On Game of Thrones season seven, it was the women who ruled the day, at last.
Game of Thrones is culminating with an incestuous relationship. Game of Thrones fam, we cool?
This is a violent, cruel, awful world, and it’s filled with people who do terrible things to each other in an ever-creative series of ways.
Television is past its golden age, but that doesn’t mean it won’t circle back again.
Where is Game of Thrones going? Can we expect the show to be able to keep up with the incredible tangle that it has backed itself into?
Don’t go into Outlander with the expectation of meeting a real feminist heroine like Arya Stark.
How is it that we can imagine a world where dragons walk the Earth, but not one where women don’t have to fear rape?
Pop culture juggernaut Game of Thrones is returning to the US on 7 April, and the hit HBO series will be simulcast in the UK, showing just how big its fandom has grown—and highlighting the tensions that can arise when programmes have international viewers who don’t like being spoiled by those in earlier time zones …