Episode 01: Two SwordsEpisode 02: The Lion and the RoseEpisode 03: Breaker of ChainsEpisode 04: OathkeeperEpisode 05: First of His NameEpisode 06: The Laws of Gods and MenEpisode 07: MockingbirdEpisode 08: The Mountain and the ViperEpisode 09: The Watchers on the WallEpisode 10: The Children
Game Of Thrones - Season 4In Season 4, the Lannisters hold on the Iron Throne remains intact in the wake of the Red Wedding slaughter that wiped out many of their Stark nemeses. But can they survive their own ego as well as new and ongoing threats? In King';;;;s Landing, Tyrion welcomes Prince Oberyn Martell of Dorne for the royal wedding. Elsewhere, Jaime readjusts to life after his imprisonment. Up North, Jon shares what he learned beyond the Wall as the wildlings continue to plan their attack.Keywords:
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Creators of "Game Of Thrones - Season 4"
David BenioffBirthdate: 25 September 1970, New York City, New York, USA
D.B. WeissBirthdate: 23 April 1971, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Critic Reviews of "Game Of Thrones - Season 4"
GrantlandApril 02, 2014
The show proceeds at its own stately pace, telling its own knotty story. Rather than be concerned that future seasons might mar the world that Martin, Benioff, and Weiss have painstakingly created.
NewsdayApril 01, 2014
Still TV's best -- dive in while the water's warm. Winter is coming, after all.
St. Louis Post-DispatchApril 07, 2014
To my taste, the characters and their relationships are the primary draw for Game of Thrones, along with the political wrangling for the Iron Throne.
Boston GlobeApril 07, 2014
Each of the actors rises to that challenge, whether playing opposite one person or a multitude of extras.
Uncle BarkyApril 05, 2014
HBO very well could hit the 10-season mark with what's become its franchise series. There's no reason to kill this golden calf -- particularly with so many characters still available to be sacrificed instead.
Film School RejectsApril 03, 2014
At its best, the show is completely unpredictable and meticulously detailed in its orchestration of pain and agony. So far as we can tell, season four stands to be its finest frame yet.
ScreenRantApril 08, 2014
Every character beat feels like it's been crafted to its finest point, while each scene carries with it the possibility of drastic change - but that is only because the series has done such a fantastic job conditioning the audience to expect such things.
Contra Costa TimesApril 07, 2014
Rejoice! Game of Thrones is back in all its epic, sprawling, bloody glory. And Sunday's briskly paced Season 4 opener, "Two Swords," did not disappoint.
The LoopApril 07, 2014
It's been three seasons since the series premiere, but Game of Thrones still knows how to open with power.
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