We revisit our forecasts from three months ago and respond to readers’ feedback about the season
As the chess pieces are set up for the final act, the players of the Game of Thrones use chaos to get their revenge
In The Battle of the Bastards, fighting has exploded across two continents – so are the tactics genuine and is the violence authentic?
What can Game of Thrones tell us about how we discuss politics?
The Broken Man was an episode in which many characters – including Theon, Cersei, the Hound and Sansa – dealt with trauma
As our characters start to take on their likely final forms for the story, we see them all checking back in with their families in Blood of my Blood
This week we examine the grey areas of Stark privilege and whether Pyke can live up to its ship building bravado
Daenerys is fighting with fire, but what compromises must be made to keep the peace?
With the aftermath of Jon Snow’s return sending shockwaves across The Wall, our hosts examine what really makes a villain
Young family members are seizing power up and down the continent, but does anyone have a strategy to rule the Seven Kingdoms?
With two coups on either end of Westeros, our hosts examine whether Alliser Thorne or Ellaria Sand will be able to wield power now they’ve grabbed it
In the first episode of the Guardian’s newest podcast, Spencer Ackerman and Laura Hudson tackle the conflicts, schemes and themes on Game of Thrones Don’t miss an episode – subscribe on iTunes