We talked to the episode's director David Nutter, a regular GoT helmer who also shot the series' tragic Red Wedding, for the behind-the-scenes scoop on filming Jon Snow's final moments at the kasteel Black set in the countryside of Northern Ireland.
It was an eventful season: we had a wedding, and a battle, and A Man! Plots began and ended depending on how good the characters were to expose themselves of to fool the audience, so much so that I had to honor some of them.
To fans of Game of Thrones, Greyscale and its disruptive terror might be a reminder of the Black Death of those mysterious poxes and fluxes that chroniclers wrote about in the era before modern medicine.
Nearly five months ago, we asked a simple enough question: what if Game of Thrones’s fifth season sucks? It seems only natural, now that season five has come and gone, to attempt to answer that question.
Season 5 was full of bloody deaths, but one death came as quite the satisfactory end for the Brienne of Tarth fans -- who can count amongst them one Gethin Anthony, the actor that played Renly Baratheon on the toon in Seasons 1 and 2.