WiC Weekly: April 12-18

Welcome to another edition of WiC Weekly, the weekly Game of thrones news-related roundup peppered throughout with entertainment news from Beyond the Wall. What were the hottest takes and most popular articles from the week? Let’s dig in and find out.

With millions still sheltered in place, people need entertainment. Dip your toes in these sci-fi/fantasy TV series with these excellent episodes.

Isolated in the mountains, A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin gives us some updates about The Winds of Winter and House of the Dragon.

Could Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming adaptation of Dune be the definitive big-screen version? Let’s look back at the last time the story was in theaters.

Also, an A.I. rewrites the ending of Game of Thrones. The new version involves Jon and Daenerys soaking Varys’ legs in water. Improvement?

Netflix has released a trailer for the fourth season of The Last Kingdom, which is coming just around the corner. Happy Easter, arselings!

Season 4 is almost here!

Netflix is taking The Last Kingdom to the next level in season 4. We break down the new trailer shot by shot and take a good long look.

Jason Momoa, Zendaya, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin and others step out as their characters in Dune, which is looking like an epic sci-fi event.

The fourth season of Netflix’s The Last Kingdom is almost here. Before it arrives, we rank every single episode of the first three seasons worst to best.

M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender is one of Netflix’s most-watched movies.

Filming on The Witcher is shut down on account of the coronavirus, but showrunner Lauren Hissrich still has things to show us.

That’s it for this week!

Next: Every single episode of The Last Kingdom, ranked worst to best

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