game of thrones season 4

It has been the talk of the web the past week, as dear Sansa, tragic Sansa, victimized Sansa -- was just put through the grinder. Yet again. Damn, that was a hard scene to watch, and one I'm sure I'll never watch again.
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With all the blood, death and dragons last season, it's probably hard for even George R.R. Martin to keep track of what's
"Game of Thrones" already released one set of Season 4 bloopers at San Diego Comic-Con, but now citizens of the realm can
Image via HuffPost All of the Stark kids have been experiencing big states of change over the last couple seasons. What moment
The new half-hour special is set to air Sunday, Feb. 8, but if you can't wait until then, you can sign up to receive "visions
Excuse us for a second. Oberyn Martell's real-life counterpart is currently making his rounds at Comic Con with the rest
Jon Snow may know nothing when it comes to his parentage, but a few "Game of Thrones" conspiracy theorists think they do
The extras are coming. Fresco Film Services, a production company in Spain that's working with HBO to fill roles for the
Whether you're pulling for House Tyrell or rooting against House Bolton -- with those pink tops, why wouldn't you be? -- these
Martin has already admitted to revealing his master plan for the rest of the series to Benioff and Weiss with the hopes that
You Know Him As: The brattiest prepubescent kid to ever sit on the Iron Throne, and generally, the worst person on the entire
Spoiler Alert: This post contains spoilers for George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series. Don't read if you have not read "A Storm of Swords." All men must die, but not all of them have to stay dead.
Unfortunately for Fairley, and for the fans, it looks like Catelyn Stark is staying where she is: six feet under. Fairley
Sit back and enjoy every grisly death -- all 169 of them -- that happened in Season 4, set to a jazzy upbeat tune of course
More depressing than the many deaths we witnessed in the Season 4 finale of "Game of Thrones" last week is the fact that
Olivia Pope can shut down any political crisis or national security event while still being the best-dressed person in the
Oh I so deeply hoped she would make an appearance… For those who don't know, Lady Stoneheart is basically a zombified, badass