Game of Thrones

All Episodes 2010 - 2019

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  • Ended
  • HBO
  • 2011-04-18T01:00:00Z
  • 1h
  • 2d 22h 12m (73 episodes)
  • D.B. Weiss + 1 more, David Benioff
  • United States
  • English
  • Revolution Sun Studios + 3 more, Television 360, Generator Entertainment, Bighead Littlehead
  • Fantasy, Drama, Action, Adventure
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Seven noble families fight for control of the mythical land of Westeros. Friction between the houses leads to full-scale war. All while a very ancient evil awakens in the farthest north. Amidst the war, a neglected military order of misfits, the Night's Watch, is all that stands between the realms of men and icy horrors beyond.
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333 episodes

A short look into the film-making process for the production Game of Thrones


Special 2 15-Minute Preview

Special 2 15-Minute Preview

  • 2011-04-04T01:00:00Z — 15 mins

An approximately 15-minute preview of the first episode of Game of Thrones.

Special 3 Making Game of Thrones

  • 2011-04-08T01:00:00Z — 30 mins

An exclusive 30-minute feature including never-before-seen footage from the set and interviews from the cast and crew.


Special 4 El Juego Comienza

Special 4 El Juego Comienza

  • 2011-04-11T01:00:00Z — 60 mins

A spanish "Canal +`" production with interviews to some famous spanish movie directors like Alex de La Iglesia and extracts from last special "Making Game Of Thrones"


Special 5 2011 Comic Con Panel

Special 5 2011 Comic Con Panel

  • 2011-07-22T01:00:00Z — 60 mins


Special 6 You Win or You Die

Special 6 You Win or You Die

  • 2012-03-25T01:00:00Z — 22 mins

A prequel to Game of Thrones Season 2 which recaps on the first season and gives insight into what's to come.

Take a look back and a look forward to the fourth season of the hit HBO series, the show features clips from upcoming episodes, behind the scenes footage, interviews with talent, and cast members' answers to questions posed by fans.

Relive every thrilling, dramatic and tragic highlight from Season 3 of "Game of Thrones" in this comprehensive featurette. From Daenerys building a slave army to the infamous Red Wedding, not a detail is missed as recalled by the stars of the hit HBO series.


Special 11 A Day in the Life

Special 11 A Day in the Life

  • 2015-02-09T02:00:00Z — 26 mins

The 30-minute special documents one epic day of production as tackled by hundreds of crew members across three countries. In addition to a behind-the-scenes look at the action in Dubrovnik, Croatia, Belfast, Northern Ireland and Seville, Spain, the preview includes several never-before-seen features.

Ahead of the eagerly-anticipated fifth season, we bring you up tp speed with the events of the epic fantasy drama to date. And to help the uninitiated ease into the wild world of Westeros, here's a beginner's guide to the fantasy epic.


Special 13 World Premiere

Special 13 World Premiere

  • 2015-03-20T01:00:00Z — 60 mins

See the stars of Game of Thrones arrive at the Tower of London for the world premiere of the hit show's fifth season. Sue Perkins and Jamie East host.

“George R.R. Martin meets Chris Martin – what could go wrong?” That’s Emilia Clarke in the epic, 12-minute video for Coldplay’s totally fake Game of Thrones musical, right before she rips into a song called “Rastafarian Targaryen.” Here’s a sample lyric: “Call me Daenerys Targaryen when you want to reach me, and if you feel the love then you can call me Khalessi.” The sketch, part of Red Nose Day, includes cast members Kit Harington, Peter Dinklage, John Bradley, Rose Leslie, Charlotte Pope, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Alfie Allen and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who performs a piano ballad called “Closer to Home” to a photo of Lena Headey as Cersei. (“Are you thinking about Joffrey? Such a spirited lad. I was his uncle, I was also his dad.”)

Ahead of Season 6 of the epic saga, this special will bring viewers up to speed on the gripping storylines and compelling characters from the first five seasons. Writers and stars of the show give viewers an insight into key events of each season and explain the intrigues and power struggles at work in the lands of Westeros and beyond.

The Game Revealed: Season 6 Episode 1 & 2

The Game Revealed: Season 6 Episode 3 & 4

The Game Revealed: Season 6 Episode 5 & 6

The Game Revealed: Season 6 Episode 7 & 8

The Game Revealed: Season 6 Episode 9 & 10

Anatomy of A Scene: The Battle of Winterfell

2016 Comic Con Panel

Take an inside look at an action-packed day inside the main production complex for ‘Game of Thrones’ in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Ahead of the season seven premiere, get up to speed on all the action in Game of Thrones with this re-cap of the story so far.

Special 25 2017 Comic Con Panel

  • 2017-07-22T01:00:00Z — 60 mins

2017 Comic Con Panel

Inside the Episode: Season 7 Episode 1

Inside the Episode: Season 7 Episode 2

Inside the Episode: Season 7 Episode 3

Inside the Episode: Season 7 Episode 4

Inside the Episode: Season 7 Episode 5

Inside the Episode: Season 7 Episode 6

Inside the Episode: Season 7 Episode 7

The Game Revealed: Season 7 Episode 1

Go inside the brutal battle between Greyjoy fleets with this clip from the latest episode of the 7-part behind-the-scenes series, The Game Revealed.

The Game Revealed: Season 7 Episode 3

The story of the Targaryen Conquest which first unified the Seven Kingdoms, nearly 300 years before the War of the Five Kings, including the founding of King's Landing and creation of the Iron Throne.

The Game Revealed: Season 7 Episode 4

The Game Revealed: Season 7 Episode 5

The Game Revealed: Season 7 Episode 6

The Game Revealed: Season 7 Episode 7


Special 42 60 Minutes Profile

Special 42 60 Minutes Profile

  • 2019-04-15T01:00:00Z — 60 mins

60 Minutes Profile

Catch up on all seven seasons of the global phenomenon that is Game of Thrones as fans and cast members take you through the story so far.


Special 44 The Cast Remembers

Special 44 The Cast Remembers

  • 2019-04-09T01:00:00Z — 10 mins

First days on set, favorite costumes and scenes they'll never forget: the actors look back on filming eight seasons of Game of Thrones.

"This is the last time we're ever going to be doing this."

The producers and writers of Game of Thrones give behind-the-scenes insight into the first episode from the final season of the fantasy epic. (S8, ep 1)

The Game Revealed: Season 8 Episode 2

Inside the Episode: Season 8 Episode 2

The cast and crew sheds light on the extraordinary 11-week night shoot that culminated in the longest Game of Thrones episode to date.

Series creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss examine the episode's wins and losses.

The Game Revealed: Season 8 Episode 4

Inside the Episode: Season 8 Episode 4

The Game Revealed: Season 8 Episode 5

Inside the Episode: Season 8 Episode 5


Special 55 The Last Watch

Special 55 The Last Watch

  • 2019-05-27T01:00:00Z — 113 mins

A documentary chronicling the fantasy drama’s eighth and final season. British documentarian Jeanie Finlay was embedded on the series’ set during production of the final six episodes, and the footage she captured during that time delves deep into the mud and blood to reveal the tears and triumphs involved in the challenge of bringing the fantasy world of Westeros to life in the very real studios, fields and car-parks of Northern Ireland.

Bran Stark recounts the legends surrounding the mysterious Children of the Forest and their wars against the First Men and the Andals.

Bran Stark recounts the stories of legendary figures of several of the seven independent kingdoms that existed prior to the War of Conquest.

Catelyn and Bran Stark discuss the worship of the Old Gods of the Forest and the Seven in Westeros.

Jeor Mormont discusses the earliest days, structure and duty of the Night's Watch.

Maester Luwin details the steady decline that the Night's Watch has suffered with the passage of time.

Tywin Lannister mocks the faded glory of the Night's Watch and questions the need for the order.

Maester Luwin explains the role and function of the Order of Maesters in the Seven Kingdoms as well as studies aspiring Maesters undergo.

Viserys Targaryen recounts the history of Valyria from its rise to becoming the greatest civilization the world has ever seen to its destruction in the Doom.

Viserys Targaryen reflects on the victory which secured Aegon I Targaryen's domination of the Seven Kingdoms.

Robb Stark recalls how Aegon the Conqueror forced the lords of Westeros into submission with his brutal victory on the Field of Fire.

Robert Baratheon reflects on the actions of King Aerys II Targaryen and his son Rhaegar leading to his rebellion.

Maester Luwin looks back on Prince Rhaegar's capture of Lyanna Stark and the horrific injustice inflicted on House Stark by the Mad King Aerys.

Tywin Lannister reminisces on the collapse of his alliance with Aerys as the latter descended further and further into madness.

Robert Baratheon reminisces on his glorious victories against the supporters of the Mad King Aerys II Targaryen.

Viserys Targaryen bitterly recalls the treachery of the Usurper Robert Baratheon putting an end to the Targaryen dynasty.

Viserys Targaryen bitterly recounts Tywin Lannister's treachery bringing down the Targaryen dynasty.

Robert Baratheon reflects on his victory over the Targaryen dynasty and the necessity for the death of Rhaegar Targaryen's children.

Maester Luwin details the downfall of the Mad King and the death of the royal family, as well as how it impacted those who won the war.

Tywin Lannister reminisces on the part he played in defeating the Targaryens and the rewards his family reaped for it.

Bran and Robb Stark discuss House Stark's reign as the Kings of Winter before kneeling to Aegon the Conqueror.

Tywin Lannister recalls how House Lannister survived and rose to prominence through cunning.

Viserys Targaryen recounts the conquest of House Targaryen and its ruling of the Seven Kingdoms before being brought down by the treacherous Usurper Robert Baratheon.

Robert Baratheon recalls the victories that led to House Baratheon cementing themselves as one of the greatest houses in Westeros.

Catelyn Stark speaks of the origins of House Arryn and the conquest of the Vale during the Andal Invasion and its role in Robert's Rebellion.

Robb Stark reminisces about his father going to war to put an end to Balon Greyjoy's rebellion and the impact it had on his family.

Theon Greyjoy reflects on his father's failed rebellion and the penalties his family suffered as a result of it.

Stannis Baratheon recounts serving under his brother Robert when Balon Greyjoy rebelled against the Iron Throne, as well as how he would have done things differently had he been king.

Stannis Baratheon reflects on his brother Robert's rebellion against the Mad King Aerys II Targaryen and his own part in it, as well as his bitterness for not being justly rewarded.

Davos Seaworth recounts his lowly beginnings and days as a smuggler as well as the event that brought him into the service of Stannis Baratheon.

Margaery Tyrell details House Tyrell's loyalty to House Targaryen before the rebellion and to House Baratheon afterwards.

Catelyn Stark reminisces on the rebellion and how it affected the family she was born into as well as the one she married into.

Margaery Tyrell details House Tyrell's history serving under House Gardener before the War of Conquest and House Targaryen afterwards, before surrendering to Robert Baratheon after he defeated the Targaryen dynasty.

Theon and Yara Greyjoy divulge the history of the ironborn and how House Greyjoy became the dominant family of the Iron Islands.

Sandor Clegane recounts House Clegane's humble beginnings, as well as how he and his brother Gregor became two of the most infamous killers in Westeros.

Ygritte discusses the history and culture of the Free Folk in comparison to that of the inhabitants of the Seven Kingdoms.

Ygritte recites the history of the Night's Watch and their oppression of the Free Folk.

Stannis Baratheon recounts the history of the island Dragonstone, from the landing of the Targaryens to his own unwanted ruling of it.

Catelyn Stark details the rise and fall of the supposedly impenetrable fortress Harrenhal and the terrifying legends that have plagued its ruins ever since.

Jorah Mormont explains the rise of the “Free Cities” of Essos in the wake of Valyria’s Doom, detailing how the cities differ and what one can expect to find in each one.

Special 95 Histories & Lore: Qarth

  • 2013-02-20T02:00:00Z — 3 mins

Xaro Xhoan Daxos explains Qarth’s role in Essos’ commerce, and how the merchant council known as the Thirteen rules the city to ensure it remains the greatest city that was or ever will be.

Yara Greyjoy explains the worship of the Drowned God, His importance in the Iron Islands, and the legends of His halls beneath the waves.

Wisdom Hallyne provides an account of the Alchemist Guild (or Pyromancers), detailing their knowledge of wildfire and how their once great influence in Westeros has faded over the years.

Xaro Xhoan Daxos explains the mysterious order of the warlocks and their relationship with the House of the Undying, their center of power.

Jorah Mormont charts the rise and fall of the Ghiscari Empire, including its battles with the Valyrian Freehold and the slaver cities that carry on in the wake of its destruction.

Jorah Mormont recounts the legendary Battle of Qohor, in which three thousand Unsullied slave-warriors held off an entire Dothraki horde outside the gates of Qohor.

Meera Reed discusses the history and modern perceptions of House Reed, leaders of the crannogmen, the mysterious swamp-dwelling gatekeepers of the North.

Roose Bolton discusses the history of House Bolton, one of the great houses of the North, despite their often unsavory reputation.

Catelyn Stark tracks the House Frey’s quick rise to wealth and power through control of the Crossing, as well as their current reputation under the prickly and resentful Lord Walder Frey.

Brynden Tully details the history of House Tully, the noble and diplomatic Lords Paramount of the Riverlands.

Thoros of Myr details his personal history as a follower of the Lord of Light, from his skeptical youth in Myr, to his visions in the flames that have made him a believer.

Bran Stark explains the legendary abilities of warging and the Sight, skills that, although innate to the mythical Children of the Forest, only present themselves in modern men on rare occasion.

Petyr Baelish and Varys debate the ramifications of Robert Baratheon’s rebellion against the Mad King Aerys II Targaryen, and its impact on the realm.

Joffrey Baratheon reveals the history and structure of the Red Keep, the main fortress of King’s Landing, from its construction by the Targaryens, to its hidden lower dungeons.

Jon Snow describes the vast, cold and unforgiving North, which stretches from the Neck to the Wall, and has served as the barrier between the Seven Kingdoms and the horrors beyond the Wall for thousands of years.

Margaery Tyrell discusses the history, customs, and noble houses of the Reach, the fertile region known for chivalry, knightly tournaments, farms, and vineyards.

Brynden Tully recounts the history of the Riverlands, one of the most desirable-and most fought over-regions in the Seven Kingdoms.

Brienne of Tarth recounts the tumultuous history of the Stormlands, from the constant battles waged by the Storm Kings, to the relative peace under Targaryen rule, to Robert’s Rebellion.

Tywin Lannister reveals the history of the Westerlands, and the true strength behind the richest region of the Seven Kingdoms; House Lannister.

Petyr Baelish delves into the history of the Vale, from its mythical beginnings to the impregnable Eyrie, the noble House Arryn, and the unpredictable Hill Tribes.

Oberyn Martell discusses the history and reputation of House Martell, the strong-willed ruling family of Dorne that refused to join the Seven Kingdoms for centuries.

Petyr Baelish explains how, despite humble beginnings, House Baelish has rapidly risen to power, thanks mostly to his own wit and ambition.

Grand Maester Pycelle recounts the mysterious origins, magical powers, and inexplicable downfall of history's last generation of dragons.

Oberyn Martell explains the sources, surreptitious uses, and lethal effects of the many poisons circulating throughout Westeros and Essos.

Ellaria Sand explains the shame cast upon bastards throughout much of Westeros, and how these unwanted children can tear families and kingdoms apart.

Tycho Nestoris reveals the history behind the legendary Iron Bank of Braavos, an institution renowned for its economic power and formidable reputation.

Bronn describes the unique profession and skill of the sellsword, as well as the debatable merits of the hedge knight.

Oberyn Martell reveals the Dornish perspective of Robert's Rebellion - or the War of the Usurper as they call it - including the murder of his sister, Elia Martell, during the sack of King's Landing.

Samwell Tarly explains the impressive construction and function of the Wall, including its natural defenses against wildling attempts to scale, breach, and circumnavigate it.

Tormund Giantsbane describes the varied clans of Free Folk living beyond the Wall, from Thenns to the Hornfoots to the Giants, all of whom Mance Rayder has rallied to his cause.

Jaime Lannister details the heroes and storied triumphs of the Kingsguard believed to be the most honorable knights in the realm.

Bronn sheds some light on the unfavorable moments from the Kingsguard's history, including their blind loyalty for less-than-honorable kings.

Qyburn explains the significance of the Maester's Chain, a symbolic ornament earned by students of The Citadel, with each link representing the mastery of a different subject.

Varys tracks the lives and all too common deaths of the Kings of Westeros over the years, proving that the Iron Throne is truly an uncomfortable seat to hold.

Jorah Mormont details the mysterious properties of Valyrian Steel, a metal considered magical that was used to forge the blades of the great Houses of Westeros.

Bronn offers his view on the Seven Kingdoms' questionable methods of justice, including the dramatic trial by combat and the rarely invoked trial by Seven.

The High Sparrow details how "The Seven-Pointed Star" has influenced followers of the Faith of the Seven throughout the centuries.

The High Sparrow narrates the origins of the Faith Militant, its rebellion against House Targaryen that plunged the realm into war, and its ultimate decline and disbandment.

Varys discusses the history of Volantis, the oldest of the Free Cities from its humble beginnings as the first colony of Valyria.

Tycho Nestoris explains the history behind the beautiful city of Braavos, from the Titan who inhabits the harbor, to the world-renowned swordsmanship of the city's "bravos."

Tycho Nestoris discusses the mysterious guild of assassins known as the Faceless Men.

Roose Bolton gives his views on Winterfell and how the House Bolton influenced its creation and expansion before seizing it.

Acting Lord Commander Alliser Thorne talks about the purpose of the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, how he is chosen, and recalls some of the more noteworthy Lord Commanders, who made history through their folly.

Barristan Selmy recounts how he was named to the Kingsguard, saw King Aerys descend into madness but revered Prince Rhaegar Targaryen. Barristan describes the fateful Tourney at Harrenhal, the ensuing War of the Five Kings, and how he fought beside Rhaegar at the Battle of the Trident where he was killed.

Special 139 Histories & Lore: Dorne

  • 2016-03-16T01:00:00Z — 4 mins

Ellaria Sand narrates a brief history of Dorne from the migration of the First Men to the present day.

Daario Naharis describes the history of the fighting pits of Meereen, the different types of fights that occur there, and the lives that the more-skilled fighters lead.

Varys talks about the Rhoyne, the largest river of Essos, and the people who originally inhabited it, the Rhoynar, and the war they fought against the Dragonlords.

A man known as "Jaqen H'ghar" discusses the Many-Faced God, the syncretic god of death worshiped by the cult of assassins known as the Faceless Men.

Qyburn discusses the dreaded plague known as Greyscale, and its advanced victims known as "Stone Men".

Missandei of Naath discusses the self-styled "Great Masters", the powerful aristocratic slaver families that rule over Meereen, the largest city in Slaver's Bay.

The great Targaryen civil war known as the Dance of the Dragons is discussed by Shireen Baratheon, Viserys Targaryen, Oberyn Martell, Robert Baratheon, Catelyn Stark, and Joffrey Baratheon.

Euron Greyjoy remembers the origins of the Old Way of the Ironborn in their days of glory, and how a brutal and bloody leader tried to recover it during the Dance of the Dragons.

Euron Greyjoy discusses the origins of the tradition of the Kingsmoot, and he names the most famous and bloodthirsty kings named under this tradition.

Euron Greyjoy outlines the cultures and peoples he has witnessed in his travels and incursions for the Summer Sea.

Brother Ray recounts the War of the Ninepenny Kings from the perspective of a peasant who was recruited by his Lord as a soldier, with all the sufferings and tragedies that this meant for his life.

Meera Reed tells the story that her father told her during her childhood about the infamous tournament at Harrenhal, the biggest tournament in Westeros' history, in which a mysterious knight tested the honor of the great Lords.

Jaime Lannister looks back on his appointment as a brother of the Kingsguard, with all the secret interests involved, and how it led to his infamous participation in the end of the Robert's Rebellion.

Jorah Mormont explains the structure and places of interest of Vaes Dothrak, the vast capital of Dothraki people, and mentions some of the rituals practiced there by the Dosh khaleen.

Jorah Mormont details the history of the first major migration of the Dothraki after the Doom of Valyria towards Central Essos, and how the newly invaded invaders destroyed the civilizations of what would later become the Dothraki Sea.

Sansa Stark recounts the history of the North, of how it was once unified by the House Stark, of how its principal noble houses swore loyalty to them, and how they guaranteed its independence from the Andals, while she prepares herself from the Wall to confront those who now govern it.

The Three-Eyed Raven recounts the wars between the Children of the Forest and the First Men, and how they led to the conflict now threatening Westeros.

Thoros of Myr explains the origin that led to the conformation of the Brotherhood Without Banners, and how it assumed the mission of protecting the smallfolk.

Grand Maester Pycelle and Qyburn debate the records and theories about the history of Oldtown, the oldest city of Westeros, the noble house that governs it and the Citadel, the refuge and home of the noble order of the Maesters

The young Eddard Stark recounts the history of House Dayne, the former kings and lords of Starfall, and how they have been linked to their legendary sword Dawn, especially his last and greatest bearer, Arthur Dayne, the Sword of the Morning.

Varys recounts his own origins, and how he created his network of spies he calls his little birds.

Petyr Baelish highlights on arrival at the first of the Andals invaders who went on to become the great knights of the Vale of Arryn.

Randyll Tarly reflects on the history of House Tarly, and his own story with his eldest son Samwell.

Brynden Tully details the history of Riverrun, the ancestral castle of the House Tully , and the strengths that have allowed it to resist millennia of wars.

The High Sparrow recounts the history of the Great Sept of Baelor, the largest Sept of the Faith of the Seven, and the pious King who built it, Baelor the Blessed.

Varys and Qyburn recall the era when Targaryen dragons were housed in King's Landing.

Samwell Tarly tells the history of the Citadel, the center of learning where maesters earn their chains.

Jaime Lannister recounts the founding of his ancestral home, Casterly Rock.

Randyll Tarly describes the battles, marriages, and alliances surrounding Highgarden, the seat of House Tyrell.

Jorah Mormont explains the history of the Golden Company - a band of mercenaries who have built their reputation on never having lost a battle.

Samwell Tarly enumerates on the roles prophecies play in Westeros and Essos alike.

Petyr Baelish details the successes and failures of past Hands of the King.

Jaime Lannister provides the gruesome backstory surrounding "The Rains of Castamere."

Varys explains the origins and the workings of King's Landing.

Jaime Lannister and Euron Greyjoy argue their perspectives of the Greyjoy Rebellion.

Varys explains the backstory of House Blackfyre.

Tormund shares the Free Folks' perspective of Westeros south of The Wall and its inhabitants.

Varys explains the details of the Defiance of Duskendale and how this event forever changed Aerys II Targaryen for the worse.

Varys recounts the terrifying history of Maegor Targaryen, also known as "Maegor the Cruel".

Watch historians, along with George R. R. Martin, explore the interweaving inspirations of the actual players in the era known as "The Wars of the Roses" and other historical events in this two-part series.

Watch historians, along with George R. R. Martin, explore the interweaving inspirations of the actual players in the era known as "The Wars of the Roses" and other historical events in this two-part series.

Special 180 Creating the show open

  • 2012-03-06T02:00:00Z — 5 mins

Deep insights into the creation of the opening credits for Game of Thrones, which was awarded the Emmy.

Executive producers David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, as well as author George R.R. Martin talk about the great challenge of bringing Martin's epic fantasy books to life on HBO.

Character profiles of the 15 main characters in the words of the respective actors.

Character profiles of the 15 main characters in the words of the respective actors.

Character profiles of the 15 main characters in the words of the respective actors.

Character profiles of the 15 main characters in the words of the respective actors.

Character profiles of the 15 main characters in the words of the respective actors.

Character profiles of the 15 main characters in the words of the respective actors.

Character profiles of the 15 main characters in the words of the respective actors.