Star Scoop: ‘Game of Thrones’ Teases Season 3, Ryan Murphy Honors Norman Lear, AC/DC Archives Hit iTunes

By  November 19, 2012

Fans of HBO hit Game of Thrones now have another piece to the season three puzzle: a dark teaser. Following last week’s poster reveal, we get a sinister message from the show, claiming that if the war between fire and ice is lost, “the night will never end.” GOT will premiere March 31, 2013. [Today]

Glee producer and co-creator Ryan Murphy will get to live out a dream at this year’s 40th International Emmy Awards. The New Normal creator is set to honor television great Norman Lear, the acclaimed producer behind classic series like All In The Family and The Jeffersons. Both producers will receive honorary awards at tonight’s gala, and Murphy will go on to present Lear and M.A.S.H. actor Alan Alda with the 40th Anniversary Special Founders Award. The ceremony will take place tonight at the Hilton New York Hotel. [Huffington Post]

If you didn’t tune in to last night’s 40th annual American Music Awards, then you missed the epic Psy and MC Hammer “Gangnam Style” performance, an amazing contemporary dance number from Pink, and the cutest acceptance speech from artist of the year, Justin Bieber. Lucky for you, GlamBuzz rounded up the winner’s circle. [GlamBuzz]

Diehard AC/DC fans who are tired of chasing down the band’s records on CDs, cassettes, and even vinyl, can now rejoice. The rock band from Down Under is finally releasing its entire catalogue of classic hits digitally via iTunes. That’s 16 AC/DC albums, literally at your fingertips, just in time for the release of the band’s first live album in 20 years, Live at River Plate. [Yahoo News]