With Game of Thrones returning for a fifth season of murder, sex, betrayal, and sex, we decided that we must take on a task that would make even the most powerful nobles in Westeros recall their banners. We have ranked every single remotely noteworthy character on the show from worst to best.
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Because there is nothing small children still learning to read love more than ultra-violent fantasy epics, Sesame Street has created a Game of Thrones parody. And we’re not talking about a simple excuse to dress up some Muppets in medieval garb. There are some serious George R.R. Martin deep cuts in this strange little sketch, which marks the first and probably last time that Sesame Street will obliquely reference brutal massacres, beheadings, and regicide.
The imminent arrival of Game of Thrones Season 5 has literary creator George R.R. Martin racing to finish sixth novel The Winds of Winter, but TV may have placed yet another obstacle in his path. Martin will have a hand in developing a new HBO sci-fi period drama Captain Cosmos, with another writer already on board.
Despite Game of Thrones Season 5 diverging from its source material, the upcoming year proves notable as the first without creator George R.R. Martin penning at least one episode. Now, Martin confirms that the same will be true of Game of Thrones Season 6, instead taking time to perfect the literary saga’s penultimate chapter, The Winds of Winter.
Game of Thrones Season 5 will rule all our lives in less than two weeks’ time, but fan-favorite star Maisie Williams is already looking beyond Westeros for her next gig. The erstwhile Arya Stark will sheathe her sword for a Doctor Who Season 9 guest role, but should fans of either series be worried?
We’ve not even crossed over to April just yet, let alone the Game of Thrones Season 5 premiere on April 12, but already the first episodes have begun taking shape. Find out where Arya lands in Braavos with a new clip from HBO’s fifth season epic, and get some early intel on the premiere!
Once upon a time, Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin would casually dismiss notions that HBO’s fantasy smash could ever catch up to his novels. Now, with Season 5 burning to debut on April 12, and two books remaining in Martin’s series, Game of Thrones producers confirm the show will inevitably overtake, and spoil at least some material for readers.
Earlier today Game of Thrones Season 5 shone a light on over a dozen new photos of the upcoming run, but why stop there? The HBO fantasy drama leaves the world of Westeros behind in its first formal clips of Season 5, along with new photos of Dornish and Lannister characters we’ve yet to meet.
We’re less than a month from the Game of Thrones Season 5 premiere, and even with two trailers under our belt, the old gods and the new have seen fit to tease even more of HBO’s fifth run at George R.R. Martin’s fantasy drama. See a new side of Season 5 with a bevy of new Game of Thrones photos, as well as behind-the-scenes previews and a new trailer!
The imminent arrival of Game of Thrones Season 5 will end our yearly national nightmare for new episodes, but with it comes knowledge that the HBO fantasy drama likely has fewer days ahead than behind. We’ve heard plenty of talk suggesting seven seasons, or even a potential movie wrap-up, but HBO brass and Thrones producers have some intriguing new comments on the matter.