Game of Thrones: Season 2 and Season 3

Season 2 of HBO’s hit fantasy series Game of Thrones has not even aired yet, but we have been given word that there will also be a Season 3. I’m sure fans of the series are breathing a sigh of relief, especially those who have not read the George R.R. Martin books and are wondering what happens next.

The news comes via Charles Dance, otherwise known in the series as Lord Tywin. There had been rumors abounding that the cast and crew of the series had been told to stick around for additional filming, so this is not a huge surprise. Also, the show has been a huge hit for HBO and has been nominated for both SAG and Golden Globe awards.

The only problem I see with the series getting a full run through all of the books has everything to do with how slow George R.R. Martin has been in getting those books written. At the rate he’s going, HBO will have caught up to all of the books before a new one sees the light of day. So dear George, GET TO WRITING. Otherwise, we may have to depend on HBO to finish up the story (not that they probably couldn’t handle it).

Here’s a sneak peek at Season 2:

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3 thoughts on “Game of Thrones: Season 2 and Season 3

  • December 30, 2011 at 1:38 pm

    I absolutely love your site, first off…my fandom is the
    same, and just as rampant.  Absolutely
    love all thing about the Song of Fire And Ice, from the books to the movies to
    the Ned Stark weatherman Winter Is Coming memes online.  The teaser was awesome, too.  I’ve been re-reading the second book and on
    my lunch break from my job at DISH I’ve been logging in to my regular customer
    account through DISHOnline and watching the first season again, too.  It’s awesome that they have the whole first
    season and I don’t have to wait for it to come out on DVD.  Thanks again for the breakdown of the teaser,
    can’t wait for season two!

    • December 31, 2011 at 9:31 pm

      I read all of the books this past summer (that was a LOT of reading). The series is just as good, too! Thank you for reading my blog and thanks for your nice words!

  • January 9, 2012 at 6:25 pm

    I’ve just got to get Dances with Dragons (waiting for paperback) then I have the whole current set. Then I’m going to have a nice long Summer where I read all of them in order. It’s going to be lovely.

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