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There’s plenty of great TV available this fall, but if you only have time to watch one fantasy epic, which should it be: HBO’s prequel to Game of Thrones, or Amazon’s prequel to The Lord of The Rings?

We recommend you check out both, but there's a good chance you'll like one more than the other. And while some fans might hate the comparison, these are also the two biggest shows on TV right now — so just have fun with it!

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Most of us have at least one thing in common with Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney: we can't afford to take half a year off work.

The 24-year-old actress recently opened up about her finances in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, and the internet can't decide whether she's super out-of-touch or making a legit point about acting salaries in television.

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Euphoria is on its second season, and honestly, these episodes are intense, which can cause viewers to have a lot of opinions about the storyline.

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After a break over the holidays, HBO's The Last Of Us is back filming in Alberta. The latest town to be entirely transformed for filming is Okotoks in Southern Alberta.

Okotoks residents have shared plenty of photos from the site where HBO's production team had created a post-apocalyptic world. Photos and videos showed huge amounts of filming equipment and there was even a fake horse on hand.

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HBO Max's Return to Hogwarts brings back nearly everyone who made the first Harry Potter film special — except for the woman who imagined the whole thing into existence.

Author J.K. Rowling did not participate in the highly anticipated special, which reunites the cast and crew of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone on the 20th anniversary of its release. And while she's become a controversial figure for her transphobic comments in recent years, it was reportedly her choice not to come back.

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