A new Game of Thrones Season 2 trailer will air Sunday night, right before the premiere of Luck at 9PM on HBO
Wow. Amazing trailers can do great things for shows. Though I already know the show is great, this is nice to see.
I know I keep watching it. I can't help it, it is like I am hoping every time I watch it I will get more than what I saw the time before I watched it.
Also in some other good news for the future of the show, it seems that Game of Thrones is now the second most watched show airing on HBO at the moment, and the 3rd most watched show they've ever aired.
Gets better with age!
Creation Vancouver SG Con 2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012
GateCon Vancouver 2011
Creation Chicago SG Con 2013 (anticipated!)
There's an interview with Liam Cunningham who plays Davos, the Onion Knight.
and HBO to air a 16 minute behind the scenes feature on March 2nd.
17 publicity photos released, including the first look we've had of Brienne
There's some new details on season 2 and an interview with Alfie Allen out.
New behind the scenes video
Natalie Dormer?! I had no idea she'd be showing up this year! I take it from that briefest of shots of her there that she's playing Renly's dialogue-less wife.
One thing I kind of have to wonder about with this show's production.... With the Jon story being shot in Iceland, the Dany story somewhere desert-y, presumably more filming in Ireland--do the actors really get a chance to know each other well, outside of their own characters' stories? I mean you hear about the feel of family that comes with cast and crew in a show like ST TNG or SG1, but it seems to me that the actors behind, say, Jon and Robb, haven't had a scene together since about the first episode of the series.