So Spoiled: What the New ‘Game of Thrones’ Footage Reveals About Season 7

'Gilmore Girls' Cast and Creator Say More Episodes Might Be on the Way
The Gilmore Girls creator said that more episodes of the Netflix revival...

After days of eating Thanksgiving leftovers and binging on everything from the new installments of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, or The Crown, or whatever the case may be, it’s time to take a break….to catch up on all the new spoilers that have arrived! We’ve got new details on Westworld, Teen Wolf and much more!

It’s impossible to say whether all the living Stark children are going to be reunited again on Game of Thrones, but we do know that Arya makes her way back to the north, based on her clothes and surroundings in the fleeting glimpses fans got during Westworld on Sunday (Nov. 27, 2016). [TV Line]


Speaking of Westworld, the show’s creators, Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, want to ensure fans that they intend to deliver on most of the show’s nagging questions this season.

“We weren’t interested in spinning out mysteries with no answers in sight,” Nolan shared. “Our goal is to tell an ambitious story in season-long chapters, each with a distinct feel and theme.”

Joy stated: “Most of the questions viewers have will be resolved in the final episodes, except for the most important one: What happens next.” [Entertainment Weekly]

Curious what to expect from Malia on Teen Wolf now that she’s truly coming into her own?

“We wanted to see Malia as a bit of a player,” EP Jeff Davis said when discussing that casual hookup with Nathan. “She’s a wild animal, and she has needs of her own. What is she like without Stiles, without that relationship anymore? There were two characters we wanted to see not in a relationship this season, and that was Scott and Malia. It provides a nice new perspective on her and how she’s still learning things about how to act with humans in a human society.” [TV Line]


Oh, and just in case you didn’t catch the Final Four Words in Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, here you go! They also weigh on who, ahem, might be responsible… [The Hollywood Reporter]