Serial Bites: GAME OF THRONES Captures Its Red Viper For Season 4, LOST Alum Enters WAREHOUSE 13 (More)

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Game Of Thrones

Pedro-PascalChilean actor Pedro Pascal has landed the anticipated role of Prince Oberyn Martell (aka “The Red Viper”) on the fourth season of HBO’s Game Of Thrones, EW reports.

The character is described as the brash, charming, cunning prince of Dorne (part of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros). Oberyn’s sister Elia was brutally murdered by the Lannister knight Gregor “The Mountain” Clegane when Mad King Aerys was overthrown by Robert Baratheon and the Lannisters. In season four, Oberyn comes to King’s Landing with revenge on his mind.

Said showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss about the casting:

“This was a tough one. The Red Viper is sexy and charming, yet believably dangerous; intensely likable, yet driven by hate. The boys love him, the girls love him, and he loves them all back. Unless your last name is Lannister. We found a fellow who can handle the job description and make it seem effortless. He wasn’t easy to find and he won’t be easy to stop.”

Dexter

*Note: Major Dexter spoiler if you’ve yet to watch Season 7*

Chatting to Zap2It, Aimee Garcia says the final season of Dexter will explore Jamie’s relationship with her brother, Batista, who will be reeling from the death of LaGuerta:

“He’s really heavy of heart, LaGuerta was a dear friend to him – his ex-wife, his partner. It definitely affects Angel and you’re going to see him making some big decisions because of LaGuerta’s death. … Jamie is a really good sister to him and is definitely there to support him.”

Warehouse 13

w13rmLOST and Fringe alum Rebecca Mader will appear in the fifth and final season of Syfy’s Warehouse 13, TV Line reports. Details on Mader’s single-episode role are currently under warehouse lock and key, though series lead Eddie McClintock did share the following photo of Madder (right)

The X-Files

The Chris Carter series will celebrate its 20th birthday at Comic-Con. Details here.

Sundance

Maggie Gyllenhaal will star in Sundance Channel and BBC Worldwide’s The Honourable Woman, an eight-part miniseries described as a fast-paced, labyrinthine thriller set against an international political backdrop. [Deadline]

 

Comments

  1. Adam says

    One of the best characters in the books. No idea what to expect out of Pedro Pascal but judging by their casting track record so far, I have high hopes that he will be AWESOME. He’s going to have some really brilliant material.

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