Jedediah Purdy on why the pleasures of "A Song of Ice and Fire" aren't just narrative and political, but also cosmological.
Dear TV: GOT
Television Section: LARB’s Collected “Game of Thrones” Coverage
Kristen Warner is here to tell you that Game of Thrones is a soap opera, that you are soap opera fans, and that it's okay.
DAENERYS TARGARYEN is everyone’s favorite liberator: beautiful, blonde, bold and just. Over three series, she has acquired an army and three...
This Week on Dear Television: "Reading Needles," from Sarah Mesle "The Most Fun Show to Talk About on Television," from AHP "Arya Stark, FTW...
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Dead Joffrey
'Do I Have a Champion?'
Game of Thrones, Cliven Bundy, & the Fantasy of Freedom
Ten Things I Hate About My Favorite Show
The Trans Oberyn Tipping Point
Arya's American Fantasy
Eyes Wide Shut
50 Shades of Black and White
Cersei Lannister’s Last F–ckable Day
When Bad Things Happen to Good People
50 Shades of Greyscale
What Happened and What Should Have Happened
Here’s a thought experiment for you. What if the person gazing at the naked Melisandre — gazing at all the women in this episode — was Prince?
Jon Can’t Go On, He’ll Go On
"I'm With Her"
“We can go home now, Hodor”
Imma Let You Finish But Don’t Drink That, She’s Trying to Kill You
You Know I’ll Never Hurt You, Right: Or, Chopping Wood in Westeros
Let's not go to Riverrun, it's a silly place.
Evil Father’s Day: or, We’re Not Going to Do That, at Least Maybe Not
Winter is here!
Soup, Poop, and Climate Change
Tarly Tarly Bo-Barly Banana-Fana Fo-Farly Fee-Fy-Mo-Marly TARLY!
Dear Television discusses what happens when the Game of Thrones is only played by veterans and no rookies.
Sarah Mesle on Cersei, Dany, Sansa, and Tracy Flick
Dear Television ponders which chosen one is the most chosen, and whether there's something else dragons can do.
That bowl of fermented crab seems sort of unsteady; how do you keep it from spilling if you’re taking that little rowboat on the ocean? Invest in...
Every city in the world is built on wildfire — Dear Television on the end of Game of Thrones, season seven.
Dear Television's Aaron Bady and Sarah Mesle dramatically reunite to discuss "Winterfell" and why it's a dumb idea for Game of Thrones to ever really...
Dear Television's Aaron Bady, Sarah Mesle, and Phil Maciak reluctantly celebrate all the characters who survived "The Long Night," they guess.
For Dear Television, Aaron Bady and Sarah Mesle check in with the last of the Starks on the day after the long night in Westeros.
For Dear Television, Aaron Bady, Sarah Mesle, and Phil Maciak consider the relative madness of the queen(s) on Game of Thrones.
For Dear Television, Aaron Bady and Sarah Mesle consider the new occupant of the Iron Throne and what got them there and ask, "But why, though?"