To be honest, not one of the characters on this list is an exemplary father, for many reasons. Notably Game of Thrones creators D.B. Weiss and David Benioff have taken a nod from series author George R. R. Martin and have created a rich tapestry of complicated characters. No father on this list gets it right 100% of the time.
As you can probably imagine, Game of Thrones' Hodor would be pretty terrible at Family Feud. Ok, in truth, Hodor would probably be bad at any game show that didn't involve all the answers being "Hodor," the one word he ever speaks. But it's still especially funny watching him come up with straight-0s in the final round of Family Feud, as presented to us by Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Game of Thrones has been known to feature some really tough dads. So it's fitting that the premium cable channel would release a video, celebrating the approaching Father's Day, which just so happens to coincide with the Season 4 finale of the beloved fantasy drama series. Go ahead and bask in the glow of these memorable father moments.
SPOILER ALERT if you're not caught up on Game of Thrones through last week's episode, "Watchers On The Wall!" It looks like one of Game of Thrones' lead characters is looking to get back into the game (of love, not thrones).
MAJOR SPOILERS ahead if you haven't seen last night's episode of Game of Thrones. Jon Snow may know nothing, but Jon Bon Jovi has always known a thing or two about love, and he knows what gives it a bad name.
Instead, the show focused solely on the Wall, showing Jon Snow’s rise into a leadership position and the Night’s Watch’s intense battle against the hordes of Wildlings looking to take over the Wall. According to the preview for next week’s Season 4 finale, “The Children,” there are a whole lot of plotlines that still need to be wrapped up.
"The Watchers on the Wall" is the new ”Blackwater.” Sorry, a terrible joke not befitting last night's truly epic installment of Game of Thrones. This was the second time the HBO fantasy turned to Neil Marshall to direct an episode-long battle and it somehow yielded an even greater result. A much larger budget probably didn't hurt.
If you haven’t caught Sunday’s Game of Thrones episode, you should turn back, now. This article is a hive of spoilers, and while finding out things ahead of time might seem like fun, it's always better to just learn in the moment. So, go plow through the rest of HBO’s most popular series and then immediately head back to this article to read more about what happened.
Game Of Thrones is officially the most popular series in HBO history. The premium cable channel made the announcement today, noting the fantasy drama's impressive gross audience, which has surpassed the previous record held by The Sopranos.
Due to his good looks and excellent moral compass, Snow has been a favorite among the show’s female demographic. This season, Snow made it back from the Wildlings' clutches only to face challenges inside the walls of Castle Black, including a trial and problems with the leadership, who seem to think neither the Wildlings nor the White Walkers are a threat.
Yep. Total bummer. Fool us once, shame on Game of Thrones. Fool us this many times, shame on us. Ramsay Snow, sorry, Ramsay Bolton said it best last season, 'if you think this has a happy ending, you haven’t been paying attention.' At least "The Mountain and the Viper" contained a suitably epic send-off for the charismatic and instantly popular character. A showdown they will write songs about.
By now, you’re probably well aware there wasn’t a new episode of Game of Thrones last night. HBO opted to air The Normal Heart in the Memorial Day weekend slot instead. The extra wait isn’t easy but every heavyweight bout needs time to be promoted and it doesn’t get much heavier than “The Mountain and the Viper.”
In lieu of a brand new episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones, we are bringing you a GGN News update featuring movie star Seth Rogen and Snoop Dogg. The two men spent some time together last week in order to recap Game of Thrones and the results are pretty hilarious. If you want to hear about Tyrion, the Unsullied, Littlefinger and more from the mouths of two stoned gentlemen, you’ve come to the right place.
HBO has put together a short but sweet preview of the next episode, which will hit the schedule on June 1. The preview may be a quick watch, but it gives viewers hints about numerous plotlines, including updates on Reek/Theon, more threats to the Wall and epic combat between the Mountain and the Prince of Dorne.
Waiting is the worst. What in seven hells is up with HBO's schedule? Are they paying respect to Mad Men by not airing a new Game of Thrones against the former’s final mid-season finale? Or maybe they added an extra week before “The Mountain and the Viper” just to make audiences salivate even more for the highly anticipated showdown? In the meantime, fans will have to make due meditating on the major events that happened in “Mockingbird.”