‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7: “Long Walk” Promo

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‘American Gods’ Character Posters

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Shadow Moon, The Ex-Con (Ricky Whittle)

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Mr. Wednesday, The Con Man (Ian McShane)

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Czernobog, The God of Evil (Peter Stormare)

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Laura Moon, The Dead Wife (Emily Browning)

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Mr. Nancy, The Trickster God (Orlando Jones)

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Bilquis, The Goddess of Love (Yetide Badaki)

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Mad Sweeney, The Leprechaun (Pablo Schreiber)

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Technical Boy, The God of Technology (Bruce Langley)

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Easter, The Goddess of Spring (Kristin Chenoweth)

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Mr. World (Crispin Glover)

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‘Twin Peaks’ Entertainment Weekly Covers

Agent Cooper was the subject of the original show’s infamously disturbing and infuriating unresolved cliffhanger. After venturing into the otherworldly realm of The Black Lodge to rescue his girlfriend, the dogged detective was assaulted by a dark doppelganger, who then took his place in the real world, possessed with the spirit of a denim-clad succubus named BOB (the late Frank Silva). Maybe. It was confusing. But we think you can expect some clarification. “Twin Peaks is a cosmology,” says Showtime’s president and CEO David Nevins. “What I think is satisfying about the new version is that it’s a deeper exploration of that stuff. What is the Red Room? How does the Red Room work? Where is Agent Cooper? Can he make it back?”

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