In the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, where summers span decades and winters can last a lifetime, the Great Houses (Stark, Baratheon, Targaryen, Lannister, Greyjoy, Arryn, Martell, Tully and Tyrell) fight among themselves for a right to rule the Iron Throne. Beyond the Wall and across the Narrow Sea bigger threats are rising until its a right moment to take a revenge. Based on R.R. Martin's novels.
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And the new season starts off well. Show has lots of characters and plotlines.
I have been avidly awaiting the start of season 2, cause season 1 was brilliant. There are lots of new characters, but not as much information about who they are and what is going on. Things are moving very fast, and I don't feel I have as much of a grip on things as I did in season 1. Will have to wait and see how it goes.
I'm still reading the book "Clash of Kings" and I'll start watching only when I'm finished, Hopefully by that time, the season's almost finished, I couldn't stand to have to wait a whole week between episodes... How are y'all coping with the waiting?
That is the tough part, but I am actually re-watching the previous episode before watching the new one, so I know I haven,t missed anything. I would in some ways like to get them all and then watch them, but the temptation would be too much for me.
Game on! Thrones gets third season
Game of Thrones is getting another season, HBO has officially announced.
Though most people assumed the hit fantasy series would be back again - it's been receiving rapturous reviews and great ratings - its third season is now guaranteed.
Ratings for the second season premiere hit a series high, with an accumulated gross audience of 8.3 million viewers in the US over the episodes' multiple airings.
Series creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss raised our expectations for the second season - and then surpassed them," President of HBO Programming, Michael Lombardo, said in a statement.
"We are thrilled by all the viewer and media support we've received for the series, and can't wait to see what Dan and David have in store for next season."
If Benioff and Weiss continue to follow the pattern they've established in the first two seasons, then the third season of Game of Thrones will takes its story lines from the third book in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, titled A Storm of Swords.
Swords is one of the longest books in the series and many believe that in order to fit all the events into the television series it would need to be spread out over more than one season. Benioff and Weiss have spoken openly in the media about the idea of playing it out over the course of two 10-episode seasons.
The first two seasons have managed to fit in most of the events of the first two books. However, HBO has not yet greenlit a fourth season.
The idea of playing out the books over multiple seasons will probably be a relief to Martin, who is hard at work on the sixth book in the series, but has said that it'll take him a couple more years to finish it. Nothing like the locomotive of a TV series in production to spur an author's output
been really good so far this season
I'm actually liking this season more. :)
I can see the writers making Aria's character a main one soon or in the future. :)
I agree, I haven't read the books so have no future view of what will happen, but can see her playing a pivotal role in events.
where are the episodes?
Please read my post by clinking on the link
the part "I am having a problem viewing an episode"
Thanks @iwatchtv, appreciate the help
So for Game of Thrones - NO EPISODES AT ALL!!
Very frustrating, I went on the sharetv.com forum on "having a problem viewing an episode" but there are no episodes to view. What is the point of putting up all 4 seasons with brief summaries of each of the 10 episodes but NONE available to view. Disappointed.