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There are few shows that manage to be as infuriating and engaging as HBO’s Game of Thrones. The twists and turns of the story that has aired so far have bred a healthy paranoia among viewers, and it’s difficult to trust the showrunners nowadays even when vouching for a plot.
On HBO’s Game of Thrones, actress Natalie Dormer oozes ambition and situation-based savvy as the sometimes-queen Margaery, and it’s no surprise that she’s got that kind of a personality in real life, evidenced by her feelings toward being compared to Kermit's new girlfriend.
Casting news just keeps trickling in for HBO’s Game of Thrones. This week, we learned that a new red priestess has signed on. Find out more!
If you’ve been keeping tabs on Game of Thrones’ upcoming sixth season, you may already know that the HBO drama is looking to bring back some dead characters in the new episodes, in a variety of ways. Now, it seems yet another dead character may come back to the drama.
We’ve gone through an entire summer, and Game of Thrones conversations are still revolving around whether Kit Harrington’s Jon Snow is actually dead or not. New evidence is here that not only seems to confirm things, but also possibly changes the game.
Now, with HBO juggernaut Game of Thrones fresh off of its win as Outstanding Drama Series at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards, the truly daring can put together a costume paying tribute to Cersei’s walk of shame from the Season 5 finale. Yes, really.
However, recently Dan Weiss and David Benioff sat down to talk about their amazing string of Emmy wins this week, and also got in a few eloquent thoughts about offending audiences and why they are creating the atmosphere they have created on the hit HBO fantasy drama so far.
You already know what your favorite TV shows are, and you probably know what your friends’ favorite shows are, particularly if they’re outspoken on social media. But have you ever wondered how the people making those series feel about all the projects populating TV history?
The other day, Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke made headlines with some comments about gratuitous nudity on TV and film. She now says she was quoted out of context and feels she needs to set the record straight.
In August, a slew of shows were pirated on various outlets, but as it turns out, some of the most-pirated shows were some of this summer’s most popular programs—or at least some cult hits. You can check out the 10 most pirated shows downloaded on Pirate Bay in the month of August.
Following the news that Samwell Tarly’s brother had been cast, the rest of Sam’s family has been cast, including his father, mother and sister. Here's what we know about the big castings.
According to actress Gwendoline Christie who has brought Brienne of Tarth to life on the small screen, however, the ladies of HBO's Game of Thrones make out pretty well. Here's what Christie had to say in a recent interview.
Vary’s arc in the books has certainly been different than on HBO’s TV show, and this week, actor Conleth Hill revealed why Game of Thrones opted to change the character’s storyline.
While most fans of the show have actually seen Clarke get naked on HBO’s prized property, she hasn’t done so during recent seasons. Here's what she thinks about her Game of Thrones role.
Certainly, nobody could have predicted that the role of the queen would be so nuanced over five seasons as to warrant the talents of two actresses.