Bake Off finalist Laura Adlington has revealed she received an unlikely message of support from Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke
Sophie Turner, who welcomed a baby daughter named Willa this summer, posted a series of intimate photos from her pregnancy on Instagram.
It will be the first child for both the 'Game of Thrones' star, 23, and 30-year-old Jonas Brothers singer.
The nature of how people consume television is changing across the world. There are more ways to watch, and more ways to read about the most popular shows more than ever.But despite the rise in streaming services, the soaps continue to reign supreme when it comes to what programmes UK viewers are searching for on Yahoo, with reality TV a consistent favourite.So, to see if your favourite came out top, take a look at the most searched for TV shows of 2019 based on millions of searches.
It was rich pickings when it came to television in 2019 as there was an abundance of superb quality programming available, particularly as streaming site rivalry grew even more tense over the past 12 months.But which TV shows really left their mark by making a splash on the small screen?Read more: The most notable celebrity deaths of 2019There were plenty of beginnings when it came to new shows like Netflix’s Russian Doll, but also many old favourites returning including the BBC’s Peaky Blinders back for its fifth series.However, it also saw some definite endings too, most notably in the conclusion of huge TV talking point Game of Thrones for better or for worse, depending on who you ask. It’s been a rollercoaster.
The 'Game of Thrones' star said it helped her gain perspective at the beginning of her career.
The 'Game of Thrones' star said that she and the hospital staff had an 'absolute giggle' in the ambulance.
Charles Dance - who played Tywin Lannister in 'Game of Thrones' - was rooting for Peter Dinklage's Tyrion Lannister to rule Westeros.
Master of horror takes to Facebook to explain why he's a fan of Game of Thrones season 8
In an interview with the Yahoo News show “Skullduggery,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tells Michael Isikoff and Daniel Klaidman who she hopes will ultimately sit on the iron throne in the hit HBO show "Game of Thrones."