The fight for the ‘throne’ continues “All men must die.”


This is the tagline of the highly anticipated Game of Thrones Season 4, as it vividly tells the visual tale of George R.R. Martin’s fantasy novel, A Song of Ice and Fire.

Keeping fans on the edge of their seats, the first episode of the season premiered in the country on April 13 over cable TV’s HBO Original Channel. With the title “Two Swords,” the series begins with Lord Tywin giving Jaime Lannister one of the two Valyrian swords.

The threatening character of Oberyn Martell comes to King’s Landing to seek revenge on the current throne-holders, declaring, “The Lannisters aren’t the only ones who always pay their debts.”

Jon Snow also appears in the first episode, now back in the walls of the north—Castle Black—with a more assertive demeanor, warning of the White Walkers’ attack. Daenerys Targaryen also makes her presence known, together with her “children,” the three dragons, who seem hard to tame in their now-teenage stage.

Death, schemes, and nudity continue for the rest of the exciting season as each “house” fights for the throne that reigns Westeros.

Game of Thrones, as well as other HBO series, can now be viewed within 12 hours from its US premiere via HBO Go, a new live streaming application that has over 1200 hours of content featuring HBO Original series, concerts and movies all in one venue.


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