The one thing you need to know about sword fighting is how immensely satisfying it is to hit someone in the head with a sword.
HBO’s international streaming services HBO Nordic and HBO España accidentally published next week’s episode of Game of Thrones yesterday, and right now the ep is quite easily reached by googling “Game of Thrones season 7 ep 6,” which Google will even autocomplete for you.
In our new series “Point Taken,” staff writers Patrick Austin and Nick Douglas debate life hacks, etiquette, and best practices. In this inaugural episode, we discuss the value of “skimming” prestige TV. Are you packing in more entertainment, or robbing art of its value? Nick thinks it’s fine to skim a show now and…
I bet you, like me, took a gander at the cloaks of the Night’s Watch on Game of Thrones and thought “Damn, if they weren’t so flea-infested and covered in the blood of the dead I’d wear that in a heartbeat. Where do I even get a cloak like that?” Well you can fashion a cloak of your own the same way the show’s costume…
Game of Thrones’ latest season premiers tonight on HBO and you know what that means. HBO Go will crash, you won’t get to watch it tonight, and your Twitter feed will just be pictures of Cersei that are captioned “RIP.” Twitter has offered a reminder about its mute function as well some key terms to add so that you can…
Everyone is freaking out about the season seven premiere of Game of Thrones—and you’re totally behind. Don’t worry, you can catch up and be ready to watch with all your friends in no time.
Happy weekend, and welcome back to 3-Ingredient Happy Hour, the weekly drink column featuring super simple yet delicious libations. This week we’re stirring up a stiff one in preparation for the season premier of a very stressful program: Game of Thrones.
Season 7 of HBO’s Game of Thrones premieres this Sunday, giving you just enough time to figure out where to place your bets in your death pool and how to watch the show without needing your cousin’s boyfriend’s mom’s account information. It’s pretty easy—as long as you’ve got $15 per month.
Game of Thrones returns on Sunday. You’ve got your ingredients to make a Crows’ Old Fashioned, your bowl of dire wolf chow for snacking, and your cheat sheet for who wants to kill whose family and for what reason. Now all you need is for your kids to go to sleep so you can find out what winter brings in peace.
The season seven premiere of Game of Thrones is almost upon us. Before all the glorious killing begins this Sunday, why not make watching the show a bit more interesting?
I was talking to a friend about my weekend plans, and I told her that I probably wouldn’t do much because I’d probably have the bubble guts nervously awaiting the season premiere of Game of Thrones. Her reply perplexed me, shook me to my core and made me rethink many of the choices that I’ve made in my life.
The entire plot of Game of Thrones Season 7 may have already leaked, and it’s not expected to return to HBO until next summer. Here’s a few simple things you can do to avoid spoilers until then.
Game of Thrones fans, you might not know what to do with yourself now that Season 6 is over. This interactive map will help you get your fix until the next season starts.
Game of Thrones has so many characters, plot lines, alliances, and events that the drama unfolds like a season of your favorite sport. In fact, it’s possible to turn the show into a fantasy football-like draft. Here’s how.
Good news, fantasy fans. HBO has just announced that its service will be free this weekend, from Friday to Monday. Just in time to catch the first episode of Game of Thrones season 6.
Sunday, Sunday, SUNDAY! That’s when Game of Thrones comes back, and you need somewhere to watch it. But wait! What if you don’t have cable or an HBO package? Luckily, you don’t need it anymore—these days, you can legally stream HBO over the internet and onto virtually any device out there. Here’s how.
Tell me if this rings a bell. You start listening to something while doing something mindless, like folding laundry or something. When you're done with that task, you might move to something less mindless and...BAM! You're now a chapter and a half further in and don't know if you're still listening to Catelyn Stark…
Fine, there's a little magic. But HBO's brand-new series Game of Thrones is more Wars of the Roses than Lord of the Rings. See, the families of Westeros can't stand each other—so don't expect any bands of unlikely companions journeying across a barren landscape while forging unfathomable bonds. Instead, prepare for…