From Rickey.org Today (Dec. 12) was the first ever social media roast to mock Game of Thrones much-hated King Joffrey, and to celebrate, the cast added their thoughts on the character. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Telltale Games has a bunch of projects in the works right now, including a series based on Borderlands and another on Game of Thrones, and while both of those sound crazy exciting, the series I’m most excited for is the second season of The Walking... Read More
It’s common knowledge that Joffrey Baratheon is not only the most hated man in all of Westeros, but also the
In honor of the Roast of King Joffrey, here's a look back at some of the most horrible things he has done during his run on "Game of Thrones." If you needed any fuel for your raging against the little jerk, this should do the trick.
EXCLUSIVE: CAA signed Peter Dinklage, who today was nominated for a SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series for playing Tyrion Lannister on HBO’s Game Of Thrones. Dinklage won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for the series. Show More Summary
The announcement of the Golden Globe nominees this morning brought its usual set of snubs, hot off the tails of yesterday's list of Screen Actors Guild awards nods. Most people are buzzing about how Homeland, Game of Thrones, and Mad...Show More Summary
Entertainment One will finally be releasing The Knights Of Badassdom, which stars “Game Of Thrones’” Peter Dinklage, “True Blood’s” Ryan Kwanten, Steve Zahn and Summer Glau on VOD February 11th, 2014. They’re also starting TUGG screenings (not linking that just yet) for the film on... Read More
Tumblr is out with its most reblogged TV shows of 2013 list, with many of the usual suspects ranking high up. “Supernatural,” “Doctor Who,” “Sherlock,” “Game of Thrones,” “The Walking Dead,” and the recently departed “Breaking Bad” were...Show More Summary
"Game of Thrones" was snubbed by the Golden Globes for Season 3, when this should have been the year it got nominated more than any other. Here's why.
Things HBO does well: hardcore drama, softcore porn, amazing holiday gifts. Things HBO does not do well: hashtags, roasts, trying to make things go viral. And so begins the first limp and pathetic HBO Twitter roast of Game of Thrones' King Joffrey. Read more...
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Distinguishing itself from a normal day through the employment of formal invitations, today has been officially set aside for openly despising Game Of Thrones’ King Joffrey Baratheon, and offering him the social media equivalent of a good slap across the face. Show More Summary
Throwback Thursday turned into Talk Smack Thursday for fans of HBO's "Game of Thrones" who love to hate on the character King Joffrey Baratheon. The show's main Twitter feed spearheaded a #RoastJoffrey day billed as "the first social...Show More Summary
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Citizens of the Realm! HBO has launched Roast Joffrey Day on the official Game of Thrones website. Everyone wants to roast King Joffrey (Jack Gleeson)... over a low flame for hours, but since you can’t do that, you can at least let everyone know what you think of […]
No "Game of Thrones"? No Anna Gunn? No "Mad Men"? The Golden Globes TV nominations for 2014 are as baffling as ever.
I know, I know; any day is a good day to loathe the horrible blond bastard sitting on the Iron Throne, but HBO is making today (and tomorrow) special. They're organizing a "roast" of Joffrey across the official GoT Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram pages, and inviting the whole world to talk shit about him using the hashtag "#roastjoffrey." Read more...
From Rickey.org Starting things off for the Roast of King Joffrey (which doesn't technically begin until Dec. 12) is Kristian Nairn, the actor who plays Hodor. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
The nominations for the 71st annual Golden Globes are in, and after reviewing the list and doing the side-by-side comparisons between this year?s and the last few years, we?ve picked over the picks to find the snubs, note the surprises and try to figure out what the Hollywood Foreign Press was thinking with their choices, for better or worse. Click To Continue Reading
Are you a fan of Homeland? What about Game of Thrones? How about Mad Men? Well maybe you should go
The 2014 Golden Globe nominations are in, and HBO's "Game of Thrones" was seriously overlooked by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The fantasy show wasn't nominated in any category. But, this may not be a surprise to fans who follow award show drama. Show More Summary