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Like all women I know who do watch the show and read the books, I entered the fanbase by recommendation from a man already watching the show, AKA the only Game of Thrones point of entry for women.
Liam Cunningham opens up about that spoiler George R.R. Martin told him.
If we actually think about it, Game of Thrones is more of a fictional historical show than it is straight-up fantasy. Sure, magic, dragons and White Walkers appear in the story, but these are not what drives the plot.
After last week's Game of Thrones episode, "Hardhome", I wrote here that we were basically tricked into seeing the White Walkers as villains, which they are probably not. Well, after episode 9, "Dance with Dragons", the opposite should be said about the dragons.
Dany landed in the Dothraki Sea After escaping the fighting pits on Drogon's back last week, Dany and her dragon landed in
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article misstated Kerry Ingram's first name, as well as what kind of wooden animal
DRAGONS! Well, technically just one dragon, but still. Drogon showed up to the fighting pits and saved Daenerys, Tyrion, Daario
Is winter ever actually coming? According to the show, it sure looks like it. Image: Imgur The identity of the Harpy in the
While discussing his new film "Testament of Youth" during an AOL Build interview on Monday, Harington warned fans about Jon
Hundreds of Wights (literally) rained down on Hardhome. Tyrion advises Dany After telling Dany she can't successfully rule
Arming religious fanatics -- what could go wrong, right? Surrendering the monopoly on the use of force in a strict class society that is based on the nobles disenfranchising the poor? What a great plan!
"Game of Thrones" airs on Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET on HBO. Cersei got what was coming to her Finally the queen of manipulating
Sunday night's episode of "GoT" will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the most controversial episodes of the series. In
Image via HBO/HuffPost Littlefinger keeps on scheming No one has more of a plan in the Seven Kingdoms that Petyr Baelish
"Game of Thrones" airs on Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET on HBO. HBO's official description for "Kill the Boy," the fifth episode
Littlefinger is evil. And yet -- you should root for him to win. Why, you ask? Well, because he's good for Westeros, that's why. Don't let your petty and personal animosity for this self-made man to stop the wheels of history.