Executive producer and writer David Benioff spoke to Entertainment Weekly about their win, and the controversial season five.
“We never set out to offend anyone,” Benioff says. “To try to offend anyone would be juvenile, but to be afraid to offend people would be cowardly. There were people saying they were never going to watch again. We’re just trying to tell the story the best we can. This means a lot, it’s a very nice feeling.”
Backstage after his win for Outstanding Supporting Actor, Peter Dinklage talked to USA Today about overcoming challenges when growing up.
“I had really great parents, and some really great teachers. And that’s all you need really,” the actor said.
Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams prove in this interview that no chicken is safe near a Game of Thrones cast member. John Bradley, Conleth Hill, and Alfie Allen also turn up sharing what show they’d like to see their characters on.
Sophie shares what TV show she herself would like to guest on.
Maisie Williams tries to convince everyone that Jon Snow is dead for good in this interview.
Gwendoline Christie discusses the progression of women’s roles:
Sophie Turner discuss Game of Thrones and the feminist nature of the show.
Entertainment Tonight asks the Game of Thrones cast the eternal question: “Is Jon Snow dead?”