The future of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' has been literally and figuratively all over the map as we approach season 4 premiere on April 6. Some reports say the George R.R. Martin-adapted series will run for seven seasons, while Martin himself poses 10 with an added movie. Now, we at least have some confirmation 'Game of Thrones' will run at least six seasons, while the latest season 4 trailers have us more and more excited to return to Westeros.
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'Game of Thrones' season 4 is nearly upon us with its April 6 premiere "Two Swords," but with HBO stepping up promotion of the big return to George R.R. Martin's Westeros, winter has come early. Check out the first clips from the new season between Daenerys and her entourage, along with Jaime and Cersei Lannister, and a new look at Jaime's fabulous new golden accessory!
HBO's 'Game of Thrones' adaptation recently surprised fans with the likelihood it would wrap up the series after 7, potentially 8 seasons, regardless of whether or not creator George R.R. Martin had finished the literary source material. Now, with the 'Game of Thrones' season 4 premiere looming over all of us, Martin says active discussions have begun for a 'Game of Thrones' movie to wrap up the series, or perhaps tell additional Westeros tales.
This past Sunday went by without any fresh 'Game of Thrones' season 4 previews, Selina Meyer's own 'Veep' season 3 power games not withstanding, but with dragons landing in Lincoln Center today for the New York 'Game of Thrones' premiere, HBO has more than delivered. Check out a brand new trailer for the April 6 premiere of 'Game of Thrones' season 4, scored to London Grammar's "Devil Inside" and chock full of our most new footage to date!
'Game of Thrones' has been drawing 'Lord of the Rings' comparisons since long before HBO described it as "'The Sopranos' in Middle Earth" or Boromir himself, Sean Bean, joined the cast, but its latest Easter Egg has gone unnoticed for three straight seasons. Find out what surprising connection the Iron Throne has to Gandalf from a new Reddit examination of 'Game of Thrones'!
Whether or not you buy that HBO's 'Game of Thrones' could really wrap up George R.R. Martin's sprawling saga in just seven seasons, season 4 will soon be upon us with the April 6 premiere, "Two Swords." Unlike the titular blades, though, some of us are a bit rusty. Never fear, you can catch up with all 'Game of Thrones' season 3 in just one half-hour video!
HBO had itself a busy Sunday with the 'True Detective' finale (crashing HBO GO while they were at it), but that doesn't mean we were short for a new look at 'Game of Thrones' season 4. There are even more dragons, as everyone's secrets come back to haunt them in the latest look at season 4 of HBO's George R.R. Martin-adapted epic!
We're just under a month from the 'Game of Thrones' season 4 premiere, and while the April episode titles gave us a striking clue into the first major event of the new episodes, what better way to prepare for the bloodiest season yet than with a new synopsis and full set of episode descriptions for the first four installments of 2014?
NBC's 'Parks and Recreation' has made no secret of its unabashed 'Game of Thrones' love (everyone on that show can get it!), but where last week's episode, "Anniversaries," set up its most elaborate homage yet with the appearance of the Iron Throne, we only saw the tip of the iceberg. Watch as Ben loses his mind in the full deleted scene for the show's latest 'Game of Thrones' homage!
Fans of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' well know that the third and fourth seasons have jumped around quite a bit in bringing George R.R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" novels to life, and now it seems season 4 could prove the most divergent yet. The first episode titles of the newest 'Game of Thrones' episodes has arrived, with plenty of suggestions for major events taking place in the first hours.