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Nine noble families fight for control over the mythical lands of Westeros, while a forgotten race returns after being dormant for thousands of years.
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 Tyrion Lannister (56 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Cersei Lannister (55 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Daenerys Targaryen (52 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Jon Snow (51 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Sansa Stark (49 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Arya Stark (49 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Jaime Lannister (46 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Jorah Mormont (43 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Theon Greyjoy (40 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Samwell Tarly (40 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Lord Varys (37 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Petyr 'Littlefinger' Baelish (36 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Brienne of Tarth (34 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Davos Seaworth (31 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Bran Stark (31 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Grand Maester Pycelle (31 episodes, 2011-2016)
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 Missandei (31 episodes, 2013-2017)
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 Sandor 'The Hound' Clegane (30 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Bronn (30 episodes, 2011-2016)
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 Eddison Tollett (30 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Podrick Payne (28 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Tywin Lannister (27 episodes, 2011-2015)
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 Margaery Tyrell (26 episodes, 2012-2016)
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 Melisandre (26 episodes, 2012-2016)
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 Joffrey Baratheon (26 episodes, 2011-2014)
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 Grey Worm (26 episodes, 2013-2017)
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 Catelyn Stark (25 episodes, 2011-2013)
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 Tormund Giantsbane (25 episodes, 2013-2017)
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 Barristan Selmy (25 episodes, 2011-2015)
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 Stannis Baratheon (24 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Hodor (23 episodes, 2011-2016)

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In the mythical continent of Westeros, several powerful families fight for control of the Seven Kingdoms. As conflict erupts in the kingdoms of men, an ancient enemy rises once again to threaten them all. Meanwhile, the last heirs of a recently usurped dynasty plot to take back their homeland from across the Narrow Sea. Written by Sam Gray

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During the series you can see characters wearing belts with a particular knot twisted after the buckle, this is clearly visible in most knights. The knot is actually correct and was used in medieval times, is often referred to as a garter and used to fix leg armor pieces to the knights' legs below the knees. It is one of the symbols of the English "Order of the Garter", the highest chivalric order, which was founded in 1348 by the English King Edward III in the early stages of the 100 Years War with France. The arms of the Order of the Garter is a blue belt, or garter, with this same characteristic knot seen in the TV series. An example can also be seen in the tomb of one of the Order founders, Sir Reginald of Cobham, at Lingnfield Church in Surrey; his effigy has the garter below his left knee. See more »

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Jon Snow: I heard it was best to keep your enemies close.
Stannis Baratheon: Whoever said that didn't have many enemies.
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Fantasy has never seemed so real
22 July 2014 | by (wherever good films play) – See all my reviews

I don't believe there has ever been anything like 'Game of Thrones' on TV. The sheer amount of quality and talent in this series is staggering. The actors (and I mean really ALL the actors), the costumes, the visual effects, the make-up: everybody working on this show seems to have wanted to make Television-history. And the writing is just phenomenal.

'Game of Thrones' may belong to the 'Fantasy' genre, but the world of Westeros and its surrounding lands has been so amazingly well thought through and is inhabited by characters that are so well drawn and credible that everything you watch feels real. Every "country", every city, tribe or family has such a richly detailed history and even mythology that it just never feels like it was made up. Of course, that was all already there in the books – but translating that so perfectly to a TV-show and with such care as was done here really is a rare achievement.

Yet for all its grandeur, scale and breath-taking visuals, what really makes Martin's outstanding work come to life on the small screen is the fantastic ensemble of actors. At the core of this show (any show, really) are the characters. Tyrion, Cersei, Dany, Jamie and John (and all the – many – others) don't lose anything of their complexity; the amazing cast succeeds in showing all their respective characters' inner conflicts and often questionable motivations and virtually no one comes across as one-dimensional (except maybe for Joffrey).

There have been a couple of great TV-shows over the last years, but when it comes to scale AND quality, 'Game of Thrones' is – at the moment – in a league of its own. A joy to watch: breath-taking, epic – and highly addictive – Television. 10 stars out of 10.

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