The Wall St. Journal.com The new season of HBO’s hit drama “Game of Throne” is out and it’s time to learn how the series is coming together.
While the first season premiered back in 2013, season two will be released this month.
This is an amazing time to be a fan of “Game” and “Game Thrones” because we are finally getting our first look at what the new seasons will have in store.
“Game Of Thrones” and its follow-up series, “The Soprano,” both have some similarities in that both are historical dramas, but they have their own distinctive voice.
“The HBO show “The Wire” was very different from the ‘Game’ show,” said Richard Schiff, executive vice president at Warner Bros. Television, in a phone interview.
“There was a lot of dialogue, and there were lots of storylines that were very different.
And it made sense for us to try to take the characters that are iconic from the show and make them our own.”
In this case, the characters will be the late, great King Edward I and Queen Elizabeth II.
Both of them are the only royal in history to rule over multiple countries, but the first and only time that a female ruler has ever ruled in Britain, and the only time a female monarch has ever led an empire.
Both have faced major challenges from the Tudors, and both have been in conflict with the Scottish King James I. Schiff said he and his team were looking for stories to connect with the audience and he was looking for something that would resonate.
“What we are trying to do is really give the audience something that is a story from the first episode,” Schiff said.
“It’s about the struggle that Elizabeth had in her life with this idea that she’s the only female monarch in the world.
And then it was about this idea of, you know, ‘Oh, I’ve got to protect you from the Scots.'”
“The Game of Thrones” first season was set in the late 13th century, about 14 years after the death of King James, and focuses on a young Queen Elizabeth who is trying to secure her throne as the rightful heir to the throne.
The series is a great example of how the showrunners have used a series that is set in England and England is the world’s largest nation to create a show that will resonate with the global audience.
“We really feel like it’s really going to resonate with a lot more people around the world,” Schiff continued.
“I think we’re going to be seeing a lot in the next couple of years.”
There are a few big things that are unique about the new season, including the return of the popular and highly successful Jon Snow, a major character who is the main villain in “Game.”
The actor played by Kit Harington was recently cast as a major villain in the second season of “The Avengers,” and Schiff said that he was also approached to play Jon Snow in the “Game,” though that decision ultimately fell to Mark Rylance, who will play Jon in season two.
“That’s a pretty big deal because he’s so good,” Schiff explained.
“He’s a really good actor, but he’s not the big-name actor that he used to be, so that’s a huge challenge for us, trying to make it feel like Jon is the one in charge of the show.
That’s going to feel very different to fans of ‘The Avengers,’ ” Schiff continued, adding that “there’s a lot that’s different about that show that makes it different than ‘Game.'”
Schiff said the cast and crew had been talking to directors like director Matthew Vaughn and actors like Jamie Lee Curtis, who plays a character named Brienne of Tarth.
“They’ve got great actors, great performances, great dialogue,” Schiff added.
“And they have a really cool idea for the world of the series.
And they have great stories to tell, and that’s something that we are really excited about.”
There is no official word yet on when season two of “Thrones” will air.
But if you haven’t caught up on all of the drama yet, we’re excited to give you a brief summary of the first two seasons.
“Season 1” premiered back on May 9, 2013, and quickly became one of the most popular shows on television, and was nominated for a Golden Globe for Outstanding Drama Series for the third time.
Schiff described the series as a “series of events that happened in the same year” as the events of “Baelor.”
“In the show, there is a very real story about the fall of the House of Targaryen,” Schiff elaborated.
“In fact, the title of the episode is called ‘The Fall of the Targaryens.'”
“There’s a major twist in the episode,