If you are a character in the world of Game of Thrones, chances are you will either be killed by someone you love and respect or you will be forced to kill someone you love and respect at some point in your life.
In fact, the surprising and brutal deaths have become the show’s calling card over the years, but when you have dozens of characters to keep track of, it can be difficult to remember who killed who.
A new Game of Thrones episode just aired on HBO, with millions of fans waiting for its creators to answer that burning Jon Snow question. Is he alive, or is he dead? If you’ve seen episode 2 of season 6 then you’ll definitely want to see Kit Harington’s revelations about his character – so read on. If you haven’t seen the new episode title Home yet though, you should definitely stop here because there are major spoilers ahead. More →
The second episode of the new Game of Thrones season aired Sunday night on HBO, keeping fans of the series on the edges of their seats on the matter of Jon Snow. Will their favorite hero come back from the dead, just as everyone expects, considering all the leaks and circumstantial evidence? Or will the show’s creators keep us waiting for yet another week before we finally find out what is to become of Snow?
If you haven’t seen Home yet, then avoid what follows because there are major spoilers.
I don’t know about you but I just can’t have enough of Game of Thrones right now. If you’ve seen episode 2 on Sunday night, then you’re probably looking forward to seeing what comes next, and the first official trailer for next week’s installment of Game of Thrones has now been released.
The trailer might be just 35 seconds long, but it has some potential spoilers so tread lightly if you haven’t seen episode 2 yet.
It finally happened, folks — HBO’s best TV series ever returned last night. Every single Game of Thrones fan went into the first episode of season 6 with one question in mind, but the show’s creators decided to keep the answer from us for at least one more week. It’s infuriating indeed, but it was still a pretty great episode.
In case you haven’t seen the first episode of the new season, then make sure you avoid this post for the time being. Spoilers follow below. More →
Game of Thrones is back. Game. Of. Thrones. Is. Back! The hotly anticipated premiere of Game of Thrones season 6 finally debuted on Sunday night and it was intense, to say the least. Season 6 picked up right where season 5 left off without skipping a beat, taking us right back to the spot at Castle Black where Jon Snow was brutally murdered at mutiny swept the Night’s Watch. Then he sprang back to life and took revenge on his assailants!
No, sadly that’s not really what happened at all. Jon Snow is dead, just as HBO confirmed earlier this month. You won’t find any spoilers in this post — what you will find, however, is the first official trailer for Game of Thrones season 6 episode 2, which is set to air this coming Sunday at 9:00 p.m. EDT. More →
It’s finally the weekend, which means it’s time to watch HBO, as the first episode of Game of Thrones’ season 6 is about to air. In what follows we’re going to tell you everything there is to know about HBO’s massive Game of Thrones premiere event, so you can make the most of it and even stream it for free. More →
In just a few days Game of Thrones finally returns to HBO, and the first episode will probably explain what happened to Jon Snow at the end of season five. But regardless of his fate, things are looking up for Game of Thrones fans. The show will be renewed for at least one more season, HBO confirmed, and an eighth season might also be in the making. More →
Can you feel the Game of Thrones fever? Everywhere you turn, there’s talk about the upcoming premiere of HBO’s sixth season, with fans honoring the show in unique ways. Moleskine.com this week came up with a unique way to promote the show: it created the opening sequence using props made out of paper. More →
After months of speculation about Jon Snow’s fate, Game of Thrones will return to HBO this weekend to tell us what happened. Millions of people will tune in to see the first episode of season six on Sunday, and millions of others will probably stream pirated copies of it in the following hours.
But there’s an easy and legal way to see the first episode of season six free of charge. More →
Thankfully, the network has kept us entertained over the past several weeks with trailers and clips from the new season, but if you can’t be bothered to rewatch them all in order to see every detail before the season debuts, a couple of fans have produced a mega-trailer with “all scenes released so far.”
If Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have their way, we might only have 23 more episodes to look forward to before the show goes off the air for good. In an interview with Variety, Benioff and Weiss said that they are currently trying to decide if they should shorten the seventh season of Game of Thrones to seven episodes and the eighth season to just six. More →