Game of Thrones: Season 4
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Season 4 Synopsis
In this thrilling fourth season based on George R.R. Martin’s bestselling books, the Lannisters’ control over the Iron Throne remains intact, but can they survive their own egos as well as the ongoing threats around them? While an unshaken Stannis Baratheon continues to rebuild his army on Dragonstone, a more immediate danger comes from the south, as Oberyn Martell, the Lannister-loathing 'Red Viper of Dorne', arrives at King’s Landing to attend Joffrey’s wedding. At the Wall, the Night’s Watch seems overmatched against Mance Rayder’s advancing army of wildlings, which in turn is being trailed by an even more formidable foe. What’s more, Daenerys Targaryen, accompanied by her fierce trio of dragons and an Unsullied army, is poised to 'liberate' Meereen, the largest Slaver City in the east, which could provide her with an imposing force to execute her ultimate plan of reclaiming the Iron Throne for her family.
Bonus content available on Season 4:
Show writer Bryan Cogman leads a panel of some of the many cast members who meet their demise in Season 4. From reminiscing on when they first learned of their death to shooting their final scene, this 30-minute feature will shed light on what it’s like to live, and die in the Game of Thrones world.
New Characters & Locations
Explore the new societies, cultures and locations of Season Four of Game of Thrones.
Wall Battle Feature
In true Game of Thrones fashion, follow the near-army of cast and crew as they create the most ambitious battle to date. This 30-minute documentary explores the challenges of putting together one of the series’ most intense episodes, with never-before-seen material.
The Politics of Power: A Look Back at Season 3
Revisit the brutal events of Season 3 to see the power shifts that define Westeros at the start of Season 4.
Game of Thrones is one of HBO’s signature series and a huge runaway hit for the network. This year, a plethora of compelling storylines will play out to their inevitable, and bloody, conclusions. As the season begins, encouraged by the Red Wedding slaughter in the Riverlands that wiped out many of their Stark nemeses, the Lannisters’ hold on the Iron Throne remains intact … but can they survive their own egos as well as new and ongoing threats from the south, north and east? While an unbowed Stannis Baratheon continues to rebuild his army in Dragonstone, a more immediate danger comes from the south, as Oberyn Martell, the Lannister-loathing “Red Viper of Dorne,” arrives at King’s Landing to attend Joffrey’s wedding to Margaery Tyrell, and perhaps act on an ulterior agenda. In the north, a depleted Night’s Watch seems overmatched against the inexorable Wall advances of Mance Rayder’s army of wildlings, which in turn is being trailed by an even more formidable foe: the undead White Walkers. If that’s not enough, Daenerys Targaryen, accompanied by her fierce trio of dragons and Unsullied army, is poised to "liberate" Meereen, the largest Slaver City in the east, which could provide her with an imposing force to execute her ultimate plan: to sail to Westeros and reclaim the Iron Throne the Lannisters usurped from her family.
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This series is a work of love, and it shows in the quality of acting, shot locations, studio sets, and writing. Across the board, this is the best thing I've ever seen. I am always glad to lend my GOT videos to friends (for short periods of time), and then I sit back and wait for their phone calls and love the chance to talk with them about GOT and to hear their reactions to story events. When I get the videos back, I watch them all again.
Watching the GOT videos also enhances reading the books. The books cover so many characters and events that it is difficult to process it all the first few readings. The videos make it easier to keep track of characters in the book, because you have pictures of them in your head. It is also easier to pick up additional information, because it stands out from info viewed in the videos. It is also fun to reread the books to identify story events that differ in the book from the videos.
GOT IS ENGAGING IN WAYS NEVER BEFORE EXPERIENCED. IF YOU ARE NOT WATCHING, YOU ARE MISSING A BIT OF HEAVEN ON EARTH.
This is a MASTERFUL series. MUCH WATCH.
I also want to give a nod to Jack Gleeson. We all hated Joffery, which is kind of the point. The kid is a terrific actor to bring such a rotten little monster to life and make us all revile him so much. It was great to see the little turd get what he had coming, but in a way I think I'm actually going to miss him. He certainly brought something to the show in the form of a memorable villain.
I simply cannot say enough good things about this season of Game of Thrones.
Not much to say so far about the box set itself, but I LOVE the cover art). There are at least two deleted scenes thus far that we know of, and more of the typical extras. An interview with the man himself, George RR Martin, a look back at the effects that the Red Wedding had on the war in season 3, commentaries of course, a thirty minute documentary about the battle for the Wall, a look at some of the cast members and their character's deaths, and more history and lore from the books that the show skips over.
This season takes the viewer through most of the events of the book "A Feast for Crows," the fourth book in the Fire & Ice series.
The acting is superb, the special effects are fantastic, and the story is intriguing.
We see Arya head across the sea. The Queen of Dragons does not invade Westros, but the Iron Throne is well aware of her. Sasha is with Little Finger in the Aerie. Tyrion gets in more than a bit of trouble.
The series continues to pay back goodness and kindness with death and pain, and good people die.
Without giving anything away, I will say Peter Drinklage and Lena Heady should both be getting Emmys this year. Jon Snow takes charge and we LIKE It. Sansa comes of age. A lot of sad deaths. A few gratifying deaths! Those dragons are getting very big. Arya and the Hound -- hostage situation or unlikely alliance? Does Jamie Lannister have a heart? Never underestimate the women of Highgarden.
Politics is a strange balance -- what happens if you free slaves and they may have actually liked their captivity? With great power comes great responsibility. Can there ever be love without betrayal? How far do we go to keep our word? Family trumps all -- or does it? One of the things I love about this series is that the big questions continue to be asked and there are never simple answers. It all ends on an intriguing note and now I can't wait for Season 5.
Yes, it's a must-see for all GOT fans! Don't miss it.