George R.R. Martin makes some comments about the fate of Stannis Baratheon, leading to speculation about 'Game of Thrones' Season 6.
The sixth season of Game Of Thrones is currently filming, and fans of the show are looking for any clue into the status of their favorite characters. Of course, most of this chatter has revolved around whether Jon Snow is still alive or not. Show More Summary
Just call him Schrödinger's Baratheon. In a comment on his website, Song of Ice and Fire author George R. R. Martin confirmed to readers that while Game of Thrones' Stannis Baratheon may be dead, his book-Stannis is indeed alive. See...Show More Summary
There is another character who found his fate left in limbo during the finale. We didn?t learn the fate of Stannis Baratheon during the Season 5 finale. We also know the Game of Thrones producers have consulted with George R.R. Martin about where the books are eventually going.Click To Continue Reading
There was one question on the mind of millions of fans after the Game of Thrones Season 5 finale: Is Jon Snow really dead? We'll have to wait a few months for that answer, but George R.R. Martin - ever cantankerous, yet always happyShow More Summary
Well, this does cast some more confusion on whether another Game of Thrones character is really dead. Remember how, at the end of season five, Brienne is about to kill Stannis, but the camera pulls away, and his death becomes somewhat...Show More Summary
The award winning HBO series Game of Thrones, based on George R.R. Martin's fantasy novels, has a reputation for eliciting outrage from nearly everyone who encounters it. Fans are forced to sit idly by as their favorite characters are systematically beheaded, impaled or roasted by dragons week after painful week. Show More Summary
There's been a lot of speculation about the fate of certain Game Of Thrones characters that appeared to be dead at the end of the season 5 finale! In the world of the hit HBO fantasy series, fans tend to follow the rule that a character isn't really dead until you see a dead body — [...]
The good news: George R. R. Martin just revealed that a major character is still alive in the Game of Thrones books. The bad news: it is most definitely not the character we...
"Game of Thrones" fans, we thought we had George R.R. Martin figured out, but now it turns out we know even less than Jon Snow. The theory about Jon Snow's parentage is the most popular one out there. At this point, everyone pretty much accepts and expects R+L=J to happen, meaning Snow's parents are actually Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. Show More Summary
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Fans of A Song of Ice and Fire are wondering when the sixth book, the Winds of Winter, will be released. George R.R. Martin gives no confirmation and says he is not worried that the HBO series has caught up with his books.
With season 6 coming next year, it seems that the pace of series may be coming on faster than the novels; however, George R.R. Martin seems to have accepted this.
But he’s surprisingly OK with it.
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George R.R. Martin has confirmed that Game Of Thrones will finish first on TV. While this may send fans of the Game Of Thrones books into a tizzy, what does this revelation mean for Game Of Thrones Season 6 through 8? Never mind, how...Show More Summary
'Game of Thrones' author George R.R. Martin used to worry about the TV show timeline, but says its out of his hands.
Game of Thrones will finish on television before author George R. R. Martin completes the series in print. According to the Huffington Post, the super popular HBO has caught up to where Martin’s last book, left off, and with two more books (The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring) left to go, Martin ‘Game Of Thrones’ Will Finish: George R.R. Show More Summary
As HBO's Game of Thrones progresses, and speedily does so, it has become more clear that Martin?s final novel in his book series will not hit the shelves prior to a Game of Thrones series finale-- and from the sound of it, Martin really isn?t worried. Click To Continue Reading