If you’re scrambling for last-minute gift ideas for your fellow Game of Thrones obsessives — or for yourself, we won’t judge — then The Night’s Cast, the official podcast of Watchers on the Wall, is here with some suggestions! Four of them, in fact, as long as you’re of legal drinking age.
Season 6 had one of the saddest and most poignant scenes in all of Game of Thrones, so we expected to be teary-eyed on the newest episode of The Night’s Cast, the official podcast of Watchers on the Wall, when we were joined by very special guest Sam Coleman — thankfully, there was a lot more laughter than there were tears!
It might go without saying — and in fact it may have been said already — but Iain Glen (Jorah Mormont) put it out there nonetheless: the producers of Game of Thrones are really, really worried about Season 8 spoilers getting out.
EW‘s cover story last month gave us an inside look into the final Game of Thrones season through the eyes of James Hibberd, but it appears that report wasn’t enough for him and so he’s decided to reveal even more about his final set visits. Among his teases, there’s the possibility that a first trailer for the final season could be coming soon!
Boldly going where no one has gone before, Richard Madden (Robb Stark) made his very educated guess as to where Game of Thrones will conclude its storyline. In speaking with The Hollywood Reporter about his new miniseries, global megahit, Bodyguard, as has often become the trend with actors to graduate from the school of GOT, every time they get out, they get pulled Right. Back. In.
The fun began yesterday with part one of A Game of Whisky Tasting and Trivia, and will carry on today as we exclusively unveil the final four videos in the series! Showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss sample the official Game of Thrones Single Malt Scotch Whisky Collection (announced a couple months back and available nationwide now wherever spirits are sold) while fielding trivia questions about the show and its characters. This time, D&D take on Houses Stark, Baratheon, Greyjoy and Tyrell. How did they do? Watch and find out!
Chalk this up to the influence of being the world’s most-watched TV show: despite not airing since August of 2017, Game of Thrones was cable provider Comcast’s number one video-on-demand (VOD) show of 2018, according to figures from the company.
One of the most fun additions to the Game of Thrones merch scene this year was the introduction of a Thrones-themed collection of single malt whiskies, celebrating the Great Houses of Westeros, the Night’s Watch, and our chilly friends in the North. Showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss get in on the fun now with a brand new series of videos debuting here! Over the next two days, Watchers on the Wall is happy to share with you D&D tasting each malt while answering trivia.
The Game of Thrones Single Malt Scotch Whisky Collection is available nationwide now wherever fine spirits are sold, so get it while you can. For collecting or for drinking- it’s your call.
First up for the taste-test? A liquor inspired by an organization close to our hearts…
Slaughter at weddings, crossbow bolts in the privy, skulls crushed by giant hands — we’re well aware by now that no one is safe on Game Of Thrones. While that will likely stay true until the very end, an Australian medical journal has published research on the factors that influence how those left alive have made it so far.
Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition continues, at long last! This detailed look at the authentic props, costumes and set decorations from Game of Thrones first showed up in Barcelona, which we reviewed here at Watchers, but if you didn’t have the opportunity to attend, you will have another one soon, and at the headquarters of the Game of Thrones production, no less, in the same month the show returns for a final time!