Game of Thrones returned Sunday with its seventh episode of season three, titled “The Bear and the Maiden Fair.” Striking a balance between the anticipation of war and the drama of romantic entanglements, it set the stage for action to come.
'Game Of Thrones' Recap: Jon Snow And Ygritte Scale The Wall, Joffrey Orders Tyrion's Death, Kills Ros
Game of Thrones 'The Climb' offered glimpses into the circumstances that the show's various characters are finding themselves in. Writers and showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss managed to make a fragmented episode that never seemed erratic.
'Game Of Thrones' Recap: Loras Has Gay Tryst, Jon Snow Loses Virginity, Jaime Lanister Comes Clean After Loss Of Hand
Game of Thrones began the latest episode, "Kissed by Fire," with Jaime (Nikolaj-Coster-Waldau) and Brienne (Gwendoline Christie) at Harrenhal in the custody of Lord Bolton. Displaying some compassion, Lord Bolton informs Jaime that the Lannisters won the Battle of Blackwater and offers him medical attention for his dismembered hand.
Game of Thrones' latest episode, "And Now His Watch Is Ended," opened at the scene that closed last week's, where Jamie Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) had his dominant hand severed from his limb by the Brave Companions.
This week’s Game of Thrones episode, Walk of Punishment, perfectly navigates through the pitfalls of having the slow and deliberate pacing of a novel. It whisks you from character to character, from different ends of Westeros and across the sea to Slaver’s Bay, as smoothly as Salladhor Saan (Lucian Msamati) pirates the oceans.
Game of Thrones returned last night with Tyrion getting appointed “Master of the Coin” by his father, Tywin Lannister. The council meeting announcement came as a surprise to Tryion and to the others present, as fiscal responsibility has never been known as a strength of his.
This week’s episode of Game of Thrones, "Dark Wings, Dark Woods," seamlessly brought back series favorites Arya Stark (Maise Williams) and Jaimie Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), along with a host of other characters that never made an appearance in Valar Dohaeris.
Spring is here in Minnesota and the snow is almost melted off. But still, “winter is coming” in the form of Game of Thrones. The popular HBO show returned to the small screen Sunday night with its long-awaited season three premiere, Valar Dohaeris.
Game of Thrones returned on Sunday night and delivered a straightforward hour that explored the character's new beginnings in the episode entitled, "Dark Wings, Dark Words." Shae (Sibel Kekilli) and Tyrion’s (Peter Dinklage) relationship was further explored in the episode when Shae pleads with him for Lady Sansa’s sake.
Lena Headey, Game of Thrones actress, reportedly claimed that she's broke during divorce proceedings with husband Peter Loughran, reported TMZ. In an emergency filing, Loughran, an Irish musician, asked for half of the couple’s $46,000 tax refund from 2011.
Game of Thrones' season 3 premiere offered the first look of the mythical world’s giants, adding to their dragons, direwolves and White Walkers. Giants were part of George R. R. Martin’s Fire and Ice novels, where they’ve lived in the Northern land among the Wildlings.
Game of Thrones' season three premiere, entitled "Valar Doaharis," begins with Sam fleeing the White Walkers (ice zombies). When Sam encounters a dead Night Watch man holding his own head, he’s attacked by a White Walker, but is saved by Jon’s direwolfe and the Watch.
Peter Dinklage, who plays Tyrion in HBO’s Game of Thrones, dished on what can be expected for his character in the series’ third season. Unlike last season, Tyrion will not be the main focus.
Many fans went into the second season of Game of Thrones, HBO’s adaptation of the epic George R. R. Martin series, The Song of Ice and Fire, wondering if creators David Benioff (Troy, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) and D.
Game of Thrones’ third season will see Sansa Stark losing some of her naiveté after the life-altering effects of the events that unfolded in season two. “Season 2 changed her. All the things she heard in songs and fairy tales — they’re all gone now,” Sophie Turner who plays Sansa Stark, told Entertainment Weekly.