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This week on our exclusive Game of Thrones recap series 'Cooking With Thrones', host Steven Smith is joined by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel, the author of the official Game of Thrones cookbook, 'A Feast of Ice & Fire'. Plus, they're recapping the latest episode of the show, "Walk of Punishment," and baking Hot Pie's Direwolf Scones! Read More...

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Want to get the inside scoop on this week's episode of 'Game of Thrones,' direct from Samwell Tarly himself - John Bradley? Then tune into the second episode of our exclusive recap/cooking show 'Cooking With Thrones': Read More...

...not of the high-rated series, naturally, but something bad is going to do down this season in Bon Temps.

With season five of "True Blood" mostly a wash, the showrunners appear to be picking up immediately after its conclusion with its most oddball threads: Killer Bill: the Blood God.

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If you're attending South by Southwest this weekend (or just in Austin anyway), Mondo is running a gallery event based on "Game of Thrones" (we brought you news about it a couple of weeks back, actually).

Anyway, Entertainment Weekly has debuted two posters which will be available this week (Mondo's releasing two a week up until the premiere of the show on March 31).

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Fresh off of their series of Oscar-themed posters, Mondo has announced that they've teamed up with HBO for a gallery event featuring art inspired by "Game of Thrones." Plus, a new series of posters based on the series is on the way.

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Fans of George R. R. Martin's "A Storm of Swords" have wondered how HBO will be able to adapt the first half of the novel into the third season of HBO's "Game of Thrones." The answer, apparently, is put more dragons in it--at least based on the latest trailer for the March premiere.

Can Tyrion wrest control away from his increasingly mad nephew? Will the Starks get their vengeance upon the Lannisters? Are we going to see actual dragon fire?

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Deadline reports that the "Game of Thrones" creator has signed a deal with HBO to develop another project as part of a two-year contract with the network.

So how's this going to affect George R.R. Martin's role on "Game of Thrones," you might ask?

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If I had a time machine the first thing I would do is travel to March 31st, 2013 so I could watch the "Game of Thrones" third season premiere. Unfortunately, I don't have time machine, so the official "Game of Thrones" production diary has been getting a lot of my attention. And they recently released a new behind the scenes video, dubbed "Molding the Book Into a Series."

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Last year, "Dexter" just barely edged out "Game of Thrones" for the top slot in TorrentFreak's "Top 10 Most Pirated TV Shows". But the tides have turned, with HBO's adaptation of George R.R. Martin's fantasy epic becoming the most pirated TV show of 2012. Read More...

The third season of "Game of Thrones" is still a few months away, but the official production diary (here) is giving us plenty of looks behind the scenes to prepare us for the events ahead. The latest featurette – "Making Game of Thrones: Art Direction" – introduces us to to art directors Heather Greenlees and Tom Still, who share how working on the same show year after year stays interesting.

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We've seen a teaser poster for 'Game of Thrones,' and gotten a teaser video, but tonight on HBO, we got the clearest look yet at the upcoming adventures of our favorite Westerosi. The video - a Production Featurette, with interviews, sneak peaks, and more - just premiered as part of the 'Boardwalk Empire' season finale, but you can check it out right here, right now: Read More...

The world of Westeros introduced in "Game of Thrones" is a pretty big place with lots of people and places you'll need to remember if you want to stay in the loop. To make things a little easier for us, Random House Digital has created the "A World of Ice and Fire" app, a massive digital guide to "Game of Thrones" featuring character bios and interactive maps. Read More...

Converse All-Stars are probably one of the most widely loved brands of sneakers in the world. So, covering them with artwork inspired by a fantasy television series with an almost fanatical following like "Game of Thrones"is a no-brainer.

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Forged under the orders of King Aegon the Conqueror, the Iron Throne was constructed by melting down a reforming the swords belonging to the hundreds of lords who swore fealty to him. For most of us, the only throne we get to enjoy is the porcelain one in our bathroom. However, this wall decal will make you feel like you have a "Game of Thrones" inspired Iron Throne of your own.

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When you separate out the individual elements of True Blood's fifth season, on the face of it, a lot of them should have worked. You've got Alcide's pack battle for superiority, exploring Terry's messed up past during the Iraq conflict, the Hoyt-Jessica-Jason triangle ultimately damaging each character in some way and providing some of the season's genuine heart, Lafayette saving the spirit of Jesus, and the introduction of the vampire Authority and their mostly unexplored mythology. And while it's necessary--important--that all of these elements be woven together into a cohesive story, season five instead feels like a mashup of plot bits, happening at seemingly random intervals. Storylines drop in and out (along with their characters), leaving the season without any real momentum or tension.

And while the finale introduces a couple of interesting turns, they come at the conclusion of a mostly meandering season that will probably go down as "the one where they lifted the blood god plot from the first Blade."

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