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There aren’t too many pilots for television series that are remembered as the best of the best. One series that did manage to craft a pilot that remains one of its best episodes to date is HBO’s Game of Thrones. As it happens, however, the pilot wasn’t always particularly great.
The action led to disapproval from those in the House of Black and White, and she was struck blind to teach her a lesson. If you are familiar with the novels, you may know that the blindness is a key portion of Arya’s training, which means she’s had to wear painted contacts while shooting.
The yearlong wait between seasons of Game Of Thrones is almost as excruciating as Theon’s torture at the hands of Ramsay Bolton. Luckily for us, Season 6 is right around the corner, and Sophie Turner is confirming it's worth the wait.
One thing has been abundantly clear since Game of Thrones first aired in 2011: it ain’t easy being a Stark. Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa, recently opened up regarding her fate in Season 6, and how it will differ from what we’ve seen thus far.
We’ve seen a lot of deaths on Game of Thrones over the past several seasons, most of which have been shown in graphic detail on the screen. However, there’s one death that was actually filmed for the series but that never made it into the final cut.
There were a few cliffhangers at the end of Season 5 of Game of Thrones, but the one plot twist that has had many of us wondering and wishing since the finale aired back in June concerns the apparent death of Jon Snow. Actor Kit Harington has some words about that.
HBO has had a show all about the porn industry in the works for a while now. The Deuce has been promising ever since the pilot was ordered and the cast filled with proven stars such as James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal . Now, HBO has some good news.
While a lot of the Game of Thrones cast members have been busy denying they know what happens to the now-infamous Jon Snow, Maisie Williams recently tried a different tactic in a recent interview. Here's what she has to say about Jon Snow.
Sometimes shows take a while to come together and if HBO wants a program to be the best it can be, that may take a little extra work. The problem is how long Westworld has taken to come to fruition. And now there are more problems.
When’s the last time you heard somebody else’s idea and you were convinced it came as close to perfection as humanly possible? That is going to happen to you today, and it involves Bill Hader’s first shot as a series lead for HBO's new comedy.
A lot of shows with big budgets and a lot of moving pieces end up getting renewed well in advance. With that in mind, it’s not a shock to hear that Game of Thrones showrunners Dan Weiss and David Benioff are in talks with HBO.
Of all the shows that people have mourned for being canceled too soon, HBO’s grit-soaked western Deadwood is probably the one where “cocksucker” was said the most. And fans will be downright ecstatic to hear that we will one day again hear Al Swearengen say it.
Over the past few months, we have learned a lot about what to expect from Game of Thrones when it returns to HBO for Season 6. But one glaring omissions was when the show would actually be back on the air. Now we know.
Critics and audiences have widely seen True Detective Season 2 as a failure, and now HBO President Michael Lombardo has spoken out in a recent interview to explain why he thinks True Detective ultimately failed this time around.
Season 5 of Girls is expected to hit the schedule in February of this year for 10 more episodes, but news broke this week that HBO’s half-hour comedy series Girls finally has an end date in sight. There is some light at the end of the tunnel for fans, however.