It’s low-pitched ‘Thrones’ in HBO’s new trailer



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Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister in “Game of Thrones.”

Five takeaways from a week in TV:


1. OMG, OMG, “Game of Thrones” news! HBO expelled a trailer for deteriorate seven, that will premiere on Jul 16. It is mysterious, naturally, with Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), and Jon Snow (Kit Harington) walking solemnly toward seats — with Cersei, exhaling, as she takes a Iron Throne. Winter is in a air, as glacial exhale comes out of Cersei’s mouth. Last shot: a Night King. Musical accompaniment: “Sit Down” by James.

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2. Amazon hearts a Grateful Dead. On May 26, a pennon will dump a documentary called, of course, “Long Strange Trip,” as formerly announced. But this week Amazon announced an arriving scripted array about a Dead, to be created by Jonathan Herman, a screenwriter of “Straight Outta Compton.” The uncover will be formed on a discourse by Steve Parish, a longtime Dead roadie, and Dead guitarist Bob Weir will be one of a executive producers.

3. HBO is partnering with RAI, Italy’s open broadcasting, to adjust Elena Ferrante’s “My Brilliant Friend,” a initial volume of Ferrante’s four-book Neapolitan series. Saverio Costanzo will approach all 8 episodes, that will be created by Ferrante, Francesco Piccolo, Laura Paolucci, and Costanzo.

4. Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon are producing and directing a two-part, four-hour documentary on Muhammad Ali for PBS. “He arrived during accurately a right moment, amidst a tumult and shake of a 1960s,” Ken Burns says in a release, “and he made his times with his absolute voice, hypnotizing presence, and achievements in a ring. But over a startling jaunty gifts and towering of charisma, there’s a really complex, energetic male whose life story has nonetheless to accept a extensive diagnosis it deserves.” It’s due in 2021. In a meantime, Burns’s 10-part PBS array “The Vietnam War” will start this September.

5. “The Mindy Project” is entrance to an end. Mindy Kaling’s comedy, that started on Fox and changed to Hulu, will hang for good after a sixth season, that will premiere in September.

Matthew Gilbert can be reached during gilbert@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @MatthewGilbert.

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