Happy Monday and are welcome to another installation of The Monitor, WIRED's summary of the latest cultural world. In today's news, HBO has finally picked a release date for the final season of Game of Thrones Netflix is facing a lawsuit, and it looks like the Super Bowl is not without a half-time show act
Finally, a date to see the Thrones
. Always waiting for the fans to wait, HBO waited until three months before announcing the launch date for Season 8 of Game of Thrones . Sunday night, just before the season premiere of True Detective the network broadcasted a teaser revealing that the final epic fantasy run will begin on April 1
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In "Huh, did not I see that coming!" News – of which there are plenty these days – Chooseco, the publisher behind the books Choose Your Own sued Netflix for its interactive Black Mirror series, Bandersnatch . In the interactive episode, a young video game programmer designs a game based on a book called "Choose your own adventure," and the episode itself allows the viewer to make decisions about what the characters in the story will do. Chooseko's lawsuit claims that he has the trademark for the term "choose your own adventure" and that Netflix does not have a license to use it. The company claims damages of at least $ 25 million, although it is also possible that the judge will dislike the judge if he does not like the arguments and he starts the process over again.
Hold Up, Is that Adam Levine ?!
After Rihanna, Adele, Jay-Z and others reportedly passed the gig, the NFL announced on Sunday that Maroon 5 will play the half-time show at this year's Super Bowl. The band, along with Big Boi and Travis Scott, who are hoping for a mass exodus from the Puppy Bowl, will introduce their Jagger-like trains to Atlanta's Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 3 Procedures we can only hope that A $ AP Ferg is nearby, his long search is over.
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