As things officially ground to a halt in Hollywood yesterday – due to the writers and actors now on strike over fair wages and the use of AI in Hollywood – we learned House of the Dragon will at least continue filming. The actors of the SAG-AFTRA labour organisation officially voted yesterday to strike, leading to […]
Geeky TV shows like Sherlock, Sandman, Doctor Who, Black Mirror and Game of Thrones entered Currys’ battle royale of British TV watching habits.
While Merchoid cannot know the actual number of combatants in each fantasy army, here are some estimates based on the whole Game of Thrones timeline, Lord of the Rings’ War of the Ring, and The Wheel of Time’s The Last Battle, for the five strongest armies in each series.
In the House of the Dragon, fans can see a prequel to Game of Thrones that transports them to a time roughly 200 years in the past, when House Targaryen ruled over the Seven Kingdoms.
JustWatch’s data, an analysis of how people use their search engine, shows that others in the UK might be doing the same as me. That’s to say, watching or researching where to watch, as the Game of Thrones prequel is the top performer in the UK streaming search stats.
The cruise means the ship docking, you getting off and exploring some of the locations, including Kings Landing, Qarth and the city of Meereen.
When it comes to recognisability, the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genres arguably have some of the most unique and iconic theme tunes that even non-watchers or fans may know through general pop culture references.
The prequel series finds the Targaryen dynasty at the absolute apex of its power, with more than 15 dragons under their yoke.
I’ve been in paintball battles, and it gets pretty intense with just a few people. So when I got an email inviting me to guess what the biggest on-screen battle of all time was, I was curious.
Centuries before the events of A Game of Thrones, House Targaryen—the only family of dragonlords to survive the Doom of Valyria—took up residence on Dragonstone.