Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams' (Arya) relatives appear to have mixed feelings about her series.
The 17-year-old actress stopped by Tuesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live, where she revealed that she has watched the HBO drama with her entire extended family, which would lead to awkward conversations with her kin, given the sometimes-graphic content.
In Game of Thrones season five, the stakes are higher and the dragons are bigger.
The stars revealed secrets from the anticipated season during its premiere Monday, which brought Westeros to San Francisco.
When viewers last saw Daenerys (Emilia Clarke), she made the painful decision to lock away her dragons Viserion and Rhaegal after Drogon went rogue and ate a young girl. Drogon remains at large, but that may be a shortlived absence.
George R.R. Martin says he won't be at this year's San Diego Comic-Con.
Martin has been a mainstay of HBO's Game of Thrones panel since 2010, moderating his first three years and then sitting as a panelist for 2013 and 2014. But in a blog post Monday, Martin announced that he needed to buckle down on the next installment in the Song of Ice and Fire series, the long-awaited Winds of Winter.
Game of Thrones' season five is going to be a worldwide event.
HBO announced it will simulcast its season five episodes across 170 countries during the ten-episode run. Viewers in New York will be able to see the episode as the same time as fans in Europe or Africa (and freak out about those Red Wedding moments in real time). In previous seasons, episodes were time shifted for other territories, or even delayed weeks or months.
HBO has dropped three Game of Thrones treats to help tide fans over until season five.
A new clip features Jon Snow (Kit Harington) speaking with Mance (Ciaran Hinds), the King Beyond the Wall who surrendered in the season-four finale. Jon struggles to convince Mance of something important. Perhaps it's to make a deal with Stannis (Stephen Dillane), who has assumed a leadership role on The Wall, or to order his people to do something.
Anthrax is heading to Westeros. Scott Ian and the rest of the long-running metal group will contribute to next year's Catch the Throne, the mixtape inspired by the HBO smash Game of Thrones and accompanying its upcoming fifth season.