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Spoilers abound in this article if you haven’t caught the fifth episode of Game of Thrones’ fifth season, “Kill The Boy.” The biggest action goes to Dany’s two still-chained dragons, who wreak some havoc during Episode 5.
Over the past five seasons on Game of Thrones, it’s been made abundantly clear that navigating the realm of Westeros is no easy task for numerous reasons. But this Google Maps illustration certainly wouldn't hurt.
HBO has been dealing with piracy problems for years, but now the company is taking major steps to make sure its fantasy drama and its extended lineup of critically acclaimed programming is not leaked again.
Spoilers abound in this article if you haven’t caught Sunday’s Season 5 episode of Game of Thrones “The Sons of the Harpy.” Everyone still here? Alright, let’s go. Here's what a Game of Thrones actor had to say after finding out he was being killed off on the series.
After three episodes that, while still entertaining, seemed mostly concerned with putting the pieces in place for the new season, this week’s Game of Thrones started moving them around the chessboard to bloody thrilling results. Hands down the best episode of the fifth season so far.
Spoilers abound in this article if you haven’t caught the fourth episode of Game of Thrones Season 5, “The Sons of the Harpy.” If you haven’t watched, yet, skedaddle out of her. Still here? Wow, shit is really going down.
Tommen Lannister’s recent wedding to Margaery Tyrell on Game of Thrones went down without a hitch. Interestingly, Dean-Charles Chapman, the 17-year-old boy who plays Tommen on the hit series, spoke out this week to explain how he feels about the bedroom scene he later shot with 33-year-old Natalie Dormer.
While HBO’s immensely popular series, Game of Thrones continues to face potential threats more damaging than wights and White Walkers in piracy, the latest ratings show that it’s doing quite well even with the specter of content theft.
It’s interesting that this week’s Game of Thrones used a name for the title since “High Sparrow” was all about characters questioning their identity. The contemplative third installment of HBO’s fantasy also had a wedding without a single casualty. Some would consider that a dull affair.
Spoilers abound in this article if you haven’t caught the third episode of Game of Thrones Season 5, “High Sparrow.” If you haven’t watched, yet, skedaddle out of her and check out one of our other lovely stories.
A local bar in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY just got caught red-wedding-handed for hosting weekly viewings of Game of Thrones< and HBO is not happy about it.
The episode opened with Arya’s first appearance this year and she’s pretty much right where we left her last season - on a boat to Braavos. I don’t think I’ll ever tire of seeing the Titan with the port city behind him.
Game Of Thrones is the most insane show I’ve ever watched. Every single week, at least five things happen that are so bizarre, outlandish or badass they’d immediately go viral in modern society. There would be thousands of news reports written about events like The Red Wedding or the emergence of dragons.
It appears that even leaked episodes that spread like wildfire across the Blackwater Bay were not enough to spoil the Season 5 debut for Game of Thrones on Sunday night.
Game of Thrones has been parodied plenty in pop culture, but I never thought I would see the day when the series was remade to look like a famous children’s book. Here’s exactly what you’ll get when you mash together Game of Thrones and the popular children’s book Goodnight Moon.