Flicka: O que querida, encontra o meu estudo? Wicket: Não pode estar lá, ela precisa ir ao colégio. Flicka: Vou encontra-la. Antes que eu pense que a gente está errado, voc nao parece gosta de muito jogo. Wicket: de verdade?! Flicka: bobadas. Wicket: eh, que massa! eh, a gente pode tomara um passeio? Flicka: Coloquei uma sesta de rosca de aluguem para vc. Wicket: Sou grato. Vc pode me levar embora? Flicka: Sim, vamos nessa. Wicket: acho que estamos na altura certa. oh, não.
Ever since HBO debuted its first slate of original programming in 2006, viewers have eagerly consumed the network's "Game of Thrones"-style fantasy dramas. As expected, the channel has emerged as a leader in the premium cable space, with a 33 percent revenue growth from 2011 to 2012. Needless to say, HBO's growth in audiences has come as a response to the success of its original programming — and audiences love the unique world of fantasy that the company has fostered with its "Game of Thrones," "True Blood," "Boardwalk Empire," "Hung" and "Rome" series. And now "Game of Thrones" looks to grab an Emmy Award for best drama series -- the awards will be handed out in 2014. "Game of Thrones" was nominated for the Emmy Award last year, but the show lost out to "The Newsroom." All three of those shows were nominated again in the drama category this year. "The Newsroom" is NBC's attempt to reposition itself as a destination for content not associated with the advertising-driven confines of broadcast television. Its companion series "State of Affairs" follows up 2007 drama "Chuck," which was a straight-to-series order for NBC. On cable, "State of Affairs" is a spin-off of Showtime's "Homeland" starring Claire Danes. d2c66b5586