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Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones is an American fantasy drama television series created by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss for HBO. It is an adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martins series of fantasy novels, the first of which is A Game of Thrones. The show was both produced and filmed in Belfast and elsewhere in the United Kingdom. Filming locations also included Canada, Croatia, Iceland, Malta, Morocco, and Spain. The series premiered on HBO in the United States on April 17, 2011, and concluded on May 19, 2019, with 73 episodes broadcast over eight seasons. Set on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos, Game of Thrones has several plots and a large ensemble cast and follows several story arcs. One arc is about the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms and follows a web of alliances and conflicts among the noble dynasties either vying to claim the throne or fighting for independence from it. Another focuses on the last descendant of the realms deposed ruling dynasty, who has been exiled and is plotting a return to the throne, while another story arc follows the Nights Watch, a brotherhood defending the realm against the fierce peoples and legendary creatures of the North. Game of Thrones attracted a record viewership on HBO and has a broad, active, and international fan base. The series was acclaimed by critics for its acting, complex characters, story, scope, and production values, although its frequent use of nudity and violence including sexual violence was criticized; the final season received further criticism for its condensed story and creative decisions, with many considering it a disappointing conclusion. The series received 58 Primetime Emmy Awards, the most by a drama series, including Outstanding Drama Series in 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019. Its other awards and nominations include three Hugo Awards for Best Dramatic Presentation 2012–2014, a 2011 Peabody Award, and five nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Drama 2012 and 2015–2018. In 2019, the shows final season established a new record for most Emmy nominations received in the same year by any regular series with 32, breaking the 25 years long record of 26 nominations established by NYPD Blue in 1994; it also established Game of Thrones as the drama series with the most overall Emmy nominations, with a total of 161. Of the ensemble cast, Peter Dinklage has won four Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series 2011, 2015, 2018, and 2019 and the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film 2012 for his performance as Tyrion Lannister. Alfie Allen, Gwendoline Christie, Emilia Clarke, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Kit Harington, Sophie Turner, Diana Rigg, Carice van Houten, Max von Sydow, and Maisie Williams have also received Primetime Emmy Award nominations for their performances.


A Game of Thrones

A Game of Thrones is the first novel in A Song of Ice and Fire, a series of fantasy novels by the American author George R. R. Martin. It was first published on August 1, 1996. The novel won the 1997 Locus Award and was nominated for both the 1997 Nebula Award and the 1997 World Fantasy Award. The novella Blood of the Dragon, comprising the Daenerys Targaryen chapters from the novel, won the 1997 Hugo Award for Best Novella. In January 2011, the novel became a New York Times Bestseller and reached No. 1 on the list in July 2011. In the novel, recounting events from various points of view, Martin introduces the plot-lines of the noble houses of Westeros, the Wall, and the Targaryens. The novel has inspired several spin-off works, including several games. It is also the namesake and basis for the first season of Game of Thrones, an HBO television series that premiered in April 2011. A March 2013 paperback TV tie-in re-edition was also titled Game of Thrones, excluding the indefinite article "A".


Music of Game of Thrones

The music for the fantasy TV series Game of Thrones is composed by Ramin Djawadi. The music is primarily non-diegetic and instrumental with the occasional vocal performances, and is created to support musically the characters and plots of the show. It features various themes, the most prominent being the "main title theme" that accompanies the series title sequence. In every season, a soundtrack album was released. The music for the show has won a number of awards, including a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series in 2018 and 2019. A series of concerts which featured Game of Thrones music, Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience with composer Ramin Djawadi, took place in 2017–2018. First to be performed in Saint Paul, Minnesota, it then went on to tour across the United States, Canada and Europe. This is followed by a world tour starting May 2018 in Madrid. The music of Game of Thrones has inspired many cover versions; the main title theme is particularly popular. There are also decidedly non-medieval renditions of songs from the seriess source novels by indie bands. These adaptations, according to Wired, create attention for the series in media that wouldnt normally cover it, but are also notable for their musical merits independent of the series.


A Game of Thrones (board game)

A Game of Thrones is a strategy board game created by Christian T. Petersen and released by Fantasy Flight Games in 2003. The game is based on the A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series by George R. R. Martin. It was followed in 2004 by the expansion A Clash of Kings, and in 2006 by the expansion A Storm of Swords. A Game of Thrones allows the players to take on the roles of several of the Great Houses vying for control of the Seven Kingdoms, including House Stark, House Lannister, House Baratheon, House Greyjoy, House Tyrell, and as of the expansion A Clash of Kings, House Martell. Players maneuver armies to secure support in the various regions that comprise the Seven Kingdoms, with the goal of capturing enough support to claim the Iron Throne. The basic gameplay mechanics are reminiscent of Diplomacy, especially in the order-giving process, though A Game of Thrones is significantly more complicated overall. In 2004, A Game of Thrones won three Origins Awards for Best Traditional Board Game, Best Board Game, and Best Board Game Design for the year 2003. A second edition of the game was released in 2011.

A Game of Thrones (disambiguation)

A Game of Thrones (disambiguation)

A Game of Thrones is the first novel in George R. R. Martins fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire.

A Game of Thrones or Game of Thrones may also refer to:


1. Common uses

  • A Game of Thrones comics, a 2011 comic book adaptation of George R. R. Martins eponymous fantasy novel
  • A Song of Ice and Fire aka Game of Thrones universe, the fictional universe of "Game of Thrones"
  • Game of Thrones, an HBO television series that debuted in 2011, based on A Song of Ice and Fire

2. Games

  • A Game of Thrones: Second Edition card game, a 2015 card game
  • A Game of Thrones card game, a 2002 card game
  • A Game of Thrones board game, a 2003 strategy board game
  • Game of Thrones 2012 video game, a 2012 action role-playing video game developed by Cyanide
  • Game of Thrones 2014 video game, a 2014 episodic video game developed by Telltale Games
  • Game of Thrones: Seven Kingdoms, a canceled browser-based MMORPG developed by Bigpoint Games
  • Reigns: Game of Thrones, a 2018 strategy video game developed by Nerial
  • A Game of Thrones role-playing game, a 2005 tabletop role-playing game
  • Game of Thrones: Winter is Coming, a 2019 videogame
  • A Game of Thrones: Genesis, a 2011 strategy video game developed by Cyanide
  • Game of Thrones Ascent, a 2013 strategy video game developed by Disruptor Beam

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