The “Game of Thrones” eighth-season premiere’s audience on streaming services nearly doubled compared with the show’s Season 7 opener in July 2017.
The final season of "Game of Thrones" began with an episode dedicated to reunions, and Jon Snow caught up with the rest of us about his parents.
The opening of "Game of Thrones'" final season sees Daenerys and Jon Snow arrive in the north for a segment that could be called 'How to Train Your Dragon Rider.' Meanwhile, Cersei manipulates, Sam faces choices and Arya and Sansa are suspicious.
"Game of Thrones" premiered Friday in Belfast, the Northern Ireland city it has (mostly) called home for the past decade.
Ending a major hit show is not easy for any network. But the departure of “Game of Thrones,” which begins its eighth and farewell season on Sunday comes at a critical crossroads for HBO.
After nearly two years off the air, the eighth and final season of HBO’s fantasy epic “Game of Thrones” premieres Sunday. Here’s when and how to watch it.
When you binge-watch seven seasons of “Game of Thrones” in three weeks, you need to be prepared for a few things. Namely, there will be certain scenes you will find too painful to watch again. Or at least I did.
As 'Game of Thrones' ends, streaming and cable outlets are racing to offer the next pop culture-defining blockbuster. Here are seven that are in the works.
Who will win the 'Game of Thrones'? The case for Daenerys Targaryen — the Breaker of Chains, the Mother of Dragons, the great Khaleesi and the rightful ruler of the seven kingdoms.
In "Game of Thrones," there's a case to be made for Jon Snow, a onetime bastard of Winterfell who has proven his ability to lead, inspire and fight against all odds for the people of Westeros, to be the ruler of the seven kingdoms.
Every character has changed in "Game of Thrones" but only Sansa seems capable of understanding the difference between being a ruler and actually ruling.
Bran has been the longtime favorite to win the iron throne in "Game of Thrones." But as the end of the series approaches the case for Bran has weakened. And yet...Greg Braxton makes the case for Bran.
Ahead of Sunday's premiere of Season 8 of "Game of Thrones," watch this three-minute video refresher to get caught up on the HBO series.
Fans impatient for "Game of Thrones" to return have made their own "GoT" fan films, building out the universe and becoming part of a beloved franchise. TV critic Robert Lloyd reviews 10 of the most worthy.
The cast of "Game of Thrones," including Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Isaac Hempstead Wright and Gwendoline Christie, looks back on the often brutal HBO series that became a global sensation.
"Game of Thrones" returns for its final season with the promise of more violence and heartbreak — and, of course, killing off favorite characters. It's the ultimate audience manipulation. Why so many of us—lefty snowflakes and MAGA-hat wearers alike—can't wait to be abused again by TV's best drama.
If it's sharp and killed or maimed someone on "Game of Thrones," then weapons master Tommy Dunne probably made it. How he became the show's go-to sword guy.
An interview with Camilla Naprous who as the horse master on all eight seasons of "Game of Thrones," was responsible for the care and coordination of the show's many equine stars
An interview with David J. Peterson, who invented the languages Dothraki and High Valyrian that are used in "Game of Thrones," and then went on to create many other languages for TV shows and movies.
With the eighth and final season of "Game of Thrones" set to begin April 14, there's a lot of catching up to do. Here are 10 things culture columnist Mary McNamara learned from re-watching the crucial first season.
Emmy Award-winning "Game of Thrones" costume designer Michele Clapton teamed up with London-based jewelry designers Yunus Ascott and Eliza Higginbottom to make the series' handcrafted jewelry available to "GOT" fans.
HBO is expanding the "Game of Thrones" universe with a flurry of collaborations as the series comes to a close. The show's final season starts April 14.
The final season of the HBO fantasy series "Game of Thrones" premiered Wednesday night in New York City, drawing a bevy of its stars, including Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington and author George R. R. Martin.
Emilia Clark, a.k.a. Daenerys Targaryen on "Game of Thrones," told her mother how the hit HBO show ends, but it wasn't too big a risk, the actress told Stephen Colbert on Tuesday.
There's a reason "Game of Thrones" is so popular. It's a fantasy, and there's not a more influential or powerful genre in the world. So why do we continually have to rediscover it?