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Spring is here, the lilacs and cherry blossoms are in full bloom, and, as usual, winter is coming. By Sarah Larson
In the season’s penultimate episode, the big showdown we’d long anticipated—one of them, anyway—came to pass. By Sarah Larson
George R. R. Martin’s story suggests a new sense of what an author owes his readers. By Laura Miller
Binge-watching the most addictive show on television. By Clive James
Among the many other stressors in this show, we’re running out of direwolves. By Sarah Larson
“Game of Thrones” The New Yorker’s coverage of the fantasy books and TV show. On Television July 4, 2016 Issue The Westeros Wing The politics of “Game of Thrones.” By Emily Nussbaum
The season’s second episode was full of fratricide, patricide, head-crushing, infanticide, trompe-l’oeil eyeballs, eunuch jokes, and glorious returns. article game of thrones By Sarah Larson
This installment was about moving plots along and tidying up. Next week: war. By Sarah Larson
There was much brooding, arguing, and warging in this episode, along with Hodor’s long-awaited origin story. By Sarah Larson
This week’s episode started with an “S.N.L.”-style cold open—it was almost as if we were watching a normal TV show. By Sarah Larson

On an especially thrilling episode there were glorious reunions, satisfyingly dirty looks, rousing pep talks, and people resolving to take action. By Sarah Larson
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One of the many great pleasures of the season finale was that justice, grisly justice, was delivered. By Sarah Larson
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This episode, titled “Blood of My Blood,” suggested that maybe the icy undead can be burned up with wildfire. By Sarah Larson
To watch this fantasy drama, you must steel yourself for baby-stabbing, articles game of thrones