Game of Thrones

2011 • HBO
4.8
68.9K reviews
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Season 1 episodes (10)

1 Winter Is Coming
4/17/11
Series Premiere. Lord Ned Stark is troubled by disturbing reports from a Night's Watch deserter; King Robert and Lannisters arrive at Winterfell; the exiled Viserys Targaryen forges a powerful new allegiance.
2 The Kingsroad
4/24/11
Bran's fate remains in doubt; Jon and Tyrion head to the Wall; Ned faces a family crisis en route to King's Landing; Viserys bides his time in hopes of winning back the throne; Dany focuses on pleasing her new husband, Drogo.
3 Lord Snow
5/1/11
Jon impresses Tyrion at Castle Black; Ned confronts his past and future at King's Landing; Daenerys finds herself at odds with Viserys.
4 Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things
5/8/11
Ned looks to a book for clues to the death of his predecessor, and uncovers one of King Robert's bastards. Robert and his guests witness a tournament honoring Ned. Jon takes measures to protect Sam; a frustrated Viserys clashes with Daenerys.
5 The Wolf and the Lion
5/15/11
Incensed over news of Daenerys' alliance with the Dothrakis, Robert orders a pre-emptive strike on the Targaryens that drives a wedge in his relationship with Ned. A captive Tyrion helps Catelyn. Arya overhears a plot against her father.
6 A Golden Crown
5/22/11
Reinstated as the Hand, Ned sits for the King while Robert is on a hunt. Ned issues a decree that could have long-term consequences. Tyrion confesses to his 'crimes'; Joffrey apologizes to Sansa; Viserys receives from Drogo his final payment for Daenerys.
7 You Win or You Die
5/22/11
Ned confronts Cersei about her secrets; Jon takes his Night's Watch vows; Drogo promises to lead the Dorthraki to King's Landing.
8 The Pointy End
6/5/11
The Lannisters press their advantage over the Starks; Robb rallies his fathers northern allies and heads south to war; Tyrion forms an uneasy alliance with the hill tribes and reunites with his father.
9 Baelor
6/12/11
With Sansas life in danger, Ned makes a fateful decision. Catelyn brokers an unsavory deal. Tyrion is forced to fight on the front lines. Robb captures a prized prisoner. Jon discovers a dark secret about Maester Aemon.
10 Fire and Blood
6/19/11
Season One Finale. As tragic news spreads across the Seven Kingdoms, Bran and Rickon share a prophetic dream, Catelyn interrogates Jaime about her sons fall, and Robbs destiny is forever changed.

About this show

GAME OF THRONES returns for its eighth and final season. Based on the popular book series ‚"A Song of Ice and Fire," by George R.R. Martin, this hit Emmy®-winning fantasy series chronicles an epic struggle for power in a vast and violent kingdom.
4.8
68.9K reviews
Pamela Hendee
December 31, 2017
If you want a show that keeps you guessing from start to finish this is for you! Fell in love with GOT from episode 1 season 1. Everyone on here whining about the show did one of 3 things wrong. 1.) They choose to love only 1 character on the show, sorry your mistake. Never love just one because they can be gone in the blink of a eye. 2.) You whine about the blood, sex and violence. Get over it. It's a work of fiction, it’s not real. Be grossed out by what is really going on in our world not a book or show. 3.) You gave up on this series way to soon. No story is perfect and has it's flaws. But if you sit and watch Outlander on Starz an don't complain about the shows violence you're a hypocrite. Outlander is just as violent and has just as much sex. FYI. I read the Outlander Series an watch the show. Get authors for both Game of Thrones and Outlander which are both works of fiction. Learn to Enjoy a show without judgment till the end.
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Matthew Shin
April 29, 2014
Game of Thrones is easily one of my favorite Television Series ever. Which is interesting because I've never been one to "geek out" on fantasy epics (I.e LotR). The show itself was a massive hit and well received by viewers and critics alike. the characters are all brilliantly written, and brought to life by amazing performance from every talented actor. The location sets, costume designs, and languages are so carefully thought out and prepared, that getting lost in the world of Westeros comes effortlessly. I believe that this "review" is more so about me giving GoT it's well deserved praise, as opposed to recommending it, because everyone watches it by now... And if you're one of the few that haven't caught on... Then start watching immediately... You'll be glad you did. ProjektSHIN
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Julie Ann Singer
September 23, 2021
I cried when this show ended. Wish they knew it was gonna be so great and made first seasons longer. The cast was amazing and always did wonderful job I can imagine how sad it was for them to end the show as well or die off as a character. Best show since lord of the rings trilogy by far. I always loved stories like this unfortunately I wasn't able to read the books but I wish I had been able to I didn't know about them . I was told the made allot of changes to the movie from the actual books. I recommend to anyone who hasn't seen and to watch it from start to end BINGE watch it I've done it 4 xs and still can't get enough. And to the one guy who left bad review you suck 🤣 and special thanks to the cast and crew who made this amazing show I can't wait till my kids are old enough to watch it and know the story! The crew was amazing and that guy who played winter fell soldier I forget his name he was in the documentary YOU ROCK dude ! Sorry your show ended
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