Welcome to "GoT" 101.
'Who Fears Death,' a 2010 novel by U.S.-Nigerian Nnedi Okorafor, is a post-apocalyptic account of a genocide in Africa.
Martin calls a French fantasy series "the original game of thrones."
The HBO hit has a long list of unforgettable characters, but Brienne of Tarth towers above them all.
How did Brienne of Tarth become one of Westeros's fiercest warriors?
Westeros may be the most dangerous place to live. The numbers don't lie.
Winter is going to have to come (a lot) later than planned.
The show's creator addressed plot rumors and shared new details on HBO's plans to keep "Thrones" alive.
Tourist demand for the breathtaking wilderness that HBO used in its popular fantasy series has helped rescue the once-struggling country.
From Elvish languages of the Middle Earth to Dothraki, fantasy languages are alive and well.
From Westeros to Westworld, 2016 had a surfeit of pop culture moments (even though we excluded the latter in our top 16)
Reps for HBO tell Newsweek that whatever the project is, it's not connected to the network or "Game of Thrones."
It looks like a big season ahead for Jon.
"The female becomes a linchpin for shock driven visual tales using extreme violence."
First it was Jon and Sansa, could these "Thrones" siblings be next?
A new actor has been spotted on the season seven set and will seemingly share scenes with Kit Harington.
This is one casting stunt that would prompt a collective geekgasm...
Emilia Clarke dropped a big spoiler for season seven at Sunday's Emmys.
Is Robert Baratheon's bastard son still rowing that darn paddleboat?
When will the next book in George R.R. Martin's series be delivered?