Having already brought The Walking Dead and DC/Vertigo's Fables to pixelated life, video game company Telltale Games today revealed that it is turning its attentions toward Westeros, with the announcement of a new episodic game based on HBO's Game of Thrones series.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia has always been dark, but this week it's getting an infusion of bleak straight from Westeros.
Wednesday's episode, "Flowers for Charlie," was written by Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, who are longtime fans of the show and became friendly with Rob McElhenney (Mac). The pair pitched McElhenney the story of the episode in a bar, and he was impressed.
The Treme alum has joined the cast of the premium cable network's Game of Thrones, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. HBO is keeping who Huisman will play under wraps, but sources tell THR he will replace Ed Skrein and play Daario Naharis.
Word of Huisman's casting first surfaced on Instagram, where his trainer posted a photo of the actor bulking up to prepare for Thrones.
Hot off of their 108 Emmy nominations, HBO CEO Richard Plepler and programming president Michael Lombardo took the stage at Thursday’s Television Critics Association summer press tour to face a barrage of questions.
SAN DIEGO -- Game of Thrones returned to Comic-Con's Hall H on Friday afternoon, trotting out series co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, author George R. R. Martin and seven members of the sprawling cast.
Game of Thrones has made its first big cast addition to the fourth season.
A HBO rep confirms that the drama has tapped Chilean actor Pedro Pascal to play Prince Oberyn Martell, as first reported by EW. Also referred to in the George R.R. Martin books as "The Red Viper," Martell arrives in King's Landing during the fourth season from the Dorne -- a previously unseen peninsula in the seven kingdoms of Westeros.
Game of Thrones finished off its third season on Sunday night -- and though it fell just short of hitting a new record audience, it solidified its status as the second-most-watched series in network history.
Coming in just over one hour, the premiere telecast of the Game of Thrones season finale averaged 5.4 million viewers. It marked a year-to-year increase of 28 percent from the sophomore ender's 4.2 million.
[Warning: Spoilers ahead for the Game of Thrones season three finale, "Mhysa."]
Well, it's that time of year when we reluctantly say goodbye to Game of Thrones. The season three finale didn't have nearly the drama or body count as last week's Red Wedding (thank the gods), but it did have plenty of fantastic character moments and lots of setup for things to come.