The newly released script puts to rest some of the speculation surrounding the final season of HBO's epic fantasy drama.
It was an accident. No, really.
The Iron Throne was melted by accident. No, really.
I didn’t get Succession until I realized it was a show about Sansa Stark telling Uncle Edmure to “please sit.”
Visual effects wizard Sven Martin tells CNET the secrets of season 8's incendiary ending.
We’ve had roughly two months to chew on the divisive final season of Game Of Thrones, and whether it’s dulled or brightened in your mind is your own damn business. If you’re still grappling with what some have called a pat, irreverent, and wildly disappointing finale, though, it might help to read its script, which popped up online after writers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss received an Emmy nomination for it. That’s exactly what The Ringer’s Riley McAtee did, and, folks, his takeaways aren’t...
There were a lot of interesting ideas in Game of Thrones’ final episode, albeit ones dramatically rushed into, with disregard for actually setting them up over the course of a season (or several seasons) of television. Now, you can see some of the processes behind getting to where we got at the end of all things Game of Thrones yourself, via the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. And it’s
Now that the HBO series is over, George R.R. Martin is feeling good about the future of A Song of Ice and Fire.
Maisie Williams' character famously faces off with the Night King
Some 'Game of Thrones' fans wanted Sansa Stark to land on the Iron Throne. Sophie Turner didn't, and she should know what Sansa wanted — she grew up playing her.
One of the film's characters hated the way the show ended
Algunos fanáticos de'Game of Thrones' querían que Sansa Stark aterrizara en el Trono de Hierro. Sophie Turner no lo hizo, y debería saber lo que Sansa quería - creció jugando con ella.