Game of Thrones Season 8 is available now on digital download, and to celebrate we’ve teamed up with HBO to give away five codes so lucky winners can watch (or rewatch) the final season of the epic series.
If you’re looking for a few exceptional last-minute gift ideas for that person in your life who’s just a bit hard to shop for, I’ve got the answer with 10 things that are sure to please almost anyone on your list. From chocolate to whisky, gadgets, makeup, and soap, and it’s all between $10 and $85.
The war-torn but always beautiful world of Westeros from Game of Thrones may seem unreachable, but it may not be as far away as you expect.
“The House of Black and White” is where things start to get interesting in Game of Thrones‘ fifth season. On almost all sides of the story, things are starting to move in new directions, whether you’re talking about Podrick and Brienne, Cersei, or maybe most especially, Arya Stark or Jon Snow.
One of the best shows on television returns to HBO and HBO Canada tonight. Yes, of course I’m talking about Game of Thrones‘ fifth season, and while the first episode is a slow burn, I can promise that it builds to some epic developments over the next three episodes.
This Sunday, April 12, George R.R. Martin’s epic series Game of Thrones returns for its fifth season on HBO and HBO Canada, and it’s going to be another big, bloody season.
Before the premier of the fourth season of Game of Thrones, actress Sibel Kekilli–better known as Tyrion’s secret girlfriend in the series, Shae–answered questions about her character, how she has changed as the new season begins, and what it’s like being in such a hugely popular series. Read the interview below, and catch Game of Thrones on HBO and HBO Canada Sundays at 9:00 PM (ET/MT).
Carice van Houten seems like a normal actress, if you meet her in person, but on HBO’s Game of Thrones she’s the wickedly powerful Melisandre, servant to the Lord of Light, and one of the characters who seems most likely to inspire fear among all other mortals.
HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones returns Sunday night for its fourth season of blood, heartache, misery, and mind-blowing television, and after all of the teasers, it’s looking like a huge season ahead, dragons and all.
Game of Thrones: The Exhibition is back in Toronto to celebrate the third season of the HBO series.