Is "Game of Thrones" our new "Sopranos"?
After season four debuted on Sunday, HBO revealed that the episode was watched by more people than the 2007 series finale of its landmark TV show.
In case it was unclear, "Game of Thrones" actress Natalie Dormer doesn't have a problem with nudity.
Which, you know, probably comes in handy since the HBO fantasy series is as well known for showing breasts as it is for showing bloodshed.
George R.R. Martin - the guy whose book series spawned our TV addiction "Game of Thrones" - has just raised our hopes sky-high.
The author has suggested that a smart way to wrap up HBO's "Game of Thrones" series when the time comes would be to transfer the saga to the big screen.
"Game of Thrones" really knows how to take care of its fans.
To prepare the masses anxiously counting down to the debut of season four, there's a new trailer - and this one's no tease.
On the contrary, we get a full 15 minute-look behind the scenes of season four, including interviews with the cast and crew. "Game of Thrones" isn't returning to HBO until April 6, but this clip should help ease the wait.
We've had enough time to recover from The Red Wedding that we've come full circle into counting the days until "Game of Thrones" returns.
HBO (which shares a parent company with CNN) has announced that season four's brutality will commence on April 6.
Natalie Dormer is moving from one deadly "Game" to another.
The 31-year-old actress has been cast alongside Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth in the two-part finale of "The Hunger Games" saga, "Hunger Games: Mockingjay."
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