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March 08 2013

Take a Look Back Before the Game of Thrones Season 3 Premiere

You’ve been waiting eight long months to watch episodes of Game of Thrones Season 3, and now premiere night is almost here. But before the new season kicks off on March 31, take a minute to catch up on the story so far with the Game of Thrones Viewer’s Guide – an immersive animated experience that will walk you through the ups and downs of the last season and remind you all over again why you can’t wait for the next installment.

July 13 2012

Comic-Con Panel: Season 2 Recap

Straight from the Game of Thrones Panel at Comic-Con: watch the full recap of Season 2.

Warning: Contains spoilers.

April 11 2012

Game of Thrones Recap: "The Night Lands"

Sunday's episode of 'Game of Thrones' might as well have been dedicated to the Father of the Faith of the Seven. The prevailing focus of the night was very much the show's paternal figures. Theon Greyjoy makes it back home to Pyke after nearly a decade away, but the only living son of Balon Greyjoy is rejected by his father for having gone soft (and humiliated by his sister for not realizing who she is when he puts the moves on her). But at least Theon has a dad: On the Kingsroad, Arya Stark’s only way to feel close to Ned is reminiscing with Gendry about the time he was interrogated by the Hand of the King. And far, far to the north, Jon Snow is still getting the cold shoulder from his stand-in father figure Lord Commander Mormont for mouthing off in front of Craster, who’s officially the worst dad in Westeros. Jon makes the bad situation even worse by trying to investigate what happens to Craster's sons, and gets clubbed on the head for his troubles.

Even those without children had their heartstrings tugged. Littlefinger tries to comfort Ros as she mourns for baby Barra – by reminding her she is an investment that can be recouped in any number of perverse ways. Over on Dragonstone, Stannis Baratheon falls for the oldest line in the book when his in-house religious advisor/ ginger priestess drops her robe and promises him a son. As if having forsaken his own faith isn't enough, Stannis has now completely surrendered himself to the Lord of Light.

Of the Seven, the Father represents justice. Here's hoping that's still around the corner for this motley group.

April 02 2012

Game of Thrones Recap: ‘The North Remembers’

The first season of Game of Thrones ended with most of the characters facing dire circumstances, and Sunday night’s Season 2 premiere just cements Westeros’ reputation as a place where bad things happen to all people. Joffrey – a boss from hell whose mandatory birthday party features his employees fighting each other to the death – has only found new ways to abuse his power to the detriment of his entire family. Daenerys has traded in a curse-throwing blood witch for a pack of dragons that refuse to eat (this is momentarily convenient, however, as Dany leads her starving people across a sweltering wasteland). Even Jon Snow, who gave up the height of Northern luxury to freeze at Castle Black last year, has found a way to double down on discomfort by moving in with an incestuous wildling named Craster, who thinks Snow is “prettier than half my wives.”

It seems, in fact, that Tyrion might be the only person in all of Westeros who’s on an upswing. He at least makes his triumphant return to King’s Landing, which series creator D.B. Weiss discusses in HBO GO’s Interactive Viewing Experience. The dwarf was sent by his father with the job of preventing any more improvisational beheadings, but as David Sims points out on AVClub.com, Tyrion may want to leave the ending sequence of “The North Remembers” off his resume.

Over at Televisionary.com, Lace Jacobs observes that this episode is all about the nature of power and where it resides – whether in “The knowledge of a wise man? The sword of a warrior? The magnanimity of a king?” For now, at least, the answer is frighteningly simple: All over the freakin’ place.

David Benioff and D.B. Weiss go Inside the Episode:

Game of Thrones Viewer’s Guide Updated for Season 2

The season premiere of GOT introduces plenty of new faces, and even the familiar characters from Season 1 have gone through a lot of changes (or met the end of a sword).  So for the second season, the Game of Thrones Viewer’s Guide has re-launched. And in addition to providing new character bios and family trees, it features a full map of Essos, a Season 1 catch-up guide, and map enhancements that fold the events of Season 2 onto the landscape of Westeros. Check out the Viewer’s Guide now!

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March 23 2012

More Season 2 Characters Revealed

Check out the new photos released for Season 2, including first looks at Margaery Tyrell, Jaqen H'Gar, and some of the other new characters that will be introduced when Season 2 premieres on April 1.

Click the photo above to view the slideshow on HBO.com

March 15 2012

Making Game of Thrones: Weapons

 Tommy Dunne delves into the increasing complexity of the on-screen weaponry in the second season.

March 11 2012

Season 2 Trailer: The More You Love

In Westeros, love comes at a cost.
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March 04 2012

Season 2 Trailer: Seven Devils

 "Power resides where men believe it resides." Watch the latest trailer for Season 2 of Game of Thrones.

February 21 2012

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February 09 2012

New Character Photos for Season 2

The second season of ‘Game of Thrones’ is getting closer, and HBO.com has published 17 new images, which feature many of your favorite denizens of Westeros. Also, you’ll get your first look at Brienne, Melisandre and some of the other new characters who will be introduced when GOT premieres on April 1.

Click the photo to go to HBO.com's gallery of images.

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November 21 2011

Season 2 - In Production

Show creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss take you behind the scenes for an exclusive look at the filming of Season 2.

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