How does a show top killing off its main character? For Game of Thrones , that was the challenge after the shocking death of Ned Stark, but the show somehow managed to get even better.
They added freaking dragons. DRAGONS! http://www.buddytv.com/article more
If there was any doubt at the end of "Baelor" let there be none now: Ned is dead. His head, under the blood-covered sword, left no doubt. Somehow, within a very short period of time, the entire Stark family knew of Ned's murder. Sansa fainted as she watch more
Given that the 'Game of Thrones' season finale began by showing us several characters reacting to last week's major death, I thought it would be appropriate to begin this week's discussion with one reader's reaction to the heartstopping scene we witnessed more
"Game of Thrones" just wrapped up its terrific first season, and I have a review of the finale coming up (and, for anyone who DVR'ed "The Killing" finale but hasn't seen it yet, I briefly discuss my opinion of it in a non-spoiler-y fashion), just as soon more
Each week, Vulture brings you a postshow analysis from Game of Thrones newbie Margaret Lyons and George R.R. Martin superfan Adam Pasick. This week: the episode that changes everything! Or does it?
MARGARET LYONS : Well, that happened. Poor Ned. "You t more
GAME OF THRONES “Baelor” Season 1 Episode 9 – Ever since I heard that HBO was going to adapt George RR Martin’s series A Song of Ice and Fire for the television screen, a number of thoughts went through my head, mainly concerning the casting choices be more
After watching the fourth episode of 'Game of Thrones,' I won't lie to you, I was feeling downcast. As I indicated in my reviews of episodes 2, 3 and 4, and as I indicated in my overall review of the first six episodes, I saw problems in this adaptation, more
A review of tonight's "Game of Thrones" coming up just as soon as I play a game that has the potential for losing fingers... "But I grew up with soldiers. I learned how to die a long time ago." -Ned "The Wire" was often referred to as "a novel for t more