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We’ve been waiting for the fighting pits sequences on Game of Thrones through all of Season 5. Daenerys had been reluctant to reopen the pits in Meereen, but had come around to the idea over the last few episodes and had even enlisted nobleman Hizdahr zo Loraq to be her husband.
Season 5 of Game of Thrones has stumbled perhaps more than any other but last week’s game-changing installment was a possible ‘Best in Show.’ Can “Dance with Dragons” live up to the fantasy’s other spectacular penultimate episodes? If you like dragons, you won’t be disappointed.
Spoilers abound in this article if you haven’t caught the ninth episode of Game of Thrones’ fifth season, “The Dance Of Dragons.” If you haven’t watched, yet, skedaddle out of here and check out one of our other lovely stories,
At this point in Game of Thrones’ run, audiences have seen all forms of emotionally driven subject matter. Just think of almost every scene that has Ramsay Bolton in it. As it happens, viewers aren’t the only ones that want to Ramsay to go out in a blaze of non-glory. So does the actor that portrays him.
In what could be interpreted as criticism or just straight up satire, a YouTube user has hilariously given some Game of Thrones scenes the Seinfeld treatment. The show about nothing meets the show about a whole lot.
Instead of bottle episodes, Game of Thrones does battle episodes. After the staggering success of its first season, the HBO’s fantasy series has slipped installment encompassing showdowns into two of the next three. Well, with “Hardhome,” it’s now three of the next four. That’s how it was being touted at least.
While Game of Thrones served no shortage of controversy this year, there was also a notable absence of the Greyjoy family over at the Iron Islands. However, based on a reported Season 6 casting call, they could be preparing to prove that what is dead may never die.
It was a shock for fans of the books who may have expected a longer journey for Tyrion and Jorah before reaching Dany. However, showrunner David Benioff recently explained in an interview why that particular plotline was fulfilled much earlier than expected.
The prolific author recently revealed that his famous militant religious group, the Sparrows, is actually based on a famous religious organization’s past. More details here.
Rotten Tomatoes is certainly not the be-all and end-all when it comes to film and television criticism but when a series that has never dipped below 90% is suddenly ‘rotten,’ that’s saying something. Game of Thrones earned that 58% with a truly subpar outing last week. Was “The Gift” a return to form?
Spoilers abound in this article if you haven’t caught the sixth episode of Game of Thrones’ fifth season, “The Gift.” If you haven’t watched, yet, skedaddle out of here and check out one of our other lovely stories.
Red Nose Day has become something of a global phenomenon now that the US and NBC have joined the action. It often shows celebrities you wouldn’t think of having a good laugh. It was quite a change of pace, however, when one of the most dark, violent shows on TV was used as the springboard for a shiny, happy musical.
A testament to the morbid metamorphosis of her character Arya Stark, Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams describes some "creepy" fan interactions that seem to reflect the disturbing place where Arya’s popularity resides.
Game of Thrones has produced a lot of spectacular episodes for fans, but I’m not sure anything is as spectacular as this new musical segment from Peter Dinklage and Coldplay, in which the actor sings about his character outliving everyone on the hit HBO drama.
Sex is a central facet of Game of Thrones, but this week plenty of people are up in arms about a particular scene between the newly wed Sansa and her new partner Ramsay Bolton, in which Theon Greyjoy was forced to watch as she was brutalized in bed.