Always a pleasure to have Boston.com’s Perry Eaton in studio for a chat. After we talked a bit about Pearl Jam at Fenway and Perry’s new podcast, he filled us in on Game of Thrones live and Narragansett’s new Bananagrams-themed brew. More
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SPOILER ALERT: Major plot points of the season premiere of Game of Thrones are revealed in this post.
Thrones has returned and a major character was killed. Obviously. More
Game of Thrones has never thought twice about sending characters to their demise. The suspense of who lives and who dies remains to always be an exciting element and two students at Olin College just outside of Boston decided to explore it.
Mad Men and Game of Thrones are coming. The Walking Dead and Justified are wrapping up. Let’s talk TV with Sarah Rodman of the Boston Globe. More
Fans have always had the pleasure of Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin penning an episode for each season of the show. He recently announced on his blog, however, that he will be opting out of seasons five and six to focus on Winds of Winter, the sixth novel in the series.
Surprise! There’s going to be a lot of flesh, blood, and political maneuvering on the upcoming season of “Game of Thrones.”
If Game of Thrones is good at anything, it’s killing off characters and keeping fans on their toes. More
It may surprise you, but “Game of Thrones” author George RR Martin is a huge NFL fan. He’s an unabashed New York Giants backer, and roots for the Baltimore Ravens for their literary namesake, Edgar Allen Poe. But he’s not a fan of the Dallas Cowboys, and he hates the Patriots, especially Bill Belichick, who he calls “Evil Little Bill.” More
The Golden Globes show provided its traditional spectacle last night. A lot of movies and television shows won deserving awards, hosts Tina Few and Amy Poehler made some racy Bill Cosby jokes, Jennifer Lopez’s cleavage-baring dress accelerated puberty for 11-year-old boys everywhere, and Jennifer Lawrence skipped the whole thing to hang out in Boston instead. More
“Game of Thrones” is one of the most popular shows on television. But is it popular enough to charge fans money to see a trailer? More