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Fantasy shows vie to be the next Game of Thrones

Carnival Row casts Bloom and Delevingne in a dark fairy tale

AFTER SUCH A DISAPPOINTING CONCLUSION, IT’S EASY TO forget how good Game of Thrones once was. In the first episode, we were introduced to the stoic but just and loving Stark clan. By the end, we’d met the swaggering Lannisters, the anxious king, the exiled Targaryens plotting revolution. We’d witnessed Daenerys’ orgiastic wedding and watched the incestuous twins Cersei and Jaime throw Bran

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