After being tossed from a tower and all, Little Bran Stark hasn't had an easy life. But after Sunday's Game of Thrones, things are looking up for the boy from Winterfell.
As for his older sister Arya, she was dealing with her own canine problems. Who else suffered a setback? Whose lot improved? TVGuide.com breaks down the power shifts in "Dark Wings, Dark Words":
Crows, mummers, bastards — who can keep up with everything (and everyone) in the fantastical land of Westeros? It's hard to imagine that when Game of Thronesreturns for its third season Sunday at 9/8c on HBO, viewers will be introduced to even more mythology, characters and betrayals.
And though the Westerosi often say "words are wind," those words can also be freaking confusing when you don't speak the language! That's why we've broken down some of the most important aspects of the series from A to Z...
Winterfell may be burned to the ground, but (most of) the Starks are alive and well, as long as you loosely define "well."
Although Game of Thrones is filled with characters of ambiguous loyalties and motivations, it's clear that the Starks are the series' central heroes. Before the Season 3 premiere Sunday (9/8c, HBO), we check in with Winterfell's wolf pack to see where we left off and what's ahead.
Only 30 days to go before we once again can play the Game of Thrones (from our sofas).
If you can't wait that long before visiting your favorite warring houses again, check out these character posters to prepare for Season 3. Not only do we get another look at the scars on Tyrion ...
Is Theon dead or could he be headed for a fate worse than death on Game of Thrones?
[Spoilers! If you haven't watched "Valar Morghulis" yet, then it's best not to continue reading. You've been warned.]
In the Season 2 finale, Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) gives a rousing battle speech just before he's betrayed by his own men from the Iron Islands. The last we see of the former ward of Winterfell is a burlap bag being placed over his head as he lay unconscious.