Winter has definitely arrived for "Game of Thrones" and its fans, and they're bummed.
Not only has it been months since the show's sixth season aired, but the show's seventh season will be arriving later than usual. The producers had to start production later this year in order to catch the — you guessed it — winter season in real life.
So what now? What could fill the void "Thrones" has left behind in our lives and TV schedules?
Business Insider worked with Taykey, an advertising technology company that can pinpoint specific audiences and analyze what's trending for them, to discover which shows hardcore "Game of Thrones" fans talk about when they're not talking about "Thrones.