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    'Game of Thrones' Renewed for Fifth and Sixth Seasons

    The season four premiere episode of "Game of Thrones" saw a record-high number of views in its history on April 6. Today, HBO announced that it has renewed the Golden Globe winning series for fifth and sixth seasons. Just don't expect the new seasons to start lining up with George R.R. Martin's book...

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    'Game of Thrones' Creator George R.R. Martin Wants Series to End with a Film

    With the "Game of Thrones" books and TV series amongst the most popular and profitable sources of entertainment out there, it shouldn't be a surprise that George R.R. Martin, the writer behind the series of novels, is considering ending it all with a movie.

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    George R.R. Martin Says 'Game Of Thrones' Movie In Discussion, Could Be Based On 'Tales Of Dunk And Egg'

    Geez, season four hasn't even started (latest trailer here), but the folks behind HBO hit "Game Of Thrones" are already plotting how things will end. Indeed, the show writers are already contemplating wrapping things up after seventh or eighth season... or will they? Right now, this is HBO's biggest...

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    George R.R. Martin Calls Walter White “A Bigger Monster” Than Anyone in 'Game Of Thrones'

    This week has seen “Breaking Bad” fans leading a scattered, troubled existence, after last Sunday's episode “Ozymandias” blew us away in its unflinching, Rian Johnson-helmed march toward the series' finale. In one hour of television, Walt (Bryan Cranston) and his personal desires turned a corner for...

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    More Sex and Dragons on TV, Fewer Books? George R. R. Martin Signs Deal to Develop New Projects at HBO

    "Game of Thrones" has been a significant hit in both ratings and reviews for HBO, snagging Emmy nominations while winning over audiences with a signature mixture of fantasy intrigue, sexposition, dragons and a fierce Peter Dinklage. So it's more than reasonable that the cable network w...

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