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Game of Thrones IV

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In King’s Landing, guests begin arriving for Joffrey Baratheon and Margaery Tyrell’s wedding, including the vengeful Oberyn Martell. After Joffrey is poisoned at his wedding by Margaery’s grandmother, Olenna Tyrell, a distraught Cersei Lannister is quick to blame her younger brother, Tyrion, for the death of her son. Tyrion struggles to survive these accusations as he is pitted against both his father and his sister while he is abandoned by all those he once held dear. The Martells, the ruling family of Dorne, are represented at the wedding by Prince Oberyn; like the rest of his family and many others, Oberyn has a deeply personal reason to despise the Lannister regime.

The remaining Stark children have all embarked on their separate journeys, aware that they have no home to return to anymore. Sansa Stark successfully escapes King’s Landing with the help of Petyr Baelish, only to come into conflict with her jealous aunt, Lysa Arryn, who mistrusts the relationship between Petyr and Sansa. Meanwhile, Arya Stark is still heading to the Eyrie, accompanied by Sandor Clegane, who hopes he will receive payment for delivering her safely to one of her living relatives. Lastly, Bran Stark, accompanied by the Reeds and Hodor, continues his mission north of the Wall trying to find the three-eyed raven he has been dreaming about.

At the Wall, a recently returned Jon Snow tries to warn his leaders about Mance Rayder’s impending attack on the Wall from both sides. The southern attack is being led by Tormund Giantsbane and Ygritte, who have recently joined forces with another Wildling tribe: the Thenns. Also returned to the Wall, Samwell Tarly struggles with his feelings for the wildling girl, Gilly, and the impact she is having on the Night’s Watch.

Elsewhere, Davos Seaworth is ambitiously trying to restore Stannis Baratheon’s army in preparation for its journey to the Wall, while Roose Bolton enlists his bastard Ramsay Snow, an enslaved Theon Greyjoy, and Locke to help cement his claim to the North.

Across the Narrow Sea, Daenerys Targaryen continues her conquest of Slaver’s Bay by taking control of the largest city, Meereen. Once Meereen is claimed, Daenerys decides to stay and learn to rule before making her return to Westeros. While in Meereen, she deals with the hardships of ruling, a blooming love interest, and a devastating betrayal.


The jewel in Sky Atlantic’s programming crown.

– The Telegraph

One of the ten best TV shows ever made.

– The Sun

Utterly compelling

– Heat

Game of Thrones is an exceptional show in its prime, and it knows it.

– Radio Times

All hail the most epic drama to ever hit the small screen.

– TV Times

The jewel in Sky Atlantic’s programming crown.

– The Telegraph

The most trenchant, brave and brutal examination of power on television.

– The Independent

What gives Game of Thrones edge over rivals is the quality of the human moments between the sex, gore, violence and action.


It’s the show that everyone is talking about and for a very good reason ­ it’s stunning, movie-scale storytelling, packed with swords, sex and more twists than an extra-large Curly Wurly.

– Digital Spy

Some of the most sophisticated and brilliantly made dramatic television I’ve seen on the small screen.

– Sunday Times Culture

The wait is finally over as the most anticipated show returns for a forth series and the battle for the Iron Throne of Westeros resumes in earnest. In terms of scale and ambition it can’t be matched. Who would have thought that fantasy could be so cool?

– The Times


SAG Nomination for Best Drama Ensemble
TCA Awards – Nomination for Program of the Year
Critic’s Choice – Nomination for Best Drama Series
19 Primetime Emmy Awards and Nominations including
Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series
Golden Globe Awards – Nomination for Best Television Series


Peter Dinklage
Tyrion Lannister
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
Jaime Lannister
Lena Headey
Cersei Lannister
Emilia Clarke
Daenerys Targaryen
Kit Harington
Jon Snow
Aidan Gillen
Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish
Iain Glen
Jorah Mormont
Charles Dance
Tywin Lannister
Natalie Dormer
Margaery Tyrell
Liam Cunningham
Davos Seaworth
Stephen Dillane
Stannis Baratheon
Carice van Houten
Jack Gleeson
King Joffrey Baratheon
Alfie Allen
Theon Greyjoy/Reek
Isaac Hempstead-Wright
Bran Stark
Sophie Turner
Sansa Stark
Maisie Williams
Arya Stark
John Bradley
Samwell Tarly
Rose Leslie
Kristofer Hivju
Tormund Giantsbane
Hannah Murray
Rory McCann
Sandor “The Hound” Clegane
Gwendoline Christie
Brienne of Tarth
Iwan Rheon
Ramsay Snow
Conleth Hill
Jerome Flynn
Sibel Kekilli
Iain Glen
Jorah Mormont
Pedro Pascal
Oberyn Martell
Diana Rigg
Olenna Tyrell
Indira Varma
Ellaria Sand
Daniel Portman
Podrick Payne
Julian Glover
Grand Maester Pycelle
Roger Ashton-Griffiths
Mace Tyrell
Anton Lesser
Finn Jones
Ser Loras Tyrell
Dean-Charles Chapman
Tommen Baratheon
Ian Beattie
Ser Meryn Trant
Tony Way
Dontos Hollard
Paul Bentley
The High Septon
Will Tudor
Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson
Gregor Clegane, “The Mountain”
Michiel Huisman
Daario Naharis
Ian McElhinney
Ser Barristan Selmy
Nathalie Emmanuel
Jacob Anderson
Grey Worm
Joel Fry
Hizdahr zo Loraq
Ciarán Hinds
Mance Rayder
Thomas Sangster
Jojen Reed
Ellie Kendrick
Meera Reed
Kristian Nairn
Struan Rodger
Three-Eyed Raven
Luke Barnes
Burn Gorman
Karl Tanner
Octavia Alexandru
Child of the Forest
Michael McElhatton
Lord Roose Bolton
Peter Vaughan
Maester Aemon
Owen Teale
Alliser Thorne
Dominic Carter
Janos Slynt
Noah Taylor
Mark Stanley
Ben Crompton
Eddison Tollett
Josef Altin
Brian Fortune
Othell Yarwyck
Brenock O’Connor
Yuri Kolokolnikov
Charlotte Hope
Elizabeth Webster
Fat Walda Frey
Gemma Whelan
Yara Greyjoy
Kate Dickie
Lysa Arryn
Lino Facioli
Robin Arryn
Paola Dionisotti
Anya Waynwood
Rupert Vansittart
Yohn Royce
Tara Fitzgerald
Selyse Baratheon
Kerry Ingram
Shireen Baratheon
Mark Gatiss
Tycho Nestoris
Lucian Msamati
Salladhor Saan
Andy Kellegher
Andy Beckwith
Gerard Jordan
Ben Hawkey
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One of the ten best TV shows ever made.