The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones arrives on Blu-ray today, and in honour of one of television’s greatest series, we’re thrilled to give away two copies of the show on 4K UHD.
Now this is how you celebrate one of television’s greatest series. Last week, HBO sent me one of the most incredible boxes that I’ve ever seen, and it came with the perfect collection of Game of Thrones goodies just in time for the holidays.
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.
Welcome to Silicon Valley. Or maybe welcome to Washington, D.C.? Take your pick because Silicon Valley season 3 and Veep season 5 are available now on Blu-ray, and to celebrate The GATE and HBO Home Entertainment are giving away three prize packs featuring both Blu-ray sets.
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).
For the longest time I have been equating the work being done by HBO to the stuff that was being done during the last great epoch of American cinema–the seventies. In the seventies maverick filmmakers like Coppola, Schrader, Friedkin, Altman and Scorcese flourished with a kind of hard edged, reality-based storytelling that was still being served up to audiences in an interesting and entertaining way that made a number of their works classics and made their careers legendary.