Briefly: Game of Thrones’s official Twitter account just posted the first few seconds of season five finished footage. The cryptic teaser announces its new website ThreeEyedRaven.com More »
The first teaser for "Game of Thrones" has arrived in the most mysterious and sneaky of ways. On Tuesday, the official "GoT" Facebook page posted a video advertising a new Season 5 website and social media campaign in which the "three eyed raven" will give fans "visions" of the new season. Show More Summary
HBO has released its Game of Thrones Season 5 teaser, and boy, is it a tease. The video was posted yesterday on the show’s Facebook page, along with a link to a new website where fans are asked to sign up in order to receive “visions...Show More Summary
Winter is coming—all up in your DMs, anyway, if you sign up for what appears to be a long-form tease for the fifth season of Game Of Thrones. In a tweet also containing an enigmatic video, the show’s official Twitter feed told followers...Show More Summary
Even a three-eyed raven may have missed all the clues stuffed into the first teaser trailer for the fifth season of "Game of Thrones."
Quoth the raven: Winter is coming? On Tuesday, the official Game of Thrones Twitter page posted links toThreeEyedRaven.com. "Follow the Three Eyed Raven. Gain the power of #TheSight," the tweet reads, along with Season 3 footage of Melisandre...Show More Summary
The first teaser video for the fifth season of “Game of Thrones” is out, but don’t get too excited. The […]
Despite being months from the spring 2015 premiere of Game of Thrones' fifth season, HBO is teasing us with snippets of it In the 10-second clip, below, we get a glimpse of Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) running, stabbing and hiding, as...Show More Summary
The HBO series launches a new Twitter-based site for fans promising "visions of the future."
Season five is coming!
It feels like there’s a decade between each season of Game of Thrones, but now we’re starting to see a trickle… Read More
We still have a few months to go before the hotly anticipated fifth season of Game Of Thrones premieres, but HBO is already starting to get fans excited for the Spring 2015 premiere of season 5. On Tuesday afternoon, the official Game Of Thrones Twitter account posted a short video to Twitter along with a cryptic message. Show More Summary
You now have the power of #TheSight
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We're eating up everything about Game of Thrones season five - like those spoilery on-set pictures - so this tweet from the show's Twitter account has us especially intrigued. The embedded video has footage of Aria and a voice-over from Melisandre saying, "I see a darkness in you," and then the video points to a website, threeeyedraven.com. Show More Summary
Game of Thrones just launched ThreeEyedRaven.com, a promotional site for Season 5 with some brand-new footage. Hit the jump to check it out!