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Although many of the cast returned after the first season, the producers had many new characters to cast in each of the following seasons.
Because of the large number of new characters, Benioff and Weiss postponed introducing several key characters in the second season and merged several characters into one, or assigned plot functions to different characters.
Game of Thrones used seven writers over its six seasons. Series creators David Benioff and D. Weiss , the showrunners, wrote most of each season's episodes.
Martin wrote one episode in each of the first four seasons. Martin did not write an episode for the later seasons, since he wanted to focus on completing the sixth novel The Winds of Winter.
Bryan Cogman , initially a script coordinator for the series,  was promoted to producer for the fifth season. Cogman, who wrote at least one episode for the first five seasons, was the only other writer in the writers' room with Benioff and Weiss.
Before Cogman's promotion, Vanessa Taylor —a writer during the second and third seasons—worked closely with Benioff and Weiss.
Dave Hill joined the writing staff for the fifth season after working as an assistant to Benioff and Weiss. Benioff and Weiss sometimes assigned characters to particular writers; for example, Cogman was assigned to Arya Stark for the fourth season.
The writers spent several weeks writing a character outline, including what material from the novels to use and the overarching themes.
After these individual outlines were completed, they spent another two to three weeks discussing each main character's individual arc and arranging them episode by episode.
Cogman, who wrote two episodes for the fifth season, took a month and a half to complete both scripts. They were then read by Benioff and Weiss, who made notes, and parts of the script were rewritten.
All ten episodes were written before filming began since they were shot out of order by two units in different countries. They then passed the drafts back and forth to make notes and do rewrites.
After Game of Thrones story line began outpacing the published novels in the sixth season, the series was based on a plot outline of the future novels provided by Martin along with original content.
The first two seasons adapted one novel each. For the later seasons, its creators saw Game of Thrones as an adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire as a whole rather than the individual novels;  this enabled them to move events across novels as the screen adaptation required.
Principal photography for the first season was scheduled to begin on July 26, ;  the primary location was the Paint Hall Studios in Belfast , Northern Ireland.
The first season's southern scenes were filmed in Malta, a change in location from the pilot episode's Moroccan sets. Angelo and St. Dominic monastery all used for scenes in the Red Keep.
The Walls of Dubrovnik and Fort Lovrijenac were used for scenes in King's Landing, though, exteriors of some local buildings in the series, for example, the Red Keep and the Sept of Baelor, are computer-generated.
Dominic monastery in the coastal town of Trogir , the Rector's Palace in Dubrovnik, and the Dubac quarry a few kilometers east were used for scenes set in Qarth.
Third-season production returned to Dubrovnik, with the Walls of Dubrovnik, Fort Lovrijenac and nearby locations again used for scenes in King's Landing and the Red Keep.
The third season also returned to Morocco including the city of Essaouira to film Daenerys' scenes in Essos. Tourism organizations elsewhere reported increases in bookings after their locations appeared in Game of Thrones.
Between and , Hotels. Each ten-episode season of Game of Thrones had four to six directors, who usually directed back-to-back episodes. Weiss have directed two episodes together but were credited with only one each, which was determined after a coin toss.
Michele Clapton was the costume designer for Game of Thrones ' first five seasons before she was replaced by April Ferry. The designs for the series' costumes were inspired by several sources, such as Japanese and Persian armor.
Björk 's Alexander McQueen high-neckline dresses inspired Margaery Tyrell's funnel-neck outfit, and prostitutes' dresses were designed for easy removal.
About two dozen wigs were used by the actresses. Applying the wigs was time-consuming; Emilia Clarke, for example, required about two hours to style her brunette hair with a platinum-blonde wig and braids.
Other actors, such as Jack Gleeson and Sophie Turner, received frequent hair coloring. For characters such as Daenerys Clarke and her Dothraki, their hair, wigs and costumes were processed to appear as if they had not been washed for weeks.
Most of the environment builds were done as 2. Because the effects became more complex in subsequent seasons including CGI creatures, fire, and water , German-based Pixomondo became the lead visual effects producer; nine of its twelve facilities contributed to the project for season two, with Stuttgart the lead studio.
HBO added German-based Mackevision to the project in season four. The muscle and wing movements of the adolescent dragons in seasons four and five were based largely on those of a chicken.
Pixomondo retained a team of 22 to 30 people focused solely on visualizing Daenerys Targaryen's dragons, with the average production time per season of 20 to 22 weeks.
The series' title sequence was created for HBO by production studio Elastic. The map is projected on the inside of a sphere which is centrally lit by a small sun in an armillary sphere.
Accompanied by the title music , the names of the principal cast and creative staff appear. The sequence concludes after about 90 seconds with the title card and brief opening credits detailing the episode's writer s and director.
Its composition changes as the story progresses, with new locations replacing those featuring less prominently or not at all. Ramin Djawadi composed the series' music.
Daenerys Targaryen's theme was simple and became more powerful after each season. At first, her theme was played by a single instrument, a cello , and Djawadi later incorporated more instruments into it.
The Westerosi characters of Game of Thrones speak British-accented English, often but not consistently with the accent of the English region corresponding to the character's Westerosi region.
Although the common language of Westeros is represented as English, the producers charged linguist David J. Peterson with constructing Dothraki and Valyrian languages based on the few words in the novels.
It has been reported that during the series these fictional languages were heard by more people than Welsh , Irish , and Scots Gaelic combined. Game of Thrones was broadcast by HBO in the United States and by its local subsidiaries or other pay television services in other countries, at the same time as in the US or weeks or months later.
The series' broadcast in China on CCTV , began in , but was heavily edited to remove scenes of sex and violence, in accordance with the Chinese practice of censoring Western television series to prevent what the People's Daily called "negative effects and hidden security dangers".
On January 23, , the last two episodes of season four were shown in IMAX theaters across the United States, the first television series to be shown in this format.
The box set includes extra background and behind-the-scenes material but no deleted scenes, since nearly all the footage shot for the first season was used.
The series also set an HBO-series record for digital-download sales. A paperweight in the shape of a dragon egg is included in the set.
DVD-Blu-ray box sets and digital downloads of the second season became available on February 19, The home release also included behind-the-scenes footage and cast commentary.
Game of Thrones has been widely pirated , primarily outside the US. Observers, including series director David Petrarca and Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes , said that illegal downloads did not hurt the series' prospects; it benefited from " buzz " and social commentary, and the high piracy rate did not significantly translate into lost subscriptions.
Series co-creator D. Weiss had mixed feelings, saying that the series was expensive to produce and "if it doesn't make the money back, then it ceases to exist".
However, he was pleased that so many people "enjoy the show so much they can't wait to get their hands on it. Game of Thrones , particularly the first seven seasons, received critical acclaim, although the series' frequent use of nudity and violence has been criticized.
The series has an overall rating of 89 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. First-season reviewers said the series had high production values, a fully realized world and compelling characters.
Fully produced by the pay cabler and already a global phenomenon after only one season, the fantasy skein was a gamble that has paid off handsomely.
Entertainment Weekly praised its "vivid, vital, and just plain fun" storytelling  and, according to The Hollywood Reporter , the series made a "strong case for being one of TV's best series"; its seriousness made it the only drama comparable to Mad Men or Breaking Bad.
The critical response for season three was also positive. Matt Fowler of IGN said the series was "still quite marvelous" praising the character development.
Time criticized the repetitive story lines early in the season, however, its reviewer praised the " Battle of the Bastards " episode as "one of the show's very best".
The show's final two seasons, especially season 8, received more criticism. Season seven was praised for its action sequences and focused central characters, but received criticism for its pace and plot developments that "defied logic".
A petition on Change. The cast performances were praised throughout the show's run. Peter Dinklage's "charming, morally ambiguous, and self-aware"  portrayal of Tyrion, which earned him Emmy and Golden Globe awards, was noted.
Darren Franich of Entertainment Weekly gave the series a 'B' rating, saying that it was ultimately "okay". With both "transcendent moments" and "miserable phases", it was "beloved enough to be criticized by everyone for something".
Franich described seasons three and four as "relentless", seasons six's ending having a "killer one-two punch", while seasons seven and eight were "indifferent".
Alan Sepinwall , writing for Rolling Stone , placed the series on his "50 Best TV Shows of the s" list, saying its "ability to most of the time keep all of its disparate threads feeling vital and tied to one another, remains a staggering achievement".
Despite its otherwise enthusiastic reception by critics, Game of Thrones has been criticized for the amount of female nudity, violence, and sexual violence it depicts, and for the manner in which it depicts these themes.
The Atlantic called the series' "tendency to ramp up the sex, violence, and—especially—sexual violence" of the source material "the defining weakness" of the adaptation.
Martin responded that he felt obliged to be truthful about history and human nature, and that rape and sexual violence are common in war; and that omitting them from the narrative would have rung false and undermined one of his novels' themes , its historical realism.
The amount of sex and nudity in the series, especially in scenes incidental to the plot, was the focus of much of the criticism aimed at it in its first and second seasons.
Stephen Dillane, who portrays Stannis Baratheon, likened the series' frequent explicit scenes to "German porn from the s". The third season which saw the lengthy torture and eventual emasculation of Theon Greyjoy prompted criticism for the series use of torture.
According to Davies, although the series' violence tended to serve a narrative purpose, Theon's torture in " The Bear and the Maiden Fair " was excessive as well.
A scene in the fourth season's episode " Breaker of Chains ", in which Jaime Lannister rapes his sister and lover Cersei, triggered a broad public discussion about the series' depiction of sexual violence against women.
According to Dave Itzkoff of The New York Times , the scene caused outrage, in part because of comments by director Alex Graves that the scene became "consensual by the end".
Itzkoff wrote that critics fear that "rape has become so pervasive in the drama that it is almost background noise: a routine and unshocking occurrence".
Club wrote that the series' choice to portray this sexual act, and a similar one between Daenerys Targaryen and Khal Drogo in the first season—both described as consensual in the source novels—as a rape appeared to be an act of "exploitation for shock value".
Most reviewers, including those from Vanity Fair , Salon , The Atlantic , and The Daily Beast , found the scene gratuitous and artistically unnecessary.
As the sixth and seventh seasons saw Daenerys, Sansa, and Cersei assume ruling positions, Alyssa Rosenberg of The Washington Post noted that the series could be seen as a "long-arc revenge fantasy about what happens when women who have been brutalized and raped gain power"—namely, that their past leaves them too broken to do anything but commit brutal acts of their own, and that their personal liberation does not affect the social change needed to protect others from suffering.
Scenes in which exposition is delivered in one brothel or another, for example, have been pared back. The lighting, or lack of light, in darker scenes has been a recurring point of criticism since season six of the series.
In a interview, Robert McLachlan , a cinematographer working on the show, explained the lack of lighting as an artistic choice saying "we're trying to be as naturalistic as possible".
Although Game of Thrones was dismissed by some critics,  its success has been credited with an increase in the fantasy genre's popularity.
The series' popularity led to increased sales of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels republished in tie-in editions , which remained at the top of bestseller lists for months.
The success of the genre has been attributed by writers to a longing for escapism in popular culture, frequent female nudity and a skill in balancing lighthearted and serious topics dragons and politics, for example which provided it with a prestige enjoyed by conventional, top-tier drama series.
Game of Thrones has added to the popular vocabulary. A first-season scene in which Petyr Baelish explains his motives or background while prostitutes have sex in the background gave rise to the word "sexposition" for providing exposition with sex and nudity.
In , singer-songwriter Taylor Swift told Entertainment Weekly that several songs on her album Reputation were inspired by Game of Thrones characters and plots.
In the novels and the TV series, "khaleesi" is not a name, but the title of the wife of a "khal" warlord in the Dothraki language, held by Daenerys Targaryen.
Game of Thrones has also become a subject of scientific inquiry. In , Australian scientists conducted a survival analysis and examined the mortality among important characters during the first seven seasons of Game of Thrones.
In Vulture. BBC News said in that "the passion and the extreme devotion of fans" had created a phenomenon, unlike anything related to other popular TV series, manifesting itself in fan fiction ,  Game of Thrones -themed burlesque routines and parents naming their children after series characters; writers quoted attributed this success to the rich detail, moral ambiguity, sexual explicitness and epic scale of the series and novels.
As of [update] , about 58 percent of series viewers were male and 42 percent female, and the average male viewer was 41 years old. Game of Thrones has won numerous of awards throughout its run, including 59 Emmy Awards, eight Screen Actors Guild Awards and a Peabody Award ; it holds the Emmy-award records for both most wins for a scripted television series, surpassing the record of 37 wins held by Frasier since , and for most nominations for a drama with Game of Thrones was considered a ratings success for HBO throughout all eight seasons.
The season two finale of Barry had a viewership of 2. Game of Thrones also set viewership records outside the United States on pay-television channels in the United Kingdom with a average audience of more than five million on all platforms  and Australia with a cumulative average audience of 1.
Between season one and season seven, 7-day viewers, the number of both DVR and video on demand views during the week after the episode broadcast, grew from 3.
The series and the novels have inspired several video games. The strategy game Game of Thrones Ascent ties into the HBO series, making characters and settings available to players as they appear on television.
HBO has licensed a variety of merchandise based on Game of Thrones , including games , replica weapons and armor, jewelry, bobblehead dolls by Funko , beer by Ommegang and apparel.
Thronecast : The Official Guide to Game of Thrones , a series of podcasts presented by Geoff Lloyd and produced by Koink, has been released on the Sky Atlantic website and the UK iTunes store during the series' run; a new podcast, with analysis and cast interviews, is released after each episode.
The page book, illustrated with concept art and behind-the-scenes photographs, covers the creation of the series' first two seasons and its principal characters and families.
After the Thrones is a live aftershow during which hosts Andy Greenwald and Chris Ryan discuss episodes of the series.
Each season's Blu-ray and DVD set contains several short animated sequences narrated by the cast playing their characters as they detail events in the history of Westeros.
Martin, who also co-wrote two of the scripts. Weiss and David Benioff said that they would not be involved with any of the projects.
Martin said that all the concepts under discussion were prequels, although he believes the term "successor show" applies better to these projects, as they are not Game of Thrones spin-offs in the traditional sense.
He ruled out Robert's Rebellion the overthrow of Daenerys' father by Robert Baratheon as a possible idea and revealed that some may be set outside Westeros.
Notable events of that period include the foundation of powerful Houses, the Long Night when the White Walkers first descended upon Westeros, and the Andal Invasion when the Andals invaded from Essos and conquered most of Westeros.
Clarkson was announced to direct and executive produce the pilot,  while Naomi Watts was cast as the female lead playing "a charismatic socialite hiding a dark secret".
In September , Nellie Andreeva of Deadline Hollywood reported that a second prequel from Martin and Ryan Condal that "tracks the beginning of the end for House Targaryen" was close to receiving a pilot order from HBO; the project is not considered an original sixth script, as it builds upon Cogman's idea from The episode series is to be based on material from Fire and Blood , executive produced by Martin, Vince Gerardis, Condal, and Miguel Sapochnik; the latter two are to be its showrunners as well.
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