With the increasing popularity of dramas like Game of Thrones, Mad Men and The Walking Dead, self-contained episodes are becoming a thing of the past as networks, and viewers, embrace sprawling multi-season plots.
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HBO’s epic fantasy Game of Thrones, which on Sunday kicked off Season 3 to record-breaking ratings, has already been renewed for a fourth season.
“Death is coming for everyone and everything,” a woman warns in the new trailer for Game of Thrones. The hit HBO fantasy series returns March 31.
“The great war is between death and life, ice and fire. If we lose, the night will never end,” a woman says in the new trailer for the third season of HBO’s Game of Thrones.
Spinoff Online caught up with Game of Thrones star Kit Harington at New York Comic Con, where he talked about Ciarán Hinds joining the hit HBO drama as Mance Rayder, King Beyond The Wall.
A new still from the set of HBO’s Game of Thrones teases an “unexpected pairing” in the third season of the hit fantasy epic, which premieres March 31, 2013.
The HBO fantasy epic Game of Thrones has found its King Beyond the Wall, casting Rome actor Ciarán Hinds in the pivotal third-season role of Mance Rayder.
Following record-breaking ratings for the first two episodes of Season 2, HBO announced this morning that it’s renewing Game of Thrones for a third season.
Sunday night’s episode of Game of Thrones attracted 3.8 million viewers in its initial airing, holding onto 97 percent of the audience that tuned in for last week’s Season 2 premiere.
Sunday’s second-season premiere of Game of Thrones averaged 3.9 million viewers in its first airing Sunday night, a 74-percent increase from last year’s series debut.
In just a few days, it’ll be April (I feel like I should add a “No fooling!” pun here, but I also feel as if you’ll all be sick enough of April Fool’s jokes before too long, so maybe I should pass), and as ever an all-new month means a new round of TV premieres to treasure. Here are five of the best.
A new poster for the second season of HBO’s Game of Thrones warns that “The King Can Do As He Likes” — something Ned Stark knows all too well. Warning: It might be a little gross.