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WiCNet Awards: And the winner of Best Actor in Season 4 is…

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…Aidan Gillen as Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish! This is Gillen’s second WiCNet Award for this season, as he previously won for Best Performance as a Politician. Gillen joins Alfie Allen and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in winning the award. Congrats Aidan! I wrote … Continue reading

The Small Council: Who’s your pick for Best Actor in Season 4?

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It’s the penultimate category of the 2014 WiCnet Awards! This week, we’re making our picks for Best Actor. Ani Bundel: The caliber of its cast is one of Game of Thrones’ greatest strengths. There’s been more than one casting choice where I … Continue reading

WiCnet Awards: Who was the Best Actor in Season 4?

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Just two polls remain in the 2014 installment of the WiCnet Awards. Maisie Williams took Best Actress last week, and we’ll be starting the Best Episode festivities next week. We’ve got a star-studded group of ten men, including last year’s … Continue reading

WiCnet Awards: And the winner of Best Actress in Season 4 is…

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…Maisie Williams, as Arya Stark! This is Maisie’s second Best Actress WiCnet award, after she won in Season 2, and her second this year after winning Best Performance as a Youth. Michelle Fairley won in Season 3, although Williams finished … Continue reading

The Small Council: Who’s your pick for Best Actress in Season 4?

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We’ve hit the big categories in this year’s WiCnet Awards. This week, our Small Council discusses Best Actress in Season 4. Rowan Kaiser: Season 4 was a difficult year for Daenerys Targaryen, which meant a much higher degree of difficulty … Continue reading

The WiCNet Awards: Season 4’s Best Actress

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We’re entering the final stretch of the WiCNet Awards! Last week, Aidan Gillen schemed his way to the top for Season 4’s Best Performance as a Politician. This week is the beginning of the end as we get to Season 4’s … Continue reading

And the WiCnet Award for Best Performance as a Politician in Season 4 goes to…

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…Aidan Gillen, for his turn as Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish! Gillen’s victory has him join Maisie Williams, Iwan Rheon, Pedro Pascal, and Liam Cunningham as the winners in our acting sub-categories–look for the major acting categories to be voted on next … Continue reading

The Small Council: Who’s your pick for Best Politician in Season 4?

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In this week’s Small Council, we discuss the most recent WiCnet Award vote: Best Performance as a Politician in Season 4. Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, voting has been extended to Monday night. Check out our picks, and vote below! … Continue reading

The WiCnet Awards: Season 4’s Best Performance as a Politician

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The WiCnet Awards continue! Last week’s Best Special Effect went to an absolutely jaw-dropping over-the-Wall shot from the epic penultimate episode. This week, we’re looking at the season’s Best Performance as a Politician. Find your inner Machiavelli when you vote … Continue reading

And the WiCnet Award for Best Special Effect in Season 4 goes to…

By Rowan Kaiser on

…the over-The-Wall shot from “The Watchers on the Wall”! It joins the wildfire explosion from “Blackwater” and the dragon attack from “And Now His Watch Is Ended” as winners in this category, and fits marvelously alongside those. There are two … Continue reading

The Small Council: What’s your pick for Best Special Effect in Season 4?

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In this week’s Small Council, we discuss our picks for Best Special Effect in Season 4! Cameron White: I’ve had people tell me that the scene where Dany chains up her dragons is one that made them tear up, and … Continue reading

And the WiCnet Award for Best Dramatic Moment in Season 4 goes to…

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…Tyrion Lannister’s confession at his trial in “The Laws of Gods and Men”! This one was never much in doubt, as it received almost 40% of the vote. Tyrion’s confession joins Theon’s Winterfell takeover and The Red Wedding as a WiCcie … Continue reading



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