New Game of Thrones trailer! Season 7 awaits! I should really catch-up on this show!
Game of Thrones‘ eighth season will be its last. It’ll also be its shortest, by a considerable margin.
Game of Thrones, America’s favorite ruthlessly mediocre, incessantly nihilistic, gorgeously produced show has a return date. The seventh season arrives July 16. I’ll catch-up by then, if only to complain about the show and the extravagant and unwarranted praise it receives.
The biggest baddest villain from Game of Thrones has been cast in a key role in Marvel’s Inhumans TV series.
That Game of Thrones Prequel series that has been bandied about for a couple of years is still in development, according to HBO.
Angela Lansbury seems like a totally *natural* fit for, uh, Game of Thrones. Right?
Some epic as fuck music is coming to the epic bro-fuck as fuck Gears of War 4.
Game of Thrones has an end date, folks. Season 8. To me, this is a good thing. There is an end identified, the writers know how many seasons they have, how many episodes they have, and can begin steering the big nihilistic bastard towards its finish line.
Abridged Winter is coming, folks. As Game of Thrones winds down its blood-filled existence with two final seasons, it appears confirmed that they’ll both be shorter than the previous ones.
I’m currently catching up on Game of Thrones, after parting ways with the show during its fourth season. I was fairly confident I was going to finish watching all the missed episodes in time for the seventh season’s premiere. But now, I’m like, really confident.