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    golden globes justin timberlake jessica biel

    • Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel attended the 2018 Golden Globes Sunday night. 
    • The singer Tweeted a video of their drive to the award show. 
    • In the video, Timberlake caught Biel singing along to his new song "Filthy."
    • Biel, who is nominated for best performance by an actress in a limited series or motion picture made for television, can also be seen dancing to the song. 
    • Watch the video below. 

     

     

     

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    Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington close Game of Thrones Golden Globes 2018

    • "Game of Thrones" stars Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington rocked the Golden Globes.
    • Known for their roles as Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow, the pair presented an award together.
    • They also partied after the ceremony with fellow co-stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Gwendoline Christie.
    • "Game of Thrones" fans were geeking out over their every move. 
    • Keep reading for a look at the pictures and videos of this dynamic pair.
    • Warning: Spoilers ahead for "Game of Thrones" season seven.

     

    The 2018 Golden Globes were a night to remember for Hollywood, with important statements about the #TimesUp movement and an unprecedented showing of support for women. But for "Game of Thrones" fans, the awards had a special cherry on top — the red carpet appearance of Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke together. 

    This was the first time Clarke and Harington had made a major appearance together since the finale of "Game of Thrones" season seven. Daenerys Targaryen (Clarke) and Jon Snow (Harington) coupled up by the end of the seventh season in an instantly iconic "boat sex" scene. 

    Jon Snow Daenerys Tagaryen Game of Thrones finale boat

    For those who love the #Jonerys pairing, seeing Clarke and Harington together and looking like real-life royalty was a treat. (Even though Harington is already engaged to his other "Game of Thrones" co-star Rose Leslie.)

    Clarke and Harington presented the awards for best TV series musical or comedy, which went to "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," and best actor in a TV series musical or comedy, which went to Aziz Ansari for "Master of None."

    Emilia Clarke and Kit Harrington speak onstage during the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards 208 NBC

    After presenting, one fan noticed Harington waiting to offer Clarke his arm. Such a gentleman, that Jon Snow.

    After Ansari was presented with the award, the trio made their way backstage for more photo ops and interviews.

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    Emilia Clarke Kit Harington ble Game of Thrones Golden Globes 2018

    Aziz Ansari made his way between Clarke and Harington for a photo and said "My parents!" 

    Emilia Clarke Aziz Ansari Kit Harington Golden Globes 2018 AP

    Clarke and Harington posed together for an official Golden Globes portrait by Ramona Rosales.

    Presenters Emilia Clarke (@emilia_clarke) and Kit Harington. Photo by Ramona Rosales (@ramona_rosales). #GoldenGlobes

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    Their every move was live-tweeted by fans as they made their way from the ceremony to HBO's after party.

    Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke Game of Thrones Golden Globes 2018

    They met up with the rest of the "Game of Thrones" cast in attendance. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth), and Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) were also at the HBO after-party.

    Emilia Clarke Gwendoline Christie Game of Thrones Golden Globes 2018

    Emilia Clarke Nikolaj Coster Waldau Gwendoline Christie Game of Thrones Golden Globes 2018

    Gwendoline Christie, Nikolaj Coster Waldau and Emilia Clarke attend HBO's Official Golden Globe Awards After Party 2018 Getty

    Though "Game of Thrones" won't return until 2019, these photos should keep fans happy for at least a little while. For more looks behind-the-scenes, find all of INSIDER's Golden Globes coverage here

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    • Brad Pitt bid $120,000 at a charity auction for the chance to watch an episode of "Game of Thrones" with the show's star Emilia Clarke.
    • Pitt and Clarke were both attending Sean Penn's annual charity gala for Haiti.
    • Another attendee outbid Pitt, and ended the auction at $160,000.

     

    Winter is officially here for Brad Pitt.

    Pitt offered to pay $120,000 to watch an episode of "Game of Thrones" with Emilia Clarke — but he was outbid.

    Pitt bid six figures to watch a "Game of Thrones" episode with Clarke on Saturday night during a silent auction at Sean Penn’s annual gala for Haiti, held at Milk Studios in Los Angeles, California.

    During the charity gala, the auctioneer announced the opportunity to watch an episode with Clarke, who was in attendance at the A-list event, along with her "Game of Thrones" co-star Kit Harington, though the cast members were seated at separate tables.

    Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington Emilia Clarke attends the 7th Annual Sean Penn & Friends HAITI RISING Gala January 2018 Getty

    The auction to watch the episode with Clarke started at $20,000, but the race quickly escalated. At one point, the auctioneer yelled out "Is the King of the North here?!" But as it turned out, Harington had stepped out of the gala to go to the restroom.

    Meanwhile, Pitt bid $80,000 to watch an episode of "GOT" with Clarke. Then he outbid himself to $90,000. When Harington came back into the room, the actor offered to also sit in on the episode viewing. And that's when Pitt raised his own bid to $120,000.

    In the end, Pitt was outbid by a gala-goer who ended the auction at $160,000.

    Brad Pitt attends the UK Premiere of 'Allied' at Odeon Leicester Square on November 21, 2016 in London, England Getty Images

    The charity event to benefit the J/P HRO & Disaster Relief Organizations was hosted by Penn, CAA's Bryan Lourd and Sean and Alexandra Parker. Also in attendance were Lena Dunham, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Segel, Connie Britton, Patricia Arquette, Mark Burnett and Leonardo DiCaprio, who was honored for his work combating climate change.

    "The biggest challenge now is to make sure that everyone understands what's at stake," DiCaprio said of the dangers of climate change during his speech onstage at the gala.

    Referring to President Donald Trump, DiCaprio continued, "But how can we do this when we have a president who, just this week, proposed a massive increase in offshore drilling?"

    Emilia Clarke attends the 7th Annual Sean Penn & Friends HAITI RISING Gala January 2018 Getty

    Garnering laughter from the room, DiCaprio quipped, "Their denial of so much of the scientific proof and evidence belongs in 'the Earth is flat' chapter of human history."

    During his speech, DiCaprio applauded Penn for being a role model with his philanthropic work with Haiti. By the midway point of the gala, more than $3 million had been raised to support the efforts in Haiti, though the fundraising continued throughout the night toward what will amount to a larger number in the millions.

    "These are obviously incredibly turbulent and scary times," DiCaprio said during his speech. "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that has."

    Later during the auction, DiCaprio bid $80,000 on a painting by artist Josh Smith, but was outbid by Clarke herself for $90,000 — but, there was a second Smith painting available, so in the end, both DiCaprio and Clarke ended up walking away with artwork.

    SEE ALSO: All the winners at the 2018 Golden Globes

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    • Streaming services won the largest awards tally at the 2018 Golden Globes.
    • It's the first time streaming services have collectively beat out cable and traditional TV networks for the most wins.
    • Amazon and Hulu won two awards each, while Netflix won one.
    • HBO won the most of any individual network, with four awards.

     

    Streaming services collectively won the largest awards tally at the 2018 Golden Globes, beating out cable and broadcast TV networks for the first time in the award show's history. 

    While HBO took home four Golden Globes for one show, "Big Little Lies"— the most of any network and the only wins for premium cable — the three major streaming services together landed five out of the total 11 awards. 

    Amazon Studios won two awards for "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," including best comedy series and best actress in a comedy series for Rachel Brosnahan. Hulu also won two awards for "The Handmaid's Tale," including best drama series and best actress in a drama series for Elisabeth Moss. 

    Aziz Ansari's performance in "Master of None" won Netflix its only award of the night, for best actor in a comedy series. 

    Last year, basic cable reigned, as FX took home the most awards with four (two a piece for "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" and "Atlanta"), while AMC grabbed three wins for "The Night Manager."

    Here's how the Golden Globes broke down by network:

    STREAMING SERVICES: 5

    Amazon Studios:  2 ("The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel")

    Hulu: 2 ("The Handmaid's Tale")

    Netflix: 1 ("Master of None")

    PREMIUM CABLE: 4

    HBO: 4 ("Big Little Lies")

    BASIC CABLE: 1

    FX: 1 ("Fargo")

    BROADCAST NETWORKS: 1

    NBC: 1 ("This Is Us")

    SEE ALSO: All the winners at the 2018 Golden Globes

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    Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Shawn Levy and Noah Schnapp

    After the Golden Globes were presented Sunday night and all the winners had their awards, celebrities headed out for the annual after parties. 

    From Netflix to Hulu to HBO, there were numerous celebrations to attend. With so much star power together, photographers captured some great moments throughout the evening. Other celebrities shared some fun photos on their own social pages. 

    Here are some of the best photos from Sunday night's after parties. 

    SEE ALSO: Streaming services won the most Golden Globe awards for the first time — here's how it broke down by network

    "Game of Thrones" actors Gwendoline Christie, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Emilia Clarke sat at a table at HBO's after party.



    "Big Little Lies" co-stars Laura Dern and Reese Witherspoon hugged at the HBO after party.



    Director Ava DuVernay had a blast mingling at the InStyle after party.



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    bachelor chelsea

    • "The Bachelor" kicked off January 1 with 29 women vying for Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s heart.
    • We're only one week into the competition and Chelsea Roy is already a stand-out for the villain of the season.
    • The 29-year-old single mother from Maine started talking about other contestants behind their backs on premiere night.
    • She also ruffled the feathers of other women when she sought out the Bachelor's attention more than once.
    • INSIDER rounded up what you need to know about her as the season continues.

    The 22nd season of ABC's "The Bachelor" has only just begun, but one woman is already staking her claim as the potential villain for the rest of the season.

    Chelsea Roy, 29, ruffled feathers premiere night with the other women when she stole Bachelor Arie Luyendyk Jr. away not once, but twice in one night when others didn't even have a chance to speak with him.

    She then scrutinized and bad-mouthed several of the women in front of other contestants. Chelsea judged one of the younger women, Bekah, for showing up in a classic red Mustang and referred to Maquel, who showed up in a race car, as the "girl who makes all the noise" for interrupting her time with the Bachelor. That's not exactly a great way to show Luyendyk Jr. she can play well with others. 

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    Despite that, the Bachelor said Roy's bold tactics on premiere night led to her getting the First Impression rose.

    The promo for the rest of the "Bachelor" season teases Roy getting into even more drama with the women in the house. She's seen telling other contestants, "I'm not a b----," while defending her right to be on the show.

    INSIDER rounded up everything you need to know about the real estate executive assistant vying for Luyendyk's heart.

    1. Chelsea is a single mother.

    Chelsea has a three-year-old son named Sammy who she shares a lot of photos with on Instagram.

    A post shared by Chelsea Roy (@chelsea_roy_) on

    She told Glamour she shares custody of her son with with his father so she gets some downtime to herself.

    It's just this simple ❤️

    A post shared by Chelsea Roy (@chelsea_roy_) on Nov 24, 2017 at 10:33am PST on

    On the premiere episode, Chelsea was elated to learn Arie was the Bachelor because he was competing for the heart of a single mother when he was on "The Bachelorette."

    2. She went to community college and is from South Portland, Maine.

    What's that I see? ☀️😁 Happy Friday!

    A post shared by Chelsea Roy (@chelsea_roy_) on Apr 7, 2017 at 8:35am PDT on

    Roy studied at South Maine Community College and works as an administrative assistant for Keller Williams in Portland, Maine. 

    3. Her friends submitted her for "The Bachelor."

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    "After the separation from Sammy’s dad, my girlfriends kept harassing me that I need to go on 'The Bachelor,'" Roy told Glamour. "I never listened to them, and I’ve never really watched the show before, except with girlfriends having a glass of wine at their house.'"

    The 29-year-old said her friends gave her one piece of advice.

    "They said, 'Chelsea, just be yourself. You are going to win him over.' That felt good to hear because where I am now, today, is probably the most happy I’ve ever been and the most confident I’ve ever been," she added.

    4. She's into tattoos.

    Chelsea has two simple "wave lines" on the side of the palms of both hands. 

    5. She loves shoes.

    Chelsea told Glamour she brought an entire duffle bag full of 20 pairs of boots, sneakers, and dress shoes on "The Bachelor."

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    6. She can longboard.

    My ride or die 😎 #hotwheels

    A post shared by Chelsea Roy (@chelsea_roy_) on May 10, 2017 at 6:29am PDT on

    Roy has several images of herself on a longboard alongside her son ready to take off. Maybe this is a skill Chelsea will show off to Arie on a future date.

    7. She's not letting the other girls get in her way.

    chelsea roy bachelor

    Chelsea let the other contestants know she meant business by being the first woman to grab Arie for a conversation premiere night. A second conversation and kiss helped land her the First Impression rose of the evening.

    In a preview for the rest of the season, Roy made it clear she's there to win and she doesn't care about what the other girls think.

    "I’m making bold moves because, being a single mother, I deserve more time than others," said Roy to several of the women. 

    Unsurprisingly, her case fell upon deaf ears. One of the other contestants, Bibiana, was shown storming off saying, "If I’m trying to talk to my man, you better back the f--- up." While the clip makes it appear she's saying that to Chelsea, it could very well be some clever editing.

    Regardless, it sounds like there's going to be a lot of the usual drama this season between the women.

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    It's always nice to make a first impression when meeting your potential spouse, but some meetings are more memorable than others.

    "The Bachelor" franchise is known for having some bizarre first meetings when contestants step out of the limo. Some skip out on the limo and bring their own choice of vehicle and others come bearing unique items. Some wear costumes and others have weird one-liners. While some of these fun ideas leave a good impression, some lead to quick good-byes on the ABC reality franchise.

    Here are 17 of the weirdest first introductions on "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette." 

    Chantal O'Brien left her mark on season 11 of "The Bachelor" when she slapped the leading man.

    Brad Womack was looking for love for a second time, but was caught off-guard when O'Brien gave him a slap in the face. 

    "It's not from me; it's from every woman in America," she said before hitting him. 

    The slap apparently didn't deter Womack from getting to know her. O'Brien ended up as his runner-up. 



    Season 16 of "The Bachelor" featured a 72-year-old retiree, but she was just there to introduce her granddaughter, Brittney Schreiner.

    Bachelor Ben Flajnik was shocked to see a 72-year-old woman emerge from the limo with crutches. He was relieved to know that Sheryl was only a grandmother there to introduce her granddaughter. 

    Schreiner ended up quitting the competition during week three.  



    Luxury brand consultant Kalon McMahon showed off his wealth on "The Bachelorette" season eight by arriving in his own private helicopter.

    McMahon's arrogance later caught up with him when he was kicked out of the house for calling bachelorette Emily Maynard's daughter "baggage." 



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    Samsung

    It's official: Your TV isn't as big as Samsung's "The Wall" television.

    Unless you own a movie theater, perhaps? But you probably don't. 

    This hulking, 146-inch TV isn't just huge — it's also sporting a fancy display technology known as "micro LED," which Samsung says is at the heart of "the screen of the future."

    So, what's the big deal? Here's what we know.

    SEE ALSO: Samsung patented a phone that can read the palm of your hand

    At 146-inches, it's absolutely, ridiculously, huge.

    Samsung isn't calling this thing "The Wall" for nothing. At 146-inches, it's more than double the size of most home sets. As someone who recently purchased a 55-inch television, I have a hard time fathoming how much larger a 146-inch TV is. 

    The image above, released by Samsung, doesn't really do justice to the size of this screen. It's literally a whole wall.



    More than just super big, Samsung's "The Wall" TV is a showcase for a new type of display tech from the South Korean company, which it calls "modular, MicroLED" technology.

    "Modular, MicroLED" sounds like a bunch of nonsense jargon, right? It's pretty much exactly that. Here's a simple breakdown of these new buzzwords:

    MicroLED, in the case of this TV, means, according to Samsung: "It is a self-emitting TV with micrometer-scale LEDs — which are much smaller than current LEDs, and serve as their own source of light."

    What that means for the average human being is that the TV doesn't need a backlight.

    In terms of the TV being "modular," that means anyone buying "The Wall" can customize it.

    "The screen can adapt to serve different purposes," says Samsung, "such as creating a wall-size display for multiple spaces."

    Put more simply, "modular" means that you could customize this set to be even larger (or smaller) than 146 inches. For Samsung's purposes though, the version being released this year is the 146-inch variety.



    "The Wall" has no price just yet, or a release date. But let's not kid ourselves: This thing is going to cost a ton of cash.

    Between the size, the pedigree of the company behind it, and the new technology it's using, "The Wall" is going to cost a lot of money. Like, a lot of money. Think: Tens of thousands of dollars.

    But that's just our best guess: Samsung hasn't given out an official price for "The Wall," and there's no launch date/window either. A press event scheduled for March is said to offer more details on the massive TV, so stay tuned!



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    Winona Ryder Stranger Things 2 premiere

    • A new L'Oréal shampoo commercial aired during the 2018 Golden Globes.
    • The ad told the story of a mysterious actress getting ready for an awards show.
    • Then the camera revealed the actress was Winona Ryder.
    • "Everyone loves a comeback,” the screen read, "damaged hair deserves one too."
    • Fans were surprised, emotional, and overall full of feelings.
    • People want the ad nominated for best picture at the Oscars.

     

    If you watched the Golden Globes last night, you know there were a plethora of impressive TV dramas and heart-wrenching films that honestly all deserved to take home an award. In keeping with the theme of well-executed filming, L'Oréal aired a cinematic commercial featuring Winona Ryder, and the 60-second flick sent Twitter into a tizzy.

    The clip shows an initially unidentifiable actress shot from behind. She is in a dressing room and all we can see of her is her stunning black gown and luscious hair, which is styled in tumbling curls. The actress caresses her curls and proceeds to sit in front of her dresser, where we're shown a vase of roses with the words "Break a leg! Love, M" scribbled on a card.

    More hair-touching shots, and then — at the 40-second mark — the actress is finally revealed as Winona Ryder.

    "Everyone loves a comeback," the screen reads. "Damaged hair deserves one too." The commercial ends with an image of the New L'Oréal Elvive collection and finally "because you're worth it" across the screen.

    Some viewers applauded the commercial, likening it to a “frontrunner for Best Picture at the Oscars,” and praising it for putting the 46-year-old in the spotlight.

    On the flip side, others thought the damaged hair theme trivialized Ryder's career, while some denounced the clip's dramatic flare as tone deaf given all of the *actual* seriousness going on in Hollywood as of late.

    Whether or not you agree with the messaging, it’s fair to say Winona looked stunning — which is only the cherry on top of her successful career.

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    • Toyota unveiled its self-driving e-Palette concept vehicle at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on Monday.
    • "Black Mirror" fans thought the vehicle resembled a self-driving pizza delivery vehicle that hits a pedestrian on an episode of the show.
    • Toyota and Pizza Hut announced a partnership before the e-Palette reveal and suggested that the vehicle could be used to deliver pizza.

     

    When Toyota unveiled its self-driving e-Palette concept vehicle at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on Monday, the company touted the vehicle's potential to serve as a multi-purpose delivery vehicle, mobile office, or storefront. Before the reveal, Toyota announced a partnership with Pizza Hut and suggested that the vehicle could be used to deliver pizza.

    toyota e-palette

    But fans of the show "Black Mirror"— whose episodes imagine dystopian futures based on modern trends and technology —  were reminded of a similar-looking pizza delivery vehicle that hits a character in the episode "Crocodile."

    "We know how this goes," the show's Twitter account said in response to the e-Palette reveal.

    "Nah, we aren't Fence's. 👀" Pizza Hut's account replied, referring to the fictional pizza company whose autonomous vehicle strikes a pedestrian.

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    "Black Mirror" fans expressed their concern on Twitter.

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    • Critics and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings are raving about "The End of the F***ing World," a new Netflix original TV series. 
    • The absurdist black-comedy currently stands at a 100% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
    • Hastings called the show Netflix's "most engaging addictive original wild show in a long time" in a recent Facebook post. 

     

    Since its release on Friday, Netflix's original TV series "The End of the F***ing World," has gained widespread acclaim from critics, along with an enthusiastic seal of approval from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.

    An absurdist black-comedy based on a comic series of the same name, the British show first premiered on the UK's Channel 4 in October. It currently stands at a 100% "Fresh" rating on the reviews aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. 

    "The End of the F***ing World" follows the exploits of James, a 17 year old who believes he's a psychopath, and his classmate, Alyssa, who runs away from her rough home life in the company of James. 

    end of the f ing worldIn a review for The Atlantic, Sophie Gilbert called the show a "surprising tour-de-force" that feels "a bit like a Wes Anderson screenplay that's been rejected for being too dark." 

    Variety's Sonia Saraiya similarly praised the series for how it "gets under the viewer's skin with sharp, bloody intensity."

    In a Facebook post on Sunday, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings linked to The Atlantic's review of the show while offering the following recommendation for the series: 

    "Wow new show. Most engaging addictive original wild show in a long time. Crazy good. Two teens searching. Watch!"

    It seems Hastings has a predilection for dark comedies. In 2015, the Netflix CEO said his favorite Netflix original series was "BoJack Horseman," a darkly comedic animated show that satirizes Hollywood. 

    SEE ALSO: Here are all the confirmed original shows coming to Netflix in 2018

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    Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington close Game of Thrones Golden Globes 2018

    • "Game of Thrones" stars Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington rocked the Golden Globes.
    • Known for their roles as Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow, the pair presented an award together.
    • They also partied after the ceremony with fellow co-stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Gwendoline Christie.
    • "Game of Thrones" fans were geeking out over their every move. 
    • Keep reading for a look at the pictures and videos of this dynamic pair.
    • Warning: Spoilers ahead for "Game of Thrones" season seven.

     

    The 2018 Golden Globes were a night to remember for Hollywood, with important statements about the #TimesUp movement and an unprecedented showing of support for women. But for "Game of Thrones" fans, the awards had a special cherry on top — the red carpet appearance of Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke together. 

    This was the first time Clarke and Harington had made a major appearance together since the finale of "Game of Thrones" season seven. Daenerys Targaryen (Clarke) and Jon Snow (Harington) coupled up by the end of the seventh season in an instantly iconic "boat sex" scene. 

    Jon Snow Daenerys Tagaryen Game of Thrones finale boat

    For those who love the #Jonerys pairing, seeing Clarke and Harington together and looking like real-life royalty was a treat. (Even though Harington is already engaged to his other "Game of Thrones" co-star Rose Leslie.)

    Clarke and Harington presented the awards for best TV series musical or comedy, which went to "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," and best actor in a TV series musical or comedy, which went to Aziz Ansari for "Master of None."

    Emilia Clarke and Kit Harrington speak onstage during the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards 208 NBC

    After presenting, one fan noticed Harington waiting to offer Clarke his arm. Such a gentleman, that Jon Snow.

    After Ansari was presented with the award, the trio made their way backstage for more photo ops and interviews.

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    Emilia Clarke Kit Harington ble Game of Thrones Golden Globes 2018

    Aziz Ansari made his way between Clarke and Harington for a photo and said "My parents!" 

    Emilia Clarke Aziz Ansari Kit Harington Golden Globes 2018 AP

    Clarke and Harington posed together for an official Golden Globes portrait by Ramona Rosales.

    Presenters Emilia Clarke (@emilia_clarke) and Kit Harington. Photo by Ramona Rosales (@ramona_rosales). #GoldenGlobes

    A post shared by Golden Globes (@goldenglobes) on Jan 7, 2018 at 7:57pm PST on

    Their every move was live-tweeted by fans as they made their way from the ceremony to HBO's after party.

    Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke Game of Thrones Golden Globes 2018

    They met up with the rest of the "Game of Thrones" cast in attendance. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth), and Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) were also at the HBO after-party.

    Emilia Clarke Gwendoline Christie Game of Thrones Golden Globes 2018

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    Gwendoline Christie, Nikolaj Coster Waldau and Emilia Clarke attend HBO's Official Golden Globe Awards After Party 2018 Getty

    Though "Game of Thrones" won't return until 2019, these photos should keep fans happy for at least a little while. For more looks behind-the-scenes, find all of INSIDER's Golden Globes coverage here

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    samsung the wall tv CES 2018

    • Samsung unveiled a new TV at CES 2018 it simply calls "The Wall."
    • Samsung calls The Wall the world's first "modular" TV, which lets you adjust its size to best fit your environment.
    • The Wall's "micro LED" display has many of the same benefits as next-generation OLED displays, but without any of the drawbacks like "burn-in."

     

    LAS VEGAS - Samsung introduced a new 4K HDR TV the company simply calls "The Wall" at CES 2018.

    Samsung touts The Wall as the world's first "modular" TV that lets you adjust its size that will best fit your living room's wall, or wherever else you'd put a giant TV screen.

    The particular model Samsung displayed at CES measures in at 146 diagonal inches. At that size, a TV is indeed better off mounted on a wall, or even sunken into a wall in your home. Even at its enormous size, 4K resolution is razor sharp. 

    The Wall is also a "micro LED" display, which carries many of the benefits of OLED displays, including the perfect reproduction of the color black, infinity contrast ratio, and gorgeous colors. According to Samsung, micro LED displays don't suffer from "burn-in"– when artifacts can become stuck and visible even after a scene changes – which can happen on OLED display.  

    The mix of 4K, HDR, the micro LED display, and its giant 146-inch size is a sight to behold.  

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    From my experience at CES, Samsung's micro-LED displays certainly equal OLED display in picture quality, and it could feasibly be used for smaller TV sets that don't necessarily take up an entire wall. But whether or not micro LED TVs could contend for a spot in your living room over OLED TVs remain to be seen. 

    Few details exist about The Wall, including its price, the price of modules, or availability, but Samsung says it'll release more details in March. It's likely to be a concept or ultra-luxury product with a price tag as large as the screen at first, but there's always the possibility that the technology will develop to the point of commercial viability. 

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    We're not done seeing reboots of classic '90s television just yet. A nine-episode "Roseanne" revival is coming to ABC March 27 along with most of the original cast.

    The comedy made its mark on TV history for highlighting blue-collar working families realistically through the Conner family's struggles with poverty, obesity, and employment. During the '90s, "Roseanne" was progressive for its brash and bold way of tackling current topics and sexuality.

    When the show returns this spring, don't expect it to shy away from Trump, politics, and healthcare. 

    Before the Conners return to our living rooms, take a look back at how the actors have changed since the show debuted in October 1988.

    THEN: Roseanne Barr played the outspoken matriarch of the Conner family, also named Roseanne.

    Roseanne has always been loud, proud, and not afraid to tell it how it is. During the original nine-season run, the show revolved around her relationship with her sister Jackie, the ups and downs of her marriage, and the couple's children.

    Throughout the series, she struggled with obesity, poverty, and holding several different jobs as a waitress and fast-food employee before eventually co-owning a restaurant with her sister. 



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    Don't plan to see Roseanne with brown locks. New photos released for the nine-episode revival show her donning grey hair.

    Barr is among the writers on the revival along with Whitney Cummings, Wanda Sykes, and Norm McDonald.



    THEN: John Goodman was Roseanne's laid-back contractor husband, Dan Conner.

    Dan eventually opened a motorcycle shop later on the show.

    It will be interesting to see how Dan is re-written into the show. His character was killed off the series at the show's end after it was revealed he suffered a heart attack at Darlene and David's wedding.



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    • Barack Obama jokes about an experience of dancing with Prince in a new clip from the first episode of David Letterman's upcoming Netflix talk show.
    • "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman" premieres Friday with Obama as its first guest. 
    • Subsequent guests on the monthly series include Jay-Z, Tina Fey, and George Clooney.

     

    Netflix has released a short clip previewing Barack Obama's appearance on the first episode of David Letterman's new Netflix talk show, "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction." 

    In the 52-second video, Obama recounts a self-deprecating experience of dancing with Prince, months before the singer died in 2016. The former president jokes that he has "dad moves" and practices "staying in the pocket" to avoid embarrassment while dancing.

    Letterman's new, hour-long series is set to air monthly after the Obama episode debuts on January 12. Subsequent episodes feature an influential list of guests, including Jay-Z, Tina Fey, and George Clooney. 

    Netflix described the series by saying that its "interviews will take place both inside and outside a studio setting. The conversations are intimate, in-depth and far-reaching, with the levity and humor Dave’s fans know and love. Field segments will bring Dave to locations far and wide, expressing his curiosity and desire to dig deeper on a specific topic related to the iconic guest featured in the episode."

    Watch the clip below:

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    • Chris Hemsworth and Margot Robbie appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and participated in a trivia game.
    • The two actors dressed up in kangaroo onesies and faced off to correctly answer Australia-themed questions.
    • One of the questions referred to the popular Australian soap opera "Neighbours," which Hemsworth and Robbie both appeared on.
    • The winner was crowned the best Australian and received a jar of Vegemite, a favorite food spread in that country.
    • Watch the video below. 

     

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    The television graveyard is full of shows that were buried in their prime. And for fans, no matter how few, it's always devastating to lose a great show before its time.

    In most cases, cancellations come down to low ratings. And while many networks would kill for the numbers shows generated while they were airing in the pre-streaming, pre-DVR world, we can't turn back time (although networks are definitely trying with a host of reboots and remakes over the past several years). 

    Regardless, there are so many good shows that were ripped from existence way too abruptly for their fans.

    Here are 13 great shows that were canceled too soon.

    "Caprica" ended in 2010 after one season.

    For those of us who absolutely devoured every episode of "Battlestar Galactica," this prequel spin-off explaining just how robots came to rule was everything. With a mix of dueling family drama, teen angst, and gamer nerdiness, "Caprica" fit the bill for many of us.

    But for Syfy, the bill was too expensive. The ambitious drama was too expensive to justify continuing with the show with its low ratings (arguably a problem Syfy brought upon itself). 

    "Caprica" was pulled from the schedule with five unaired episodes left in its first season in 2010.



    "Kyle XY" ended in 2009 after three seasons.

    ABC Family's sci-fi drama centered on Kyle, a teen boy who wakes up in the forest with no memory of his life and no belly button. It's clear he didn't come into this world like other humans. The answer to his existence, which included clones, began to unravel but the show was canceled after its third season without wrapping up so much of the story of Kyle's origins and with many of the relationship questions unresolved. 



    "My So-Called Life" ended in 1995 after one season.

    Many of us still fondly remember the angst-ridden travails of Claire Danes as Angela Chase, the allure of Jared Leto’s bad boy Jordan Catalano, the crazy of A.J. Langer’s Rayanne Graff, and the pity induced by Devon Gummersal’s Brian Krakow from the short-lived and now much-beloved coming of age series, "My So-Called Life."

    It only lasted one season on ABC, then it enjoyed a revival in reruns on MTV in 1995. But that will still never make up for the fact that we'll never know if Angela chose Jordan or the consummate friend Brian.



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    • "Altered Carbon" is a new Netflix show arriving on the streaming site February 2.
    • The series is based on a book that was set 300 years in the future.
    • Technology allows your consciousness to be downloaded and implanted in a new body — effectively making people "immortal."
    • One man has been brought back to life after 250 years by a wealthy man named Bancroft.
    • The ex-soldier, Takeshi Kovacs, has to solve Bancroft's attempted murder.
    • In a new trailer, the show looks like a smorgasbord of dystopian sci-fi themes.
    • Netflix is billing the series as an "intriguing story of murder, love, sex, and betrayal."
    • Watch the full trailer below.

     

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    • Chris Hemsworth appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Wednesday night to briefly talk about wrapping up the next two "Avengers" movies, his daredevil son, and his new movie, "12 Strong."
    • Jimmy Kimmel asked the Australian actor if he stole one of his character's mighty hammers from the set of "Avengers: Infinity War."
    • Hemsworth surprised the late-night host by saying he has "about five" of Thor's hammers in his own home. It was the location of one in particular that really caught Kimmel off guard though.
    • "It's next to the toilet, if you need some assistance," said Hemsworth. Kimmel joked that it's essentially an expensive toilet paper holder. 
    • Kimmel said if he saw the hammer in Hemsworth's bathroom he doesn’t think he would want to come out. "Often people stay in there a little longer, and I think it’s because of the hammer," said Hemsworth.
    • You can watch most of his interview with Kimmel below. Hemsworth discusses his personal hammer collection around the 1:10 mark.

     

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    TV viewers and TV critics aren't often on the same page. But where the interests of the two overlap, you're sure to find some quality shows.

    Netflix's latest original series, "The End of the F***ing World," is one such program.

    Acclaimed by both critics and fans, the British dark comedy recently won an enthusiastic endorsement from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, who called it the "most engaging addictive original" in a long time. 

    To figure out which other Netflix original series were beloved by both groups, we turned to the reviews aggregator Rotten Tomatoes to see which Netflix original shows scored at least an 85% "Fresh" rating with critics and audiences. 

    Excluding docu-series, talk shows, and kids shows, we ranked these series by averaging their critic and audience scores on the site, and we used critic scores to break any ties.

    Here are 19 Netflix original shows that both critics and audiences love:

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    19. "Castlevania"— 87%

    Critic score: 85%

    Audience score: 89%

    Average score: 87%

    Netflix description: "A vampire hunter fights to save a besieged city from an army of otherworldly beasts controlled by Dracula himself. Inspired by the classic video games."



    18. "W/ Bob and David"— 87%

    Critic score: 88%

    Audience score: 86%

    Average score: 87%

    Netflix description: "After being dishonorably discharged from the Navy Seals, 'Bob and David' are back serving our country the way they do best -- making sketch comedy."



    17. "Anne with an E"— 88%

    Critic score: 87%

    Audience score: 89%

    Average score: 88%

    Netflix description: "A plucky orphan whose passions run deep finds an unlikely home with a spinster and her soft-spoken bachelor brother. Based on 'Anne of Green Gables.'"



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