HBO’s epic fantasy drama Game of Thrones once again leads the pack of contenders for the Primetime Emmy Awards, grabbing 23 nominations for its sixth season.
Game of Thrones is getting gamified for San Diego Comic-Con. To acquaint Westeros wannabes with the myriad Thrones merchandise, HBO is sending fans on a quest (#GoTScavengerHunt) through the convention center and surrounding environs to find and photograph select products — everything from a frighteningly realistic (and pricey) Night King mask to Dany’s dragon choker to a collection of plush direwolves. The latter is among the exclusive collectibles that will only be available at Comic-Con. Related: Where You Can See Your Favorite ‘Game of Thrones’ Stars Before Season 7 Starts Yahoo TV has a sneak peek at those exclusives and some of the other Thrones swag scattered across the Seven Kingdoms (OK, at select booths) at the San Diego orgy of geekery, which runs July 20-24.
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On a British radio show, the actress who plays Arya was asked if we'd see Rickon Stark again — and she actually gave an answer.
Our long wait is (almost) over. A year after the Season 5 finale that launched a thousand fan theories, Game of Thrones is preparing to enter new territory in its sixth season, which debuts Sunday, April 24 on HBO. For the first time in its history, the series will venture completely off book, as the writers have lapped the release of author George R.R. Martin’s final two novels.