We find ourselves in a "watershed moment in cultural history" says writer and comedian Ben Elton — and some past glories will never be recreated.
It's the beginning of the end of eight years of gripping TV. There weren't any elephants but there was plenty of foreshadowing to pick apart. Join your Westerosi correspondents Pete Marsh and Dan Miller.
Who is the worst war criminal in Westeros? Does wildfire inflict superfluous injuries? And does the use of dragons in battle breach international humanitarian law? The Australian Red Cross has crunched the numbers.
The criminal case against actor Craig McLachlan will be determined by a Melbourne magistrate and not a jury as he fights assault and sex offence charges.
You know the story: the bumbling fool dad gets up to hijinks while the nagging mum shouts for order. Could a cartoon dog really be a sign that things are changing?
Irish actor Aidan Gillen says he played more vulnerable characters early in his career, but admits that after playing a succession of "colder and evil" ones, he started to enjoy it.
It's been almost two years since the end of Game of Thrones season seven. The ABC's Westerosi correspondents Pete and Dan have rewatched it so you don't have to.
Channel 9's new drama Bad Mothers is billed as an ironic critique of our ideas about motherhood. Only, it isn't, writes Camilla Nelson.
A Simpsons producer says the decision to no longer air a 1991 episode featuring Jackson, who voiced a psychiatric patient who believed he was the pop star, was "clearly the only choice to make".