'Game of Thrones' Season 4 and beyond: 10 reasons to keep watching

Yes, the Red Wedding has finally happened. It was horrible, and tears were shed. This traumatic and brutal event will go down in history as being one of the most infamous things to happen on a scripted television show. But while it's surely devastating, it isn't a reason to stop watching "Game of Thrones." When myself and those close to me first read the Red Wedding in George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series, we hit a figurative wall where we wondered why we were even bothering to read this story that so consistently broke our hearts.Martin has said that response is pretty common. If you're feeling the same way about the TV series right now, here's something that might encourage you to keep watching: things get better. No, really -- "Game of Thrones" recovers from the Red Wedding, and it recovers in some pretty awesome ways. Here are some teases...



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