“Game of Thrones” Finale Up

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The season finale of Game of Thrones delivered huge ratings for HBO last evening. The extended episode pulled in 4.2 million viewers during its inaugural broadcast at 9 p.m. ET. With additional airings that night, the episode already averages a total 5.1 million viewers.

“Game of Thrones: Valar Morghulis” — A Slice of SciFi Review

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Warning: If you haven’t seen the last few episodes of Game of Thrones, there are SPOILERS for all of them, including last night’s season finale, ahead! If you don’t want to know what happens, turn back now!

“Game of Thrones” Season Finale Will Run Long

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DVR alert!

The second season finale of Game of Thrones will run ten minutes longer Sunday evening. So if you don’t want to miss the final moments of season two, you may need to double check your DVR settings.

“Game of Thrones” Adding More Characters For Season Three

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As the second season of Game of Thrones reaches its epic conclusion this Sunday evening, you may be curious to know who will enter the story for season three.

io9 Asks If “Game of Thrones” Gratuitous Sex Is Worse Than Gratuitous Violence?

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One critic has coined the phrase sexposition for certain scenes on HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones.

And yes, the series does feature a lot of sex and gratuitous nudity.

But is that better or worse than using gratuitous violence?

“Game of Thrones” Credits Given Lego Treatment

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A couple of weeks ago, The Simpsons paid homage to the opening credits for Game of Thrones.

Now the credits have been immortalized in Legos.

“Game of Thrones: Game of Bones” — A Slice of SciFi Review

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Reviewed by Michael Hickerson (Slice of SciFi Editor) If you can’t show every single battle on the show due to time constraints and budget limitations, at least you can make the lack of screen battles interesting.*  That’s how “Garden of Bones” starts out this week, showing us the lead-up to and the aftermath of Robb […]

Game of Thrones: What Is Dead May Never Die — A Slice of SciFi Review

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As we saw last week, Tyrion clearly realizes that not everyone at King’s Landing who claims loyalty to the Hand of the King is going to follow through and actually be loyal. He replaced the head of the Night’s Watch last week and this week he finds out which of his trusted advisers has loose lips.

Martin Talks “Game of Thrones” Season Three

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Now that HBO has renewed Game of Thrones for a third season, author George R.R. Martin is teasing fans a bit with some details about what to expect from the fantasy series in the future.

“Game of Thrones: What is Dead May Never Die” Preview

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HBO has sent out a sneak peek at this weekend’s new Game of Thrones. GAME OF THRONES: (9:00-12:00 p.m. ET) — “What Is Dead May Never Die” Tyrion tries to find allies with the promises of marriage. Cat, as Robb’s envoy, tries to forge an alliance with King Renly, who has his own plans. Bran […]

HBO Renews “Game of Thrones”

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A Storm of Swords is coming.

HBO gave the green light to a third season of Game of Thrones yesterday.

“Game of Thrones” Holds Viewers

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The second episode of season two of Game of Thrones was off just a bit in viewership, but it was still solid enough that an announcement for a second season can’t be far off.

“Game of Thrones: The Night Lands” — A Slice of SciFi Review

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Another week, another king laying claim to power in the kingdom of Westeros. As Cersei points out, that makes at least five people trying to claim power in the kingdom. And that doesn’t even take into account Dany with her dragons across the sea.

“Game of Thrones” Has Huge Opening

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The epic fantasy series Game of Thrones had a huge opening for HBO Sunday evening. The second season opened to the highest ratings to date for the show with 3.9 million viewers tuning in for the first showing at 9 p.m.

“Game of Thrones: The North Remembers” — A Slice of SciFi Review

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The first season of Game of Thrones was about introducing viewers to the rich fantasy world created by George R.R. Martin, creating a level of comfort to the universe of Westerios. And then taking that rug and pulling it firmly out from under the viewers.

As season two gets underway, we’re familiar with most of the players in the game, but there are new rules and new faces coming into the power struggle going on all across Westerios.