Behind the scenes of the Tarly family barbecue in new “The Game Revealed” clip

HBO released yet another clip from the “Eastwatch”-focused The Game Revealed, the seven-part documentary series about season seven. HBO subscribers can watch the entire thing, while the remaining fans must content themselves with snippets like this one, which is all about Randyll and Dickon Tarly’s blazing farewell from Game of Thrones.

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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau says filming multiple endings for Game of Thrones Season 8 not likely

Given the major leaks that happened both before and during Season 7 of Game of Thrones and the immense pressure to keep Season 8 under wraps, you could be forgiven for believing that filming multiple endings would be a pragmatic approach — but since Thrones is the most expensive show on television, it’s not a practical one. […]

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Game of Thrones: The Complete Seventh Season Now Available for Digital Download – Win It Today!

This past season of Game of Thrones was massively game-changing, with all the shocks, drama and thrilling moments we’ve come to expect from the biggest show on television. Now we can bring it home again with the Digital Download release of Game of Thrones: The Complete Seventh Season, available today! Not only is the latest season now […]

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‘The Game Revealed’ goes behind the scenes of Jon and Drogon’s moment

Although fans are now suffering through the long, bleak period that is the offseason of Game of Thrones — not unlike the Long Night, although with less starvation — there’s still enough to keep us busy, from casting news to Hair Watch 2.0. HBO’s behind-the-scenes series The Game Revealed is one of the most interesting ways to kill time […]

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Acclaimed Director Miguel Sapochnik Could Return for Game of Thrones Season 8

There are few Game of Thrones directors with a repertoire as impressive as Miguel Sapochnik’s — he directed the low-key yet great “The Gift”, followed by the instant classics that were “Hardhome”, “Battle of the Bastards” and “The Winds of Winter”. He had great material to work with, of course, but that’s still an unbelievable […]

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