Yes, Jon Snow is dead, and many people know that already, including Game of Thrones fans who haven’t even seen the most recent episode of HBO’s tremendously popular TV series. And while there are many plausible fan theories that say he’ll be back, one HBO executive wants to remind you he’s oh so very dead. More →
The death of Jon Snow in the season 5 finale to Game of Thrones didn’t sit well with fans of the beloved character. Of course, it didn’t take long for brewing speculation to suggest that Jon Snow may, in fact, still be alive.
It’s been more than a month since the season finale of this year’s Game of Thrones aired and fans of the show are still reeling over the supposed death of beloved character Jon Snow. As someone who is both a big fan of the show and the books, I remain highly skeptical that Snow is really dead in the same way that Ned Stark, Joffrey Baratheon and Robb Stark are. I’ll lay out all the evidence why I think Snow is still alive below. More →
They say truth is stranger than fiction. And sometimes, well, sometimes truth and fiction overlap in the craziest of ways.
During the season 5 finale of Game of Thrones, a once-proud Cersei Lannister was forced to march for miles through Kings Landing completely naked to atone for her sins. All the while, townspeople spewed vulgar insults in her direction while simultaneously hurling unspeakable objects her way. The scene, which went on for minutes on end, was dramatic and intensely emotional.
Game of Thrones fans, you have your work cut out for you.
Millions of fans of HBO’s hit fantasy series Game of Thrones are reeling now that the fifth season has come to an end. What will become of Daenerys? Is Jon Snow really dead? There are plenty more questions as well, and we won’t be any closer to getting answers until Game of Thrones season 6 premieres next year.
In the meantime, it’s time to test how big a GoT fan you really are. More →
A new video from the visual effects company El Ranchito provides us with an incredible first-hand look at all of the work that went into creating one of the more memorable scenes from the most recent season of Game of Thrones.
Many Game of Thrones fans have probably seen the terrifying end of season 5 by now and are anxiously waiting to see what’s coming next year. Many questions have to be answered in the next season, especially about You Know Who having been You Know What “for the Watch.” While a purported audition for season 6 that made its way online doesn’t answer that question, it still offers some insight into what might happen in the upcoming new season.
Caution though, spoilers ahead. More →
In this week’s episode of The BGR Show podcast, we cover the huge iPhone 6s leak, E3 2015 and the fact that Nintendo is so terrible. We also talk about how Wayne Brady almost choked Jacob while playing Halo 5, some exclusive Game of Thrones spoilers, and what hopefully is going to be a great movie in Spectre.
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Forgive me if I get emotional. I’m not sure how the season finale of Game of Thrones could have been any more intense than it was. The tension leading into the final episode of season 10 had reached fever pitch, and there wasn’t a moment’s rest in the entire episode. I might have actually been sweating by the time the episode was over. And the death toll, while not unexpected, left viewers reeling.
What do you do when you happen to be part of the Night’s Watch and it’s your kid’s birthday? You get everyone else to wish him happy birthday, of course. True Game of Thrones fans might say that Night’s Watch members don’t have any children, and they’d be right — but this particular feat isn’t actually related to the movie. More →