Now that Game of Thrones has wrapped up its dramatic sixth season, we're all stuck waiting another year to experience the magic of Westeros... or are we? According to top travel site TripAdvisor, interest in GoT-inspired vacations has skyrocketed, with ten filming locations from the show topping travelers' bucket lists. Show More Summary
The end of Season 6 of Game of Thrones was not kind to its bad guys. Two of Westeros' biggest a-holes were offed when Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon) took a dog to the face and Arya (Maisie Williams) put a hole in Walder Frey's (David Bradley) turkey neck, giving fans reason to celebrate. But did we ever... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones
Westeros may be heading toward a matriarchy, but the Game of Thrones director's chair is not the Iron Throne: Just as in seasons five and six, season seven will have no female directors. Entertainment Weekly reports that the seventh season, slated to air in 2017, will be helmed by alums Alan ... More »
Australia's capital city, Canberra, isn't regarded as the country's most thrilling city. You'll mostly just find bureaucrats milling about as it's the hub of the country's government. But this genius rework of the Game of Thrones title...Show More Summary
Spoilers ahead… It was the season finale of Game of Thrones this week which means not only do we have to wait another year before we return to Westeros, we will also be left waiting for new episodes of Gay of Thrones. ICYMI – Winter Is He… Read The post The ‘Gay of Thrones’ Recap of the Season 6 Finale Is Here: ‘The Twinks of Weho’ – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Warning: "Game of Thrones" spoilers ahead. Our last ranking of the best leaders on Game of Thrones turned into a real song of ice and fire. That's because Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen topped the list for best leaders in Westeros. Yeah, it's cliché as seven hells, but predictability isn't always a bad thing. Show More Summary
We have finally come to the end. It's been a big season with a few very flat notes, but there's been huge movement in a lot of plots. The world of Westeros and Essos have changed dramatically in the last...
Winter has finally come to Westeros and the end is neigh. Yes, Game of Thrones fans, Sunday’s season six finale really did signal the HBO fantasy drama nearing its end-game as various pieces of the puzzle moved into their final positions—such...Show More Summary
Sorry, I still have a Game of Thrones hangover, so when I watch this beautiful drone footage that gives sweeping views of castles across Europe, I see the map of Westeros in the opening credits come alive. Some of these castles are in...Show More Summary
Heres what will likely happen next season in Westeros. WARNING: Spoilers abound.
Westeros remains engulfed by banditry and political turmoil. In King's Landing the Faith of the Seven has gained tremendous power and inflicted moral shame even on Cersei Lannister, the Queen Regent. A new age of religious dominance seems nigh in Westeros. Show More Summary
Season six of Game of Thrones ends with Daenerys Targaryen finally heading toward Westeros, ready to claim her birthright of the Iron Throne. It's not going to be easy, given the fact that Cersei sits on it now and there will be many...Show More Summary
In the wake of last night’s season finale, the Westeros political scene looks very different than the sausage fest of six seasons ago. While the show has always been full of tough ladies, this season we saw the women of the Seven Kingdoms maneuvering themselves into positions of power in ... More »
An explosive season finale killed several key characters and set the tables for an invasion of dragons. The Scorecard counts the bodies and delivers more Crying Jordans than Westeros can handle. This 'Game of Thrones' discussion is written by someone who has read George R.R. Show More Summary
This article contains plot details of the season six finale of “Game of Thrones” WEAK men will never rule in Westeros again. Or so the finale of the sixth series of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” suggests, as it shows its female characters ascending to the highest reaches of power.
Game over! For now, anyway. After Sunday's explosive season finale, we're only an estimated 13 episodes away from learning the fate of Westeros and all of its inhabitants — human, dragon, zombie, and otherwise. With the stakes so high and the scope so wide, it's hard to remember that, once ... More »
Revenge is a dish best served in pie form. But, as delicious as Frey pies are, House Slate hosts Marc Faletti and Amanda Marcotte worry that the drive for vengeance is turning the women of Westeros into stone-hearted killers. Jon Snow is crowned King of the North, but little does he know, he was born King of all Westeros. Show More Summary
Throughout Season 6, “Game of Boners”—Jezebel’s somewhat cheeky/maybe derisive tag for our Game of Thrones reviews—became, increasingly, a misnomer. As we motored into the third act of this truly astonishing odyssey, there’s been nary a boner at all—and relative to other seasons, not even all that much killing, save for a genocide here and there. Show More Summary
The Game of Thrones Season 6 finale was so good, that many viewers are already looking ahead to Season 7, and what may happen when they get to return to Westeros for the penultimate season. After watching the epic Season 6 finale, Game of Thrones fans have been left with so many unanswered questions about... Show More Summary
Sunday night, the world turned to the world of Westeros and saw nearly every major storyline take a massive jump forward. Season 6 spoilers below, of course. And while watching the episode Twitter exploded with excitement, in the 12 hours since people have had time to formulate some jokes. Show More Summary