The game - which involved actors saying three statements; two of which are true and one which isn't - was played with Maisie Williams (Arya), Sophie Turner (Sansa), Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran), Dean-Charles Chapman (Tommen) and Liam Cunningham (Ser Davos).
That basically means CBS is looking for a new home for the series and will not confirm it's canceled - yet. Even talking to reporters Wednesday, CBS Entertainment president Glenn Geller wouldn't comment directly on the show's future. It's a win-win situation for us. It's a win-win for us. "We co-own the CW and we made a great deal with Warner Bros". However, while there may not be any real news about the series, this is actually a good thing because it means that there is still hope ...
The source's comments echo sentiments Jenner shared in her Vanity Fair interview a year ago when she revealed that she suffered a brief panic attack after she saw the results of her facial feminization surgery. Last month, Halperin claimed Caitlyn's ex-wife Kris Jenner had asked the Olympian to pray away her gender identity . Jenner's reps told Gossip Cop that Halperin's assertion is the "dumbest statement of the day".
This season, eight ABC dramas - " Castle ", "Agents of SHIELD", "Nashville", "Grey's Anatomy", "Scandal", "How to Get Away with Murder", "Once Upon a Time" and "Quantico" - took breaks ranging from 10 to 13 weeks long in the middle of the season.
Have a look for yourself. The new photo is perplexing people online - because no-one can see what's hiding in the picture. You may think the optical illusion is the small stone in the centre of the picture, right? Except that's not a stone.
It was announced last month that Strahan would depart "Live with Kelly and Michael" to join ABC's " Good Morning America " full-time in September. That's what we gathered from Ripa's People magazine cover story this week, in which she reiterated that this is all about respect in the workplace, something she highlighted during her return on "Live!".