Game of Thrones Season 8: Death Pool

Since it first aired in 2011, Game of Thrones never shied away from killing off the most beloved characters. Although there have been many TV series that have killed off main characters, it’s never been as early or as significant as Game of Thrones chopping off Ned Stark’s head before the first season was finished.…

The 8 Best Game of Thrones Fan Theories

Everyone’s favorite epic fantasy show, Game of Thrones, begins its final season on Sunday, April 14, 2019. The show, which began with incest, dwarf-abuse, and catapulting a child from a tower will end with fire, blood, and possibly the death of every living soul in Westeros. Ever since George R. R. Martin published the first…

11 Albums to Anticipate in 2019

It’s hard to know where 2019 will go. Will we see more collabs or will musicians use what they’ve learned from their peers and create more unique music of their own? We can only guess at what the future will hold. Already, some major artists have hinted that they’ll be dropping albums, and some have been in the studio for a while. Here are some of the artists who may be dropping highly anticipated albums in 2019.

Most Ridiculous Valentine’s Day Products Ever Made

While there are many companies that offer fantastic love-themed gifts around Valentine’s Day, others have attempted to cash in on the holiday with a series of garish novelty products that are more ridiculous than practical. Here are some of the most ridiculous Valentine’s Day products ever made.

12 Movies to Anticipate in 2019

This year, dreams will come true for millions of fans around the world as old favorites are rebooted, sequels are released, and next chapters in multi-movie universes unfold. It’s hard to remember a time when we’ve been this excited about movies that haven’t even been released yet. Here are some of the most anticipated movies coming out in 2019.

Award Show Gold: The Movies and Actors We’re Most Likely to See During Award Season

With the Golden Globes out of the way and Oscar nominations set to be announced on January 22, we’re deep in the midst of theatrical award season. Already, the Golden Globes have shaken things up, giving three trophies to Bohemian Rhapsody, which received mixed reviews, and only acknowledging A Star is Born for Best Original Song from a Motion Picture. Predictions about who will be nominated for the most prestigious honors in film are already rampant. Today, we’re going to talk about some of the movies and stars we’re most likely to see as victors in the 2018 award season.

12 Books to Anticipate in 2019

If you’re an avid reader, chances are you’re already up to date on what books will be coming out in the new year. There are tons of novels that have already gotten enthusiastic advance praise and have attracted a lot of interest from readers all over the world. Many of these novels are coming from established writers, while some are much-anticipated debuts. Here are some of the most exciting books to anticipate in 2019.

Politics Schmolitics: The Funniest Joke Political Parties

When people feel like their views aren’t being represented in the sphere of politics, it can lead to either a deeper engagement with the issues, or a complete spin into apathy. Some people struggle to see themselves in the mainstream political parties in their country, so over time they’ve created their own. Some are serious and focused around specific community issues that need to be addressed, while others are completely satirical. Many joke parties have come in and out of existence over the years.

TV Series Returning to Us This January

January has always been a great time for television, and this year is no different. This month, we’ll see the return of several old favorites. Some are starting new seasons, while others are returning after a months-long mid-season hiatus. With competition from online platforms like Netflix and Amazon putting pressure on networks to release great content, there’s never been a better time to tune in. Here are some of the best TV series’ that are returning to us this January.