Emmys: So which stars actually watch 'Game of Thrones'?

Kelly Woo
Writer

Shame! Shame! Shame!

Call up Septa Unella from the King’s Landing dungeons, because there are actually TV stars in Hollywood who don’t watch Game of Thrones.

“I’ve never seen it,” Westworld actress Tessa Thompson confessed to Yahoo Entertainment on the Emmys red carpet. “Don’t tell anyone.” Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi was less ashamed, noting that she’s just “waiting for a snowstorm and I’m going to binge-watch it.”

Some celebs do watch but are just a bit behind in their viewing. Craig Robinson, formerly of The Office and star of the upcoming new  Fox comedy Ghosted, said he’s on season 2. “I just saw Ned Stark get killed,” he said. “And that was like 2 years ago.”

Some Emmy attendees were part of the cultural majority, like Michael Mando of Better Call Saul, who recently saw the season 7 finale when Jon and Daenerys made love. “It was hot!” he said. “It was spicy.”

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