In this episode:
- A new survey claims that Five Guys takes the title for best burger joint over two-time consecutive winner In-N-Out.
- Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin says there will be five Game of Thrones “spinoffs” on HBO.
- And FX thriller, Legion, leaves you asking questions and wanting more.
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Question of the week: What’s your favorite thriller show/movie of all time?
For all the rat lovers out there…
Have you ever been enjoying a coffee, tea, or nice breakfast pastry and thought to yourself: “A rat crawling on the table would make this a much better experience.” Well, you’re in luck, if you are in San Francisco, that is. — Buzzfeed
Five Guys snatches the throne from In-N-Out
All three of the top-contender burger joints from the recent 2017 Harris Poll EquiTrend study have some things in common: They all use relatively thin, seared patties, made of beef that’s ground fresh daily, as well as soft-style buns. — TODAY
What We’re Streaming
Created by: Noah Hawley
David Haller is a troubled young man diagnosed as schizophrenic, but after a strange encounter, he discovers special powers that will change his life forever.
Big Little Lies
Created by: David E. Kelley
The apparently perfect lives of three mothers of first graders unravel to the point of murder.
You Better Pay Me Boooiiii
The Writers Guild of America has outlined a tentative 3-year contract that will increase the rates for writers at Amazon, Netflix and elsewhere. The exact payouts vary depending on the size of the service and the length of the show, but the companies are looking at anywhere between $3,448 more per episode for the life of the contract (for a half-hour Hulu show) to $34,637 (for an hour-long Netflix production). — Engadget
No Playing Games With These Thrones
George R.R. Martin, whose novels inspired HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones,’ sets the record straight about HBO’s Five(!) potential Game of Thrones spin-offs. Even though Game of Thrones will conclude after its eighth season next year, HBO is currently developing a whole set of new shows set in Westeros. — Entertainment Weekly
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