With its multiple instances of nudity, murder, and incest (among other things), Game of Thrones is not a series that is known for its abundant hilarity. So it might be surprising to some that the show has paid homage to one of the most hilarious comedy troupes of all time: Monty Python.
In this day and age of television, character deaths are a strong form of currency. As such, we’ve put on our most morbid thinking caps and have come up with 10 characters who absolutely need to meet their makers in the very near future.
If you are a Game of Thrones fan, by now you’ve probably heard about the controversy related to the Season 4 scene that has been decried as rape by some critics. But now two Game Of Thrones actors have come out to discuss the pivotal HBO scene.
Game of Thrones is probably the most inappropriate show for Sesame Street to parody, given how many deaths and boobs are involved. Yet the vastly different shows are perfectly meshed together in this awesome sketch.
Game of Thrones fans who are growing ever-impatient awaiting the next book in the Song of Ice and Fire book series, The Winds of Winter, may not believe this assertion, but it seems that author, George R.R. Martin may be too busy writing to work on anything else, including the HBO series.
With Season 8 serving as the highest-rated season of Doctor Who yet here in the States, not even the sky is the limit for Season 9, which will feature a guest spot from one of Game of Thrones' breakout stars.
Game of Thrones is something of a perfect place for unexpected cameos and guest stars that you might not see on a normal network drama, and showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are possibly trying to get some It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia actors on board.
While Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have traditionally stayed mum about characters that have been cut, they recently shared some information about characters we haven’t seen yet, noting that the show could still return to characters that have been skipped.
Game of Thrones is rapidly catching up to the books that spawned it, and recently Game of Thrones producer David Benioff admitted the show will eventually spoil the ending of the books. Here's what the executive producer had to say
We’ve seen Dany’s dragons grow in size and voracity, but this week, the Game of Thrones visual effects team over at Pixomondo revealed the origin story of the dragons on the HBO series. It all goes back to a day at the grocery store, and a chicken.
This week, the HBO released a brand new video that looks at Varys motivations and intentions moving forward. It's fascinating stuff. No dragons, though.
This season, however, as the show moves further and further away from the George R. R. Martin Song of Ice and Fire novels that provided the outline for the first four seasons, some characters who we thought were potentially safe may not be safe at all.
It looks like the uncertainty surrounding the future of the characters on HBO's hit series Game of Thrones is bleeding over into author of the source material's life. George R.R. Martin had a few things to say about the future of the series.
There are a lot of mash-ups on the internet, but perhaps none that are as cleverly put together as “Princess of Thrones,” a video that mixes elements from The Princess Bride with the current HBO fantasy series Game Of Thrones.
It’s hard to believe that HBO’s Game of Thrones is already headed into Season 5. The storylines are rapidly coming up on George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice And Fire stories, but when is Game of Thrones actually going to end?