A ‘Game of Thrones’ Sequel About Jon Snow is Reportedly in Development

This would be one of eight series that HBO is producing in the "Game of Thrones" universe and the only known sequel to the smash hit.

George Sear’s ‘Love, Victor’ Alcoholism Storyline Hits Close To Home

“Unfortunately, my uncle is no longer here anymore,” actor tells LAMag

Why Karamo Brown Wants To Do ‘Real World’ Reunion: Racism and Homophobia

“Let’s just go back and show the world you can grow and if not, I’m at a capacity now to help them grow. Back then, I was not," TV personality tells LAMag

‘Ginny and Georgia’ Star Brianne Howey Teases Season 2 of Netflix Series

"I’ve gotten to see some stuff and it's so exciting. They have completely topped season one in my opinion,” actress tells LAMag

Three Angeleno Chefs Are ‘Back to Win’ MasterChef’s Competition (Exclusive Video)

The final 20 contestants of MasterChef ‘Back To Win’ is Angeleno-heavy, with three contestants from the city remaining

Joel McHale Says ‘Comedy Has Never Been Bigger’ Despite Recent Attacks

“I don't know why people try to put labels on what's happened to comedy," comedian tells LAMag

Tig Notaro Shares Her Take On Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle Attacks

“I think it’s very indicative of what’s going on in the world right now," comedian tells LAMag

‘Queer As Folk’ Star Jesse James Keitel on Playing Trans Role That’s Not Villainized

“One thing I'm really proud of is how we highlight storytelling around our bodies that doesn't make us the villain," actress tells LAMag

How ‘Queer As Folk’ Star Johnny Sibilly First Reacted to Show’s Mass Shooting Storyline

“I always forget that your body doesn't know that you're acting," actor tells LAMag

How ‘Love Victor’ Star Michael Cimino Learned to Ignore Homophobic Threats Over His Role

"I don't really need to care about what everyone thinks about me 24/7," actor tells LAMag