• Synopsis
  • Reviews
  • Awards
  • Credits
  • Synopsis

    The Seven Kingdoms are at war. The king in the north, Robb Stark, who is fighting to win independence for his people, decides that he must win the allegiance of the fiercely independent Ironborn to dethrone Joffrey Baratheon who holds the Iron Throne with the backing of the powerful House lannister.

    Joffrey’s uncle Renly also has claims to the throne with the support of House Tyrell, whose armies are significantly larger. As they struggle for ascendancy Tyrion Lannister arrives in King’s Landing to take matters in hand, only to face opposition from his scheming sister, Cersei, now the Queen Regent.

    Yet another faction enters the picture claiming sovereignty. Stannis Baratheon, Robert’s younger brother and Renly’s older is a proven battle commander and veteran of several wars, known to be utterly without mercy to his enemies. Advising him is Melisandre, an enigmatic priestess from the east, who believes Stannis is bound for a greater destiny.

    Far to the east, Daenerys Targaryen has hatched the only three dragons in the world. They will grow into terrifying monsters capable of destroying cities at her command, but for now they are still hatchlings and vulnerable. With her Khalasar gone, Daenerys and her loyal knight Ser Jorah Mormont accompanied by a small band of followers must find a way across a forbidding wasteland and find new allies to support her claim to the Throne.

    Forgotten by all in the distant north, the Night’s Watch has mounted an expedition beyond the Wall, searching for missing rangers and investigating rumours of wildlings amassing in the mountains. For Jon Snow this will be a rite of passage as he is asked to make difficult choices, for the realm and for himself.

  • Reviews

    . . . pulls you in – and doesn’t let go. . .a great and thundering series. . .intrigue bristling with vivid characters, cross-hatched with tantalizing plotlines. . . wild and bewitching . . .rare alchemy. . .

    Los Angeles Times

    A cinematic feast . . . Definition of Epic Television.

    Los Angeles Times

    Grade A+ . . . Thrones rules all on the tube . . . the best show on television . . . the rarest of the rare.


    So engrossing, everything from the acting and the writing to the sumptuous sets and creative storytelling is top-notch.

    Chicago Times

    Gorgeous and hypnotic . . . magnificent.

    The Wall Street Journal

    Masterful Epic . . . impossible not to succumb to its visceral dark magic.

    TV Guide

    Gripping and rule breaking television.

    Rolling Stone

    . . . what elevates Game of Thrones above the gratuitous cut and thrust of Rome and its HBO stable mates, is the wit and complexity of David Benioff and D. B. Weiss’s script and the quality of the acting from mainly British cast.

    The Times

  • Awards

    Game of Thrones was one of the most celebrated dramas of the year.

    • Screen Actors Guild Awards: Nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
    • 12 Emmy Awards or Nominations including Outstanding Drama Series
  • Credits

    Peter Dinklage
    Tyrion Lannister
    Emilia Clarke
    Daenerys Targaryen
    Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
    Jaime Lannister
    Michelle Fairley
    Catelyn Stark
    Lena Headey
    Cersei Lannister
    Iain Glen
    Jorah Mormont
    Conleth Hill
    Lord Varys
    Aidan Gillen
    Petyr Baelish
    Kit Harington
    Jon Snow
    Sophie Turner
    Sansa Stark
    Maisie Williams
    Arya Stark
    Richard Madden
    Robb Stark
    Alfie Allen
    Theon Greyjoy
    Isaac Hempstead-Wright
    Bran Stark
    Jack Gleeson
    Joffrey Baratheon
    Sibel Kekilli
    Rory McCann
    Sandor Clegane
    Charles Dance
    Tywin Lannister
    John Bradley
    Samwell Tarly
    Robert Pugh
    Stephen Dillane
    Stannis Baratheon
    Liam Cunningham
    Davos Seaworth
    Oliver Ford Davis
    Claris Van Houten
    Natalie Dormer
    Margaery Tyrell
    James Cosmo
    Jeor Mormont
    Ian McElhinney
    Barristan Selmy
    Jerome Flynn
    Donald Sumpter
    Maester Lumin
    Julian Glover
    Gand Maester Pycelle
    David Benioff
    D.B. Weiss
    Original Books
    George R R Martin
    Alan Taylor, Alik Sakharov, David Petrarca, David Nutter
    Exec Producer
    Carolyn Strauss
    Exec Producer
    Frank Doelger