History Series / GameOfThrones

31st Aug '17 3:42:24 PM Saveelich
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As of the sixth season, the show has [[OvertookTheManga overtaken the books]], as Martin has yet to publish the sixth novel, ''The Winds Of Winter''. Benioff & Weiss have been informed by Martin of the basic plot of how the saga will end, and Martin has said that [[AuthorExistenceFailure if he dies]] before completing his intended final two books (''Winter'' and ''A Dream Of Spring'') he will [[GeckoEnding let the TV show's ending stand as the conclusion of the saga]].

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As of the sixth season, the show has [[OvertookTheManga [[OvertookTheSeries overtaken the books]], as Martin has yet to publish the sixth novel, ''The Winds Of Winter''. Benioff & Weiss have been informed by Martin of the basic plot of how the saga will end, and Martin has said that [[AuthorExistenceFailure if he dies]] before completing his intended final two books (''Winter'' and ''A Dream Of Spring'') he will [[GeckoEnding let the TV show's ending stand as the conclusion of the saga]].
31st Aug '17 3:41:57 PM Saveelich
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HBO's official site, featuring behind-the-scenes teasers, can be found [[http://www.hbo.com/game-of-thrones/ here]], whilst the main fan nexus is [[http://winter-is-coming.net/ Winter Is Coming]]. The trailer for Season 7 can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giYeaKsXnsI here]].

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HBO's official site, featuring behind-the-scenes teasers, can be found [[http://www.hbo.com/game-of-thrones/ here]], whilst the main fan nexus is [[http://winter-is-coming.net/ Winter Is Coming]]. The trailer for Season 7 can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giYeaKsXnsI here]].\n
16th Aug '17 6:50:00 AM Smeagol17
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As of the sixth season, the show has now [[OvertookTheManga overtaken the books]], as Martin has yet to publish the sixth novel, ''The Winds Of Winter''. Benioff & Weiss have been informed by Martin of the basic plot of how the saga will end, and Martin has said that [[AuthorExistenceFailure if he dies]] before completing his intended final two books (''Winter'' and ''A Dream Of Spring'') he will [[GeckoEnding let the TV show's ending stand as the conclusion of the saga]].

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As of the sixth season, the show has now [[OvertookTheManga overtaken the books]], as Martin has yet to publish the sixth novel, ''The Winds Of Winter''. Benioff & Weiss have been informed by Martin of the basic plot of how the saga will end, and Martin has said that [[AuthorExistenceFailure if he dies]] before completing his intended final two books (''Winter'' and ''A Dream Of Spring'') he will [[GeckoEnding let the TV show's ending stand as the conclusion of the saga]].
8th Aug '17 11:48:40 AM WaxingName
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As of the sixth season, the show has now [[OvertakenTheManga overtaken the books]], as Martin has yet to publish the sixth novel, ''The Winds Of Winter''. Benioff & Weiss have been informed by Martin of the basic plot of how the saga will end, and Martin has said that [[AuthorExistenceFailure if he dies]] before completing his intended final two books (''Winter'' and ''A Dream Of Spring'') he will [[GeckoEnding let the TV show's ending stand as the conclusion of the saga]].

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As of the sixth season, the show has now [[OvertakenTheManga [[OvertookTheManga overtaken the books]], as Martin has yet to publish the sixth novel, ''The Winds Of Winter''. Benioff & Weiss have been informed by Martin of the basic plot of how the saga will end, and Martin has said that [[AuthorExistenceFailure if he dies]] before completing his intended final two books (''Winter'' and ''A Dream Of Spring'') he will [[GeckoEnding let the TV show's ending stand as the conclusion of the saga]].
8th Aug '17 11:48:22 AM WaxingName
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As of the sixth season, the show has now overtaken the books, as Martin has yet to publish the sixth novel, ''The Winds Of Winter''. Benioff & Weiss have been informed by Martin of the basic plot of how the saga will end, and Martin has said that [[AuthorExistenceFailure if he dies]] before completing his intended final two books (''Winter'' and ''A Dream Of Spring'') he will [[GeckoEnding let the TV show's ending stand as the conclusion of the saga]].

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As of the sixth season, the show has now [[OvertakenTheManga overtaken the books, books]], as Martin has yet to publish the sixth novel, ''The Winds Of Winter''. Benioff & Weiss have been informed by Martin of the basic plot of how the saga will end, and Martin has said that [[AuthorExistenceFailure if he dies]] before completing his intended final two books (''Winter'' and ''A Dream Of Spring'') he will [[GeckoEnding let the TV show's ending stand as the conclusion of the saga]].
29th Jul '17 5:10:39 PM nombretomado
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The series was adapted for television by screenwriters David Benioff and Daniel Brett Weiss. In describing the series to newcomers, Benioff jokingly called it "''Series/TheSopranos'' [[XmeetsY meets]] [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Middle-earth]]". The producers and Martin made a tentative plan for seven to eight seasons, with each season's arc meant to line up with its corresponding book. However, this ultimately only worked for the first two seasons, as ''Literature/AStormOfSwords'' (which in pagecount equals ''the entire Lord Of The Rings trilogy'') was eventually split into two seasons, with ''Literature/AFeastForCrows'' bleeding into both Seasons 4 and 5. Martin himself wrote an episode in each of the show's first four seasons.

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The series was adapted for television by screenwriters David Benioff and Daniel Brett Weiss. In describing the series to newcomers, Benioff jokingly called it "''Series/TheSopranos'' [[XmeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Middle-earth]]". The producers and Martin made a tentative plan for seven to eight seasons, with each season's arc meant to line up with its corresponding book. However, this ultimately only worked for the first two seasons, as ''Literature/AStormOfSwords'' (which in pagecount equals ''the entire Lord Of The Rings trilogy'') was eventually split into two seasons, with ''Literature/AFeastForCrows'' bleeding into both Seasons 4 and 5. Martin himself wrote an episode in each of the show's first four seasons.
19th Jul '17 10:22:08 AM GGCrono
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->''"When you play the game of thrones, you win, or you die. There is no middle ground."''

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->''"When you play the game of thrones, you win, win or you die. There is no middle ground."''
24th May '17 12:35:07 PM Saveelich
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HBO's official site, featuring behind-the-scenes teasers, can be found [[http://www.hbo.com/game-of-thrones/ here]], whilst the main fan nexus is [[http://winter-is-coming.net/ Winter Is Coming]]. The teaser trailer for Season 7 can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxWfvtnHtS0 here]].

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HBO's official site, featuring behind-the-scenes teasers, can be found [[http://www.hbo.com/game-of-thrones/ here]], whilst the main fan nexus is [[http://winter-is-coming.net/ Winter Is Coming]]. The teaser trailer for Season 7 can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxWfvtnHtS0 com/watch?v=giYeaKsXnsI here]].
6th Apr '17 2:51:14 PM Saveelich
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The series was adapted for television by screenwriters David Benioff and Dan Weiss. In describing the series to newcomers, Benioff jokingly called it "''Series/TheSopranos'' [[XmeetsY meets]] [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Middle-earth]]". The producers and Martin made a tentative plan for seven to eight seasons, with each season's arc meant to line up with its corresponding book. However, this ultimately only worked for the first two seasons, as ''Literature/AStormOfSwords'' (which in pagecount equals ''the entire Lord Of The Rings trilogy'') was eventually split into two seasons, with ''Literature/AFeastForCrows'' bleeding into both Seasons 4 and 5. Martin himself wrote an episode in each of the show's first four seasons.

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The series was adapted for television by screenwriters David Benioff and Dan Daniel Brett Weiss. In describing the series to newcomers, Benioff jokingly called it "''Series/TheSopranos'' [[XmeetsY meets]] [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Middle-earth]]". The producers and Martin made a tentative plan for seven to eight seasons, with each season's arc meant to line up with its corresponding book. However, this ultimately only worked for the first two seasons, as ''Literature/AStormOfSwords'' (which in pagecount equals ''the entire Lord Of The Rings trilogy'') was eventually split into two seasons, with ''Literature/AFeastForCrows'' bleeding into both Seasons 4 and 5. Martin himself wrote an episode in each of the show's first four seasons.
30th Mar '17 5:48:47 PM Saveelich
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HBO's official site, featuring behind-the-scenes teasers, can be found [[http://www.hbo.com/game-of-thrones/ here]], whilst the main fan nexus is [[http://winter-is-coming.net/ Winter Is Coming]].

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HBO's official site, featuring behind-the-scenes teasers, can be found [[http://www.hbo.com/game-of-thrones/ here]], whilst the main fan nexus is [[http://winter-is-coming.net/ Winter Is Coming]].
Coming]]. The teaser trailer for Season 7 can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxWfvtnHtS0 here]].
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