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It’s official: ‘Game of Thrones’ to end with season 8, spinoff in the cards

Today during their panel at the Television Critics Association, HBO confirmed that Game of Thrones will end with season 8.

‘Lucifer’ at SDCC: Aimee Garcia on what to expect from Ella Lopez

Aimee Garcia shared some details at Comic-Con about what to expect from her character, Ella Lopez, when she joins the cast of Lucifer this Fall.

These marriage proposals from San Diego Comic-Con will warm your fannish heart

At San Diego Comic-Con 2016, several couples shared the love and put a ring on it at the heart of all things geek.

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”s Elizabeth Henstridge fell into a swimming pool at SDCC, and it was hilarious

Elizabeth Henstridge’s glamorous moment at a San Diego Comic-Con party ended with a hilariously memorable splash.

‘Lucifer’ cast reflect on season 1, preview what’s next for Maze and Amenadiel

Lucifer‘s first season was one hell of a journey, and during the Comic-Con round-tables showrunner Joe Henderson reflected on it, deviations from the comic, and where the show is going next.

‘Lucifer’ cast discuss how ‘Mom’ will shake up season 2

In the dying moments of Lucifer‘s freshman season it was revealed that Lucifer and Amenadiel’s mother had escaped from Hell. At San Diego Comic-Con, the cast and showrunner Joe Henderson detailed how Mom will shake up season 2.

‘Supernatural’ at SDCC: Misha Collins says Castiel ‘comes out swinging’ in season 12

At SDCC, we spoke to Supernatural star Misha Collins about Castiel’s role in season 12, time travel, and “getting his mojo back.”

‘Archie Comics’ gets a sexy spin with the CW’s ‘Riverdale’

Riverdale will be premiering midseason next winter on the CW, and at San Diego Comic-Con, Hypable got the scoop on what you can expect when the classic characters from the comics get their TV teen drama debut.

Jeph Loeb explains why Marvel TV characters are unlikely to appear in the movies

Forget seeing Luke Cage and Daisy Johnson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. According to Jeph Loeb, it’s simply too hard to plan.