On May 26 alone, there were more than 2.3 million TV-related tweets. That included over 600,000 for that night's NBA game, 230,000+ for The Bachelorette and nearly 58,000 for Arrested Development. And that's just the tip of the social TV iceberg.
Fans of the HBO show: these castle-themed hotels in the fantasy series' filming locations of Ireland, Scotland, Morocco, Malta and Croatia are for you.
If one manages to look beyond the incendiary swashbuckling and dragon hatchlings perched atop naked women, it becomes apparent that Game of Thrones is chock full of science.
If your idea of a "match" involves someone who enjoys suburbia, clichés and saying exactly the same damn thing everyone else says, you've found your Match.
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The season's last episode, "Mhysa," leaves us, and the denizens of Westeros, in a delicate situation. As some readers may already know, the show's creators decided to split the third book into two seasons -- this season, and next season. As a result, we get the feeling that there are a lot of unresolved issues.
If you've read the Song of Ice and Fire series then you're probably just as pissed as I am at the Season 3 finale of Game of Thrones. I understand tha...
People watch "Game of Thrones" for different reasons. If you're a fifteen-year-old boy, you probably watch for the gratuitous nudity. But if you ask me, the real stars of the show aren't Khaleesi's breasts, they're the exotic weapons that we meet in every episode.
With each Game of Thrones episode we struggle with whom to invest our emotions so that we're not left with that aching numbness in the pit of our collective stomachs when a favorite character dies. One character I'm especially worried about is Daenerys Targaryen.
The recent furor in Christian circles about George R. R. Martin's magical and medieval-like world of Westeros reveals one of the unspoken dividing lines between two very different understandings of Christianity.
While I affirm the right of any Christian to boycott a product, show or the like, and even to explain why in the public square, I'm weary of the heavy-handed tendency of Christians to slap the "anti-Christian" label on anything they find objectionable.
While everyone else was completely flipping out about the Red Wedding on Sunday night, it seems that some devout readers of George R.R. Martin's series were not quite phased by it. In fact, they were pretty unaffected by most major moments in film and television. Lighten up, guys!
The Starks are a family out of step - and out of touch - with the world they live in. They represent the traditional "heroes" of high fantasy - honorable, just, true, romantic, and loyal.
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If you didn't cry during "Rains of Castamere," you either weren't paying attention or don't have a heart. The ninth episodes of the past two seasons of "Game of Thrones" were powerful and sad and epic, but this was far more epic, sad and powerful still. And bold!
I can't decide if I envy or pity those of you who didn't know what was coming in this episode ... In truth, knowing that the episode would end the way it did cast a pall over everything that came before.