'Game of Thrones' star Isaac Hempstead Wright says that while the series' ending shocked many viewers, it came straight from George R.R. Martin himself.
A handful of 'Game of Thrones' fans believe that one of the show's main characters, who we swore died in the season finale, is actually alive and well—and it’s actually not as unbelievable an idea as it sounds.
Throughout the series, fans have been speculating who the Prince That Was Promised might be. But was there was ever one at all?
Lord Varys wrote a lot of letter, but did he manage to send any them? And if so, who will even receive them?
Over the course of almost eight full seasons, we've seen a lot of people die on 'Game of Thrones.' But did they all die?
The Night King is gone, but that doesn't mean there can't (or won't) be another. And if another is made, Jon Snow appears to be a contender for that icy crown.
There's only one episode of 'Game of Thrones' left, and a new fan theory points to a clever way everyone's favorite assassin could target the Mother of Dragons.
Before Varys was killed, fans had reason to believe that he was actually planning on taking out the Mother of Dragons using poison.
The Starks pride themselves on their honor, but it looks like every time one of them falters, they're killed for it. One theory now says Sansa's next.
As you might expect, the theory has received all kinds of reactions, with one commenter writing, “This could also explain why George R. R. Martin forgot to write the last two books of the series.”
The acclaimed author—who regularly shares his pop culture opinions on Twitter—took to social media earlier this week to weigh in on the 'Game of Thrones' finale.
We aren’t sure what tricks Arya Stark has up her sleeve for the remainder of the series, but it seems like she’s scheming for something big.
Despite Jon Snow’s annoying need to always do the right thing, we’re betting most people are rooting for him. So what will his fate be in the final moments of the series?
Fans are still trying to figure out what Bran Stark’s fate will be and what part he’ll play in the final two episodes of 'Game of Thrones.' Could he be the Lord of Light?
Cleganebowl, the fan-named fight between the Hound and the Mountain, could be coming to 'Game of Thrones' soon.
As Sansa said, the men in her family don't do well when they head to King's Landing, but should we be looking to the first season as a way to predict the final two episodes?
If you can correctly guess how 'Game of Thrones' will end, Unforgettable Croatia could send you and a friend on a tour of some of the most picturesque filming locations from the HBO series.
We're all wondering who will be the one to finally kill Cersei Lannister. A new fan theory suggests Sansa Stark could be the one to defeat the queen.
An elaborate new fan theory is predicting that the final season of 'Game of Thrones' might feature a major time loop.
One Redditor combines a couple of prophecies to see which ones young Arya Stark could fulfill.
For a few seasons now, 'Game of Thrones' fans have been convinced that Jon Snow is the prophesized Prince That Was Promised, and would be the person to eventually save Westeros.
We have been suspicious as to why Jaqen H'ghar just let Arya leave the Faceless Men back in the sixth season of 'Game of Thrones.' It all seemed far too easy.