The author has hinted at a 2021 release for his next novel 'Winds of Winter'
George R.R. Martin
LOS ANGELES: "Game of Thrones" returns for its season seven premiere on July 16, HBO announced Thursday in an elaborate marketing stunt which elated and bemused fans of the hit fantasy show. In a gimmick described by the New York Times as "memorably misguided," the US cable network revealed all in a Facebook Live video showing a block of ice which viewers had to melt by commenting "Fire" to reveal the date. The process was supposed to take a touch under 15 minutes -- already a long time to be concentrating on a block…
LOS ANGELES: As HBO's hit "Game of Thrones" heads towards its concluding seasons, George R. R. Martin, the author behind the medieval fantasy series, has already lined up his next TV project, a new anthology series called "Wild Cards."
SAN FRANCISCO: Hit fantasy TV show "Game of Thrones" pulled in nearly nine million viewers Sunday, its highest one-day audience figures ever, for the season six finale broadcast on HBO.
WASHINGTON: "Game of Thrones" fans were let down Saturday, when author George R.R. Martin admitted he had missed a December 31 deadline to complete the latest installment in the fantasy series.
HBO's medieval saga "Game of Thrones" is known for serving up graphic deaths of its lead characters, but when fan favourite Jon Snow was killed off, avid followers speculated every theory and sighting that would bring back their heroic soldier.
HBO's most-watched series, the medieval fantasy drama "Game of Thrones," will likely continue through three more seasons, a network executive said on Thursday, as he defended the show's gritty violence.
Game of Thrones character Jon Snow trends on Twitter in Pakistan, following his epic clash with 'The White Walkers' in the latest Game of Thrones episode.
Cast members of hit TV series Game of Thrones predicted the audience would be shocked at the plot twists to come in season five, which premiered in London on Wednesday.
SAN DIEGO: Laughter and death did battle on Friday at HBO's "Game of Thrones" panel at Comic Con, one of the highlights of the annual gathering of entertainment enthusiasts, with the introduction of new characters to supplant the deceased for season five.