Disney expects a third live-action ‘Star Wars’ series by 2022

Disney may not release another Star Wars movie until 2022, but that isn't stopping it from loading its streaming service with Star Wars shows. As part of a presentation (skip to around 46:05) at a media conference, chief exec Bob Iger said he expect… …

Cat Names Inspired By The HBO Series ‘Game Of Thrones’ [NO SPOILERS]

Are you a new cat parent and Game of Thrones fan? No matter which house you cheer for, you’re sure to find a great name for your cat on this list. Here are the best cat names from HBO’s Game of Thrones!
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Amazon’s Oil Addiction, Black Holes, and Tiny Ancient Humans: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Wow, it’s finally here: The last season of HBO’s Game of Thrones premieres tonight. In a matter of mere minutes, viewers will have the chance to re-experience the magical world of Westeros, spending a final few episodes in the company of fan favorites like Dragon Owner, The Explosion Doer, Grizzled Conscience Man, …Read more……

Amazon’s Oil Addiction, Black Holes, and Tiny Ancient Humans: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Julia Louis-Dreyfus thinks she’s a good liar. Jimmy Fallon finds out.

You know what, Julia Louis-Dreyfus could sell us anything.
But we’re not so sure how she is effective is at selling a lie, however, as exemplified when she stepped into a round of “Box of Lies” with The Tonight Show’s Jimmy Fallon on Thursday.
The Veep star is good fun, but boy, not so convincing when it comes to trying to dupe Fallon into thinking that she’s got a horse with a huge collection of sandals and high heels in front of her. Read more…
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George R.R. Martin passed on a ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 cameo to write ‘The Winds of Winter’

George R.R. Martin is taking his responsibility to complete The Winds of Winter VERY seriously. The Song of Ice and Fire author told Entertainment Weekly that he turned down a Game of Thrones Season 8 cameo in order to focus on writing his long-awaited novel.  
“David and Dan invited me to a cameo in one of the final episodes, which I was tempted to do,” Martin told EW. “But I didn’t think just for the sake of a cameo I could take the time to return to Belfast.”
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George R.R. Martin passed on a ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 cameo to write ‘The Winds of Winter’

Epix is the latest TV holdout to launch a streaming video service

Epix has been one of the TV industry's more conservative outlets. Where HBO, Showtime and other premium services launched stand-alone streaming services a while ago, Epix has insisted that you subscribe to a TV package to sample its wares. Now, howev… …

AT&T’s WarnerMedia streaming service will include three plans

When AT&T's WarnerMedia-themed streaming service arrives in late 2019, you may have to think about how much you want — not just whether or not you want it in the first place. In a presentation discussing its 2019 strategy, the company noted tha… …

T-Mobile set-top box surfaces on FCC, ‘Un-carrier’ TV service can’t be far behind

Late last year, T-Mobile announced its intentions to “uncarrier” television service, with its purchase of Layer3, an online TV provider. The first fruits of that acquisition have just reared their head at the FCC in the form of a new T-Mobile-branded set-top box.

FCC filings don’t include a whole lot of information, but we do know based on the data provided that it features 2.4/5GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (BLE, based on the description included in one of the internal images). Read MoreT-Mobile set-top box surfaces on FCC, ‘Un-carrier’ TV service can’t be far behind was written by the awesome team at Android…

T-Mobile set-top box surfaces on FCC, ‘Un-carrier’ TV service can’t be far behind