Seven seasons of Game of Thrones and five books in the A Song of Ice and Fire series have taught us much about Westeros and the many, many, many people who’ve died horribly there. However, with just one season left (unless any of the proposed spinoffs end up airing), there’s still a ton that we, like Jon Snow, know nothing about. Here are some of the biggest remaining mysteries that we hope the showrunners (or George R.R. Martin himself) clear up for us in the time remaining.
The Recording Academy has announced the 60th annual Grammy nominees and Game of Thrones is one of them…
As always, Game of Thrones has been busy in Moneyglass, Northern Ireland of late! And based on the newest pics, after months of preparations, it looks like cameras are finally rolling at the set that serves as Winterfell each year.
One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them, One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them. Amazon sealed the deal and bought the rights to Lord of the Rings.
Laws are clear and must be complied with, but sometimes the alderman messes up. The new edition of year calendar Snoecks bundles laws that apply in certain states of the United States. Bizar!
The White Walkers have breached the wall, and Westeros could be doomed. In a recent interview actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau – playing Jaime Lannister – hinted something very shocking could be waiting for us in the next and last season 8 of Game of Thrones.
Game of Thrones fans will remember Ned Stark’s horrific beheading scene from series one that left fans shocked for days, but a new theory may prove that the character is still very much alive.