What kind of story will Game of Thrones ultimately be?
After a devastating tragedy, Daenerys and Jon move toward an alliance.
Alliances in Westeros are more fraught than ever.
“The Spoils of War” sets up delicious new tensions to unravel.
Lady Olenna doesn’t need Valyrian steel to slay.
If Arya returns to Winterfell, will she also return to her hopeful self?
A rich beginning to what’s sure to be an exciting season.
Through many of the story lines, there was a sense that what we were seeing was the consequence of past actions.
Game of Thrones explored some new emotional territory.
It feels odd to describe a relentless 15-minute action scene as luxurious, but that’s how it felt.
Several plotlines build to points we’ve seen coming for a while now.
This is the self that Sansa has been building to, step by step, for nearly a season now.
Moms — silly mamas, mean mamas, dead but loving mama bears — were all over the place.
What sinister fate lies ahead for the cutest little button-face in all of the North?
Big changes are in store for the Stark children.
What do you do when all your plans fall apart — when you, in essence, run out of script?
The mere sight of two girls walking alone through dense, black woods probably triggered that anticipatory stomach burble you’ve been missing these past ten months.
And now our watching is ended (for now).
The mighty Wall is a fragile pane of ice separating society from chaos.
Trial by combat time, and Oberyn did his best Cirque du Soleil impression of Inigo Montoya.