game of Thrones" starting at 9 p.
The final season of "Mad Men" premiered last week, and we were all happy to see Don Draper and Co. back in action. The premiere of the final season brought surprise cameos (why, hello Neve Campbell) shifts in power, some people migr... Read Post
The second season premiere of HBO’s Game of Thrones delivered series-high ratings Sunday night. Thrones returned to 3.8 million viewers. Read Post
Once again, HBO’s Game of Thrones ratings hit a season high Sunday night, climbing to 2.6 million viewers for its premiere airing. Combined with its encore, Thrones was up to 3.3 million viewers for the night, with the show averagin... Read Post