legends-of-tomorrow-key-artThe end of 2016 is upon us, which means it’s time for various lists to pop up. For TV viewers, one interesting list of note comes from TorrentFreak, who have revealed the 10 Most Pirated TV Shows of 2016. It should come as no surprise that the hugely popular Game of Thrones tops the list. Check out the full Top 10 below:

1. Game of Thrones
2. The Walking Dead
3. Westworld
4. The Flash
5. Arrow
6. The Big Bang Theory
7. Vikings
8. Lucifer
9. Suits
10. The Grand Tour

Things aren’t so “super” at home. TMZ reports that Supergirl star Melissa Benoist and Edge of Seventeen star Blake Jenner have filed for divorce. The couple met while starring on the Fox series Glee and Jenner did make a few guest appearances on Supergirl. The couple wed in 2013. In court documents, TMZ reports that Benoist cites “irreconcilable differences” and is seeking to block spousal support for either she or Jenner.

George Lucas is coming to TV … sort of. In an upcoming episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the time jumping heroes will land in the ’60s where they find the prolific director deciding to drop out of film school after a time aberration. Producer Marc Guggenheim reveals to EW that the ripple effect will affect two of the show’s characters who were influenced to enter their fields because of Star Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark. Lucas will be played by Matt Angel, when the series returns on Jan. 24 at 9PM ET on the CW.

Though the Americanized version of Broadchurch called Gracepoint failed stateside, the BBC America edition is about to enter season three. A new trailer for the third season of Broadchurch has surfaced and can be seen below. David Tennant and Olivia Colman return to investigate a new case that features past familiar faces and some new characters, setting up the show’s farewell. Look for an early 2017 premiere on BBC America.