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26 May 19
Nonna Gitta

Duh sist,,postingannya koq tentang selingkuh mulu sih, ga ada yang laen apa?? Jadi gini, efek kemarin instagram sama facebook diblokir, melipir lah ke twitter setelah puluhan tahun ga main twitter kan (lebaayyy,,) ternyata banyak banget inspirasi buat nulis. Yang tadinya gw bingung mau nulisin pengalaman gw, mendadak banyak muncul ide buat sharing pengalaman diselingkuhin (diselingkuhin […]

26 May 19
Bird is the Worm

  Since HBO has left a void in your Sunday nights by ending Game of Thrones far too quickly, here’s some videos to dull the pain. First up is from saxophonist Andrew Gutauskas.  He’s got an album out sometime later in 2019 on Outside In Music. Your song personnel:  Andrew Gutauskas (soprano sax), Josh Paris […]

26 May 19
Shanazitil Bookmark Story

Nonton Veep Season 4: The Great Veep Debate #3 – Better Wingman (HBO) Sub Indo Veep Season 4: The Great Veep Debate #3 – Better Wingman (HBO) Subscribe to the HBO YouTube: Veep Season 4 premieres Sunday, April 12 at 10:30PM, only on HBO. Connect with Veep Online: Find Veep on Facebook: Find Veep on […]

26 May 19
Orange Kettle

  I wonder how George R.R. Martin feels right now. Could he have known his limitless imagination was going to be turned into a visual phenomenon that would change television forever? Did it feel like prose-ish justice when HBO purchased the rights of the book Martin started writing after he was fed up with being […]

26 May 19
Metro
Game Of Thrones is officially over and we need to fill the void (Picture: HBO) The Game Of Thrones season eight finale aired almost a week ago and many of us are still struggling to come to terms with *that* ending. After spending almost a decade trying to keep up with our favourite characters at Westeros, it’s time we all moved on sunk our teeth into all the other epic fantasies and dramas out there. So without further a do, we’ve got all the best shows worth bingeing on Amazon Prime Video to fill the void of the HBO franchise, at least that is until the prequel comes out. Vikings Vikings is waiting to be binged (Picture: Rex Features) Although it’s not a fantasy, Vikings is equally dramatic and just as gory as Game Of Thrones. The History Channel show tells the gripping sagas of historical hero Ragnar Lothbrok. As claimed direct descendant of Odin, god of war and warriors, Ragnar’s mystical nature and devotion to the gods feeds his stealthy maneuvers and determination to become King of the Vikings. There are five seasons to binge on Amazon Prime and it’s reported that the sixth and final one will be dropping later this year. American Gods There are currently two seasons of American Gods to get through (Picture: Amazon/Starz) This fantasy drama follows former convict Shadow Man’s discovery of a hidden world where magic is real and where the Old Gods fear irrelevance amid the growing power of the New Gods, including Media and Technology. In a grand plan to combat the threat, new friend the mysterious Mr. Wednesday attempts to unite the Old Gods to defend their existence and rebuild the influence they have lost, leaving Shadow struggling to accept this new world and his place in it. Show star Ricky Whittle, who plays Shadow Man, has boldly claimed that the show is ‘even more beautiful’ than Game Of Thrones. Better watch it for yourself and find out if he’s right, eh? Outlander Outlander is waiting to be binged (Picture: Channel Four) Outlander is a drama based upon author Diana Gabaldon’s historical time travel book series and rivals Daenerys and Jon Snow in terms of romance and adventure. The show follows the story of married combat nurse Claire Randall who is mysteriously swept back in time to 743 where she is thrown into an unknown world. Forced to marry young Scottish warrior, Claire finds herself caught up in a passionate affair between two different men in two moments in time. Four seasons await you on Amazon Prime, so what are you waiting for? Black Sails Set roughly two decades before the events of Treasure Island and during the Golden Age of Piracy, Black Sails follows Captain Flint and his pirates fighting for the survival of New Providence Island. It’s filled to the brim with more blood, sex and adventure than any Game Of Thrones fan could ever desire, and that’s just the trailer. The first season focuses on the hunt for the Spanish treasure galleon Urca de Lima, with the latter three following the collateral of its discovery. The series concluded in 2017 with its fourth and final season. [metro-tag-post-strip] The 100 The 100 is an American post-apocalyptic drama that follows a group of survivor prisoners who are sent from a space to see if earth is habitable. During their adventure they learn that some humans did manage to survive, including the Grounders who are engaged in a bitter power struggle and the cannibal Mountain Men. The series was renewed for a seventh season last month, so until then there are six installments to power through. Oh and if that didn’t sell it to you, the guy who created Game Of Thrones language Dothraki also developed the language in The 100, so you know, it’s worth tuning in for. The Romanoffs The Romanoffs kicked off last year (Picture: Amazon) Like the journey to discover who will end up on the Iron Throne, The Romanoffs centers round separate stories who believe they are descendants of the Russain royal family. From the creator of Mad Men, the eight-part anthology series takes place in seven countries across the globe. Aaron Eckhart, Diane Lane, Isabelle Huppert and Christina Hendricks all star alongside  John Slattery, Amanda Peet, Jack Huston, Kathryn Hahn, Noah Wyle and Paul Reiser. The first season made its debut on Amazon Prime last year and it remains unknown as to whether it’ll be returning for more action in the not so distant future. Game Of Thrones is available to watch on catch-up on HBO, Sky Atlantic and NOW TV. [metro-fact-box id=”7022752″ title=”Got a showbiz story?” icon=”exclamation” /] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/25/game-thrones-fan-correctly-predicted-daenerys-fate-seven-years-ago-9690801/” title=”A Game of Thrones fan correctly predicted Daenerys’ fate seven years ago”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/24/sarah-michelle-gellar-reckons-game-thrones-finale-mirrors-death-buffy-vampire-slayer-9688464/” title=”Sarah Michelle Gellar reckons Game Of Thrones finale mirrors death in Buffy The Vampire Slayer”]
26 May 19
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26 May 19
Rahul Jha's Lekh ( राहुल झा का लेख)

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26 May 19
Observer

‘I see the change in the comedy community as just another macrocosm for the inner transformation we should all be going through,’ says Pete Holmes.

26 May 19
Climate Denial Crock of the Week

Those that remember the Soviet era, at least. Slava Malamud on Twitter: I have just finished watching Episode 1 of Chernobyl on @HBO. My perspective is that of someone born and raised in the Soviet Union who has vivid memories of 1986, the catastrophe itself and how it was handled by the Soviet politicians and […]

26 May 19
What's Lorraine watching?

It’s been a pretty busy week.  Appointments, Mahjong, golf, brunches, lunches and dinners with friends.  We tried out the new restaurant The Grey, which is conveniently located on our street in Thornbury, and although we were astonished at the noise level (lots of hard surfaces) we were pleasantly surprised by great food and service. We […]