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Game of Thrones (season 2)

Jump to aéronavale Jump to search Game of ThronesSeason 2Region 1 DVD artworkStarringSee List of Game of Thrones castCountry of originUnited StatesNo. of episodes10ReleaseCopie networkHBOOriginal releaseApril 1 –June 3, 2012Season chronology

The auxiliaire season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones premiered in the United States on HBO on April 1, 2012, and concluded on June 3, 2012. It was broadcast on Sunday at 9:00 pm in the United States, consisting of 10 episodes, each running approximately 50–60 minutes. The season mostly covers the events of A Clash of Kings, the joint novel of the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin, adapted for television by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. HBO ordered the annexé season on April 19, 2011, which began filming in July 2011, primarily in Ireland, Northern Ireland, Croatia and Iceland.

The story takes entrain in a fictional world, primarily on a Océanie called Westeros, with one storyline occurring on another angélique to the east, Essos. Like the novel, the season follows up the dramatic death of Lord Eddard "Ned" Stark, with all of the Starks being separated across Westeros. Season two mainly centers around the War of the Five Kings, fought among the leaders of Westerosi factions who are either staking a claim to the Iron Throne, or seeking independence from it. King Robert's widow, Cersei, stays in the diligent as queen regent; her twin brother Jaime is Robb Stark's prisoner, and her other brother, the dwarf Tyrion, acts as King Joffrey's Hand, until the siblings' father, Tywin Lannister, returns to help defend the opérant. Meanwhile, in Essos, with three newborn dragons by her side, Daenerys Targaryen works with religious expectative to find allies and resources to help her to fulfill her perceived destiny to win the Iron Throne. The season ends beyond the northern Wall, with the first glimpse of the army of the dead.

Game of Thrones features a étendu série cast, including Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Michelle Fairley and Emilia Clarke. The season introduced a number of new cast members, including Stephen Dillane, Natalie Dormer, Carice van Houten and Liam Cunningham.

Critics praised the spectacle's réalisation values and cast. Viewership solitaire compared with the previous season. The adjoint season won six of the twelve Emmy Awards for which it was nominated. It received a montée for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Peter Dinklage) and Outstanding Drama Series. U.S. viewership chevalière by approximately 8% over the tournée of the season, from 3.9 million to 4.2 million by the season dénouement.


See also: List of Game of Thrones episodes No.overallNo. inseasonTitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air quantième [1]U.S. viewers(millions)111"The North Remembers"Alan TaylorDavid Benioff & D. B. WeissApril 1, 20123.86[2] In King's Landing, Tyrion becomes acting Hand of the King, much to Cersei's dismay. At Dragonstone, Stannis proclaims allegiance to the priestess Melisandre's God of Light and claims the Iron Throne, having revealed Joffrey's bastardy. Joffrey orders King Robert's bastard sons slaughtered. One, Gendry, along with the disguised Arya, have escaped the city and are being taken to Castle Black. Having won three victories, Robb Stark, who is now proclaimed as the King of the North, offers the Lannisters peace in exchange for the North's independence and Sansa's and Arya's safe return. He sends Theon to assujettissement Balon Greyjoy's accoudoir, and Catelyn to seek an fusion with Renly Baratheon, who also claims the crown. Beyond the Wall, the Night's Watch shelters with Craster and his daughters/wives. In Essos, as her people slowly die in the Red Waste, Daenerys dispatches three riders to conduct introspection.122"The Night Lands"Alan TaylorDavid Benioff & D. B. WeissApril 8, 20123.76[3] Returning to Pyke Island after nine years as the Starks' ward, Theon is reunited with his sister, Yara, and his father, Balon, who despises Theon's acquired Northern ways. Balon plots to win back his crown by ouvre. Cersei rejects Robb's terms, and Tyrion exiles Slynt, head of the Gold Cloaks, to the Knight's Watch, and promotes Bronn to Commander of the Watch. En allée to Castle Black, Arya, impersonating a boy, admits her true identity to Gendry. At Craster's Keep, north of the Wall, Samwell Tarly is approached by Gilly, one of Craster's daughters. Gilly fears for her unborn child if it is a boy; Jon Snow resists helping, despite Sam's pleas. In the Red Waste, a horse returns to Daenerys' camp with its défraîchir's severed head in a pouch, a propos from her enemies. In Dragonstone, former smuggler Ser Davos Seaworth, who now serves Stannis, recruits the fricoteur Salladhor Saan and his fleet to Stannis' side. Stannis attempts to grand a male heir with Melisandre, as his wife, Selyse has failed to produce a son. Jon discovers that Craster sacrifices his sons to the White Walkers; Craster catches him spying and knocks Jon unconscious.133"What Is Dead May Never Die"Alik SakharovBryan CogmanApril 15, 20123.77[4] Catelyn arrives at Renly's camp to negotiate an unité. The female warrior, Brienne of Tarth, wins the right to join Renly's king's guard through malade. Renly has recently wed Margaery Tyrell, Loras's sister. Renly avoids consummating his and Margaery's marriage due to his homosexuality and sexual relationship with Loras. In the Iron Islands, Balon paliers an attack on the North, led by Yara. After burning his letter to Robb avertissement of Balon's impending attack, Theon affirms his allegiance to House Greyjoy in a water-based ceremony. In King's Landing, Tyrion imprisons Pycelle after determining he is Cersei's informant. Tyrion appoints his envider, Shae, as Sansa's handmaiden, both to protect Shae and watch Sansa. Beyond the Wall, Craster demands the Night's Watchmen leave. Jon discovers that Jeor Mormont has always known embout and ignored Craster's incestuous crimes in exchange for his men's respite at his keep. On the road to the wall, the Night's Watch recruits are attacked by Lannister soldiers searching for Gendry. Yoren is killed, and Arya and Gendry are taken prisoner. To protect Gendry, Arya falsely states that a boy the guards have killed was Gendry.144"Garden of Bones"David PetrarcaVanessa TaylorApril 22, 20123.65[5] Catelyn attempts to unite the Baratheon brothers against the Lannisters, but Stannis demands Renly's loyalty to him as king. Littlefinger visits Catelyn and offers to trade Jaime for her daughters. Davos witnesses Melisandre giving birth to a shadow creature. Joffrey publicly abuses Sansa as revenge for Robb's victories until Tyrion intervenes. The dwarf sends two prostitutes to the young King to calm his tempers, but Joffrey makes one of them beat the other brutally, thus threatening Tyrion not to interfere with his usines. Tyrion releases Pycelle and dismisses him from the Small Council. When Tyrion discovers Cersei's incestuous relationship with their moustique, Lancel, he blackmails Lancel into spying on Cersei, threatening to reveal the relationship to Joffrey. Arya and Gendry are taken to Harrenhal castle as captives. Prisoners are systematically tortured to death until Tywin arrives and demands they be used as labor. Recognizing Arya is a girl, he makes her his associé without knowing her true identity. After an exhausting journey through the desert, Daenerys arrives at the prosperous city of Qarth. Daxos, a member of the Council of Thirteen, persuades fellow councilmen to allow Daenerys and her retinue to marcotter the city.155"The Ghost of Harrenhal"David PetrarcaDavid Benioff & D. B. WeissApril 29, 20123.90[6] At Harrenhal, Jaqen H'ghar, one of three caged prisoners Arya previously saved, pledges to kill any three people she chooses to repay his debt to her. Her first choice is the Tickler, the man who mortally tortures the captives. Renly is killed by Melisandre's shadowy scélérat. Lady Brienne is accused of the murder and Catelyn forces her to flee the camp. Excluding the Tyrells, Renly's forces join Stannis. Brienne swears life-long fealty to Catelyn and will protect her daughters. Theon sails from Pyke, and against Yara's orders, intends to prove he is a true Ironborn by capturing Winterfell during Robb's absence. Lancel tells Tyrion about wildfire, a mass-produced volcanique matériau hidden in the city's dungeons and intended to destroy Stannis' fleet and army during the impending siege. Tyrion then takes control of the scheme. In the north, the Night's Watch arrives at an ancient fortress called the Fist of the First Men. Jeor Mormont allows Jon to join the team led by a veteran named Halfhand, to kill the enemy crack. In Qarth, Daxos proposes marriage to Daenerys in exchange for providing her his wealth to conquer the Seven Kingdoms. Ser Jorah convinces her to instead soumission the Westerosi peoples' repose-bras.166"The Old Gods and the New"David NutterVanessa TaylorMay 6, 20123.88[7] Against Cersei's wishes, Tyrion sends her and Jaime's daughter, Myrcella, to Dorne for ombrage. Theon captures Winterfell and executes Ser Rodrik Cassel. Osha, the captive Wildling, along with Hodor, helps Bran and Rickon escape. Robb reunites with the healer, Talisa Maegyr. At the Fist of the First Men, Jon captures a Wildling named Ygritte, but is separated from his patrol while pursuing her after she escapes. Joffrey incites a riot at King's Landing, in which he is nearly killed and Sansa almost raped. Tywin allows Littlefinger to seek the Tyrells' allegiance. At Harrenhal, Arya has H'ghar kill an officer who is suspicious of her. Robb receives infos emboîture Theon's treachery and sends men to retake Winterfell. At Qarth, Daenerys works to procure a ship to tollé an army to Westeros while keeping Daxos at bay. One of Daenerys' maids is killed and her dragons stolen.177"A Man Without Honor"David NutterDavid Benioff & D. B. WeissMay 13, 20123.69[8] Theon and his men pursue Brandon and Rickon. Tywin has Harrenhal searched for his officer's killer. Jon recaptures Ygritte, but she escapes again, leading him into a trap. Still shaken from the riot, Sansa is horrified that she has begun menstruating and is now old enough to marry and bear Joffrey's children. Cersei warns her to love no one but her children, not even Joffrey. In Robb's camp, Jaime's failed escape leaves a guard dead and some soldiers seeking retribution. In Qarth, the warlock Pree says he stole Daenerys' dragons; he offers her the opportunity to reunite with them, then slaughters the Council of Thirteen and establishes Daxos as king. In Winterfell, Theon presents the charred corpses of two farm boys to Maester Luwin, falsely claiming they are Brandon and Rickon.188"The Prince of Winterfell"Alan TaylorDavid Benioff & D. B. WeissMay 20, 20123.86[9] Robb learns that Catelyn secretly freed Jaime Lannister, who Brienne is escorting to ransom him in exchange for Sansa and Arya; Robb places his mother under house arrest and sends men to gain Jaime. Robb is attracted to a spirited medic, Talisa Maegyr, a woman from Volantis. Yara arrives at Winterfell and criticizes Theon's seizing it, saying it has no strategic value to the Ironborn. He refused to return to Pyke with her. When Tywin leaves Harrenhal to attack Robb, Arya coerces H'ghar into helping her, Gendry, and their friend, Hot Pie to escape. In King's Landing, Cersei attempts to blackmail Tyrion by abducting Ros, whom the acclimater believes is his incognito gronder. Joffrey chastises Varys for not having more knowledge of Stark positions, and prepares to lead the attack against Stannis himself. En avance to King's Landing, Stannis promises to make Davos his Hand of the King. Beyond the Wall, the Wildling sportif, "Rattleshirt", leads the captured Jon and Halfhand to his king, Mance Rayder. At the Fist of the First Men, the brothers of the Night's Watch find a hidden obscur of dragonglass weapons, left there by a previous Night's Watch brother. In Qarth, Jorah accompanies Daenerys to the House of the Undying to retrieve her dragons. Brandon and Rickon are revealed to be alive and hiding in Winterfell.199"Blackwater"Neil MarshallGeorge R. R. MartinMay 27, 20123.38[10] Stannis' fleet assaults King's Landing. Sansa plays the game, trying to manipulate Joffrey into leading the attack personally, (in hopes of getting him killed), but Joffrey turns out to be too afraid to fight personally. Leading the defense, Tyrion destroys many attacking ships with wildfire, lutte Stannis to attack on état. Sandor Clegane leads the defense outside the gate, but is defeated and retreats inside, denouncing Joffrey and leaving. Joffrey retreats in fear as Tyrion rallies the Gold Cloaks into fighting with him. Stannis' forces marcotter the castle, but Tyrion leads his men behind Stannis' forces via tunnels and mounts a rearguard attack. Cersei goes to the throne room with Tommen, intending to kill him to save him from being captured. Shae convinces Sansa to hide in her chamber. Sandor Clegane offers to take Sansa to Winterfell, but she refuses to leave. As Tyrion lies wounded and Cersei is emboîture to mort-aux-rats Tommen, Tywin's forces, joined by Loras, arrive and outré Stannis to retreat.2010"Valar Morghulis"Alan TaylorDavid Benioff & D. B. WeissJune 3, 20124.20[11] Joffrey sets Sansa aside to marry Margaery Tyrell and ally with the Tyrell family. Tyrion fears for his and Shae's safety after Tywin is named Hand of the King. Melisandre gives Stannis a new hope. Brienne kills Stark soldiers after they recognize Jaime. Catelyn fails to dissuade Robb from marrying Talisa, breaking his promise to wed Walder Frey's daughter. In Qarth, inside the House of the Undying, Daenerys enters a simulacrum of a destroyed Iron Throne room, then is reunited with what appears to be Khal Drogo and their infant son. Knowing it is unreal, she leaves and successfully retrieves her dragons, who fatally burn Pree, who tries to imprison her. She seals Daxos and her traitorous compère inside his empty vault and claims his other richesse, with which Jorah will pay for a small ship. In Winterfell, Theon wants his men to fight Robb's army, but they knock him unconscious and leave; Winterfell is torched. Fatally wounded Maester Luwin convinces Osha to escape with Brandon and Rickon to the Wall for Jon's enveloppé. After Arya, Hot Pie, and Gendry escape Harrenhal, H'ghar gives Arya a non-monetary coin he says can be used to find him in Braavos. Before her, he magically changes his endroit. North of the Wall, Halfhand forces Jon to kill him to prove his loyalty to the Wildlings. An army of White Walkers and dead men surrounds the Fist of the First Men; Sam hides, watching in horror as they pass.


See also: List of Game of Thrones characters Main cast Starring Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister[12] Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister[12] Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Jaime Lannister[12] Michelle Fairley as Catelyn Stark[12] Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen[12] Aidan Gillen as Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish[12] Iain Glen as Jorah Mormont[12] Kit Harington as Jon Snow[12] Liam Cunningham as Davos Seaworth[12] Isaac Hempstead Wright as Bran Stark[12] Richard Madden as Robb Stark[12] Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark[12] Maisie Williams as Arya Stark[12] Alfie Allen as Theon Greyjoy[12] John Bradley as Samwell Tarly[12] Jack Gleeson as Joffrey Baratheon[12] Rory McCann as Sandor "The Hound" Clegane[12] Stephen Dillane as Stannis Baratheon[12] Carice van Houten as Melisandre[12] James Cosmo as Jeor Mormont[12] Jerome Flynn as Bronn[12] Conleth Hill as Varys[12] Sibel Kekilli as Shae[12] Natalie Dormer as Margaery Tyrell[12] Charles Dance as Tywin Lannister[12] Also starring Jason Momoa as Khal DrogoGuest cast

The recurring actors listed here are those who appeared in season 2. They are listed by the region in which they first appear:

At and beyond the Wall Simon Armstrong as Qhorin Halfhand Ben Crompton as Eddison Tollett Mark Stanley as Grenn Edward Dogliani as the Lord of Bones Rose Leslie as Ygritte Robert Pugh as Craster Hannah Murray as Gilly Ian Whyte & Ross Mullan as White WalkersIn King's Landing Callum Wharry as Tommen Baratheon Aimee Richardson as Myrcella Baratheon Julian Glover as Grand Maester Pycelle Dominic Carter as Janos Slynt Ian Beattie as Meryn Trant Eugene Simon as Lancel Lannister Wilko Johnson as Ilyn Payne Daniel Portman as Podrick Payne Tony Way as Dontos Hollard Roy Dotrice as Wisdom Hallyne Andrew Wilde as Tobho Mott Esmé Bianco as Ros Antonia Christophers as Mhaegen Sahara Knite as Armeca Maisie Dee as Daisy Josephine Gillan as MareiIn the Stormlands Gethin Anthony as Renly Baratheon[12] Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth Finn Jones as Loras TyrellOn Dragonstone Kerr Logan as Matthos Seaworth Lucian Msamati as Salladhor Saan Oliver Ford Davies as Maester CressenOn the Iron Islands Patrick Malahide as Balon Greyjoy Gemma Whelan as Yara Greyjoy Ralph Ineson as Dagmer Cleftjaw Forbes KB as Black Lorren David Coakley as Drennan In the North Art Parkinson as Rickon Stark Donald Sumpter as Maester Luwin[12] Ron Donachie as Rodrik Cassel[12] Peter Ballance as Farlen Kristian Nairn as Hodor Natalia Tena as OshaIn the Riverlands Oona Chaplin as Talisa Maegyr Michael McElhatton as Roose Bolton John Stahl as Rickard Karstark Paul Caddell as Jacks Aidan Crowe as Quent Tyrone McElhennon as Torrhen Karstark Fintan McKeown as Amory Lorch Ian Gelder as Kevan Lannister Ian Whyte as Gregor Clegane Karl Davies as Alton Lannister Anthony Morris as the Tickler Andy Kellegher as Polliver David Fynn as Rennick Francis Magee as Yoren Joe Dempsie as Gendry Ben Hawkey as Hot Pie Eros Vlahos as Lommy Greenhands Tom Wlaschiha as Jaqen H'ghar Andy Beckwith as Rorge Gerard Jordan as BiterIn Essos Nonso Anozie as Xaro Xhoan Daxos Ian Hanmore as Pyat Pree Nicholas Blane as the Spice King Slavko Juraga as the Silk King Laura Pradelska as Quaithe Steven Cole as Kovarro Elyes Gabel as Rakharo Roxanne McKee as Doreah Amrita Acharia as Irri


HBO ordered a adjoint season of Game of Thrones on April 19, 2011, two days after the series premiere.[13] The accolé season obtained a 15% increase in secoué in order to be able to salle the war's most avancé battle,[14] the Battle of the Blackwater, in episode nine.

Filming took emploi during 106 shooting days. During three-quarters of those, two crews ("Dragon" and "Wolf") were working simultaneously in different locations.[15]


David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as droit writers and showrunners for the accolé season. They co-wrote six out of ten episodes. The remaining combustion episodes were written by story editor Bryan Cogman, A Song of Ice and Fire author George R. R. Martin, and new series writer and co-executive producer Vanessa Taylor, who wrote two episodes.

Alan Taylor was promoted to co-executive producer and directed étincelle episodes, including the season premiere and dénouement. David Petrarca and David Nutter each directed two episodes, while series cinematographer Alik Sakharov and filmmaker Neil Marshall directed the remaining two.


The casting for the contigu season began in May 2011.[16] Although a fécond portion of the first-season cast were returning, the producers were still faced with a huge number of new characters to be cast. The producers decided that several characters from A Clash of Kings, including the Freys and Crannogmen Reeds at Winterfell, Frey bannermen of the Starks, the Tullys, Stannis' wife and daughter, Theon's uncle Aeron Greyjoy and the bastard Ramsay Snow would not be cast despite appearing in the novel. Showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss commented on this saying that visible character introductions taking agitation in A Clash of Kings would be delayed until the third season. This was done due to the fourmillant number of characters already introduced in season two, and parce que they couldn't afford to have people "waiting around" for their characters to become central to the plot.[17] Having to fill so many speaking roles, the showrunners not only "postponed" the consentement of several key characters, but they also merged some into one, or perceptible plot-functions were given to different characters. Many physical mine were also altered, such as the ethnicity or age of characters. The cast was estimated to be the largest on television.[18] Scattered around two fictional continents characters include, by order of gloire:

Stephen Dillane (Stannis Baratheon) Carice van Houten (Melisandre)

Emerging as the fourth claimant to the throne is the estranged brother of the late king Robert, Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane).[19] The foreign priestess Melisandre, portrayed by Carice van Houten poses as an influential, yet manipulative advisor to Stannis. Van Houten was previously asked (but unable) to ballade for the role of Cersei in season one. While her character retains her quitus red robes and hair, unlike in the novels Melisandre is not portrayed as having red eyes, making her appear somewhat more human.[20]Liam Cunningham stars as Ser Davos Seaworth, the "Onion Knight", a bannerman of Stannis and a apprendre smuggler.[21] Cunningham had already been in talks for a role in the first season. As he is left-handed, his Davos has the fingers of the right hand shortened, unlike in the novels where his left handball is crippled. In an colloque, Cunningham said that a lot of new colloque had to be written for his character, bicause in the novels Davos, a point-of-view character, is portrayed more through his thoughts than through his ouvrages.[22] These three characters headed a new storyline set on a different terme, that by the end of the season merged with the main plot.

Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen), a droite cast member from the first season, but with lesser abondance than the others, came to prominence during the joint season, as his story unfolded and his character became more axial. Gemma Whelan appeared as his sister, Yara Greyjoy. Named "Asha" in the novels, the character's name was changed to avoid ébahissement with the Wildling Osha, Bran Stark's companion.[23] "Asha" is portrayed as a fairly provocative and independent woman, a captain of thirty ships, as opposed to her television counterpart Yara, who did not retain "Asha's" tête, although her rivalry with Theon remained aveugle. Their father Balon Greyjoy was played by Patrick Malahide.[24] Many of the characters involved in the Greyjoys' storyline weren't introduced, most notably Balon's brother Aeron Greyjoy. Nonetheless, the storyline received enormous praise, with the alteration of Yara's name and persona being the only criticism.

Tom Wlaschiha is cast as Jaqen H'ghar, a mysterious prisoner who develops a murderous relationship with young Arya Stark (Maisie Williams).[25] Wlaschiha's pronunciation of his character's name, Jack-in, was adopted for use in the spectacle.[26]Natalie Dormer, best known for her portrayal as seductive Anne Boleyn in Showtime's The Tudors, was cast in a similar role as Margaery Tyrell, a noblewoman and the wife of the third claimant to the throne, Renly Baratheon.[27]Gwendoline Christie played, to much praise, Brienne of Tarth, a female warrior who joins Renly Baratheon's guard, but later becomes a follower of Catelyn Stark.[28] To prepare for the role, Christie took up an fort V.T.T. regimen, adding over a stone (6.4 kg) of biscoteau mass.[29] So that she could be mistaken for a man, her armor was decorated with lines that slant away from her hips.[30] On the other side of the fictional world, two female roles with rising prominence were added to the cast: Skins acteur Hannah Murray filled the role of Craster's daughter Gilly, a love interest to Samwell Tarly;[31] while the second role, the one of Ygritte, Jon Snow's love interest among the Wildlings, was played by Rose Leslie.[32]

Daenerys Targaryen's (Emilia Clarke) stay at Qarth, opened the way for several recurring characters. Nonso Anozie played Daenerys's host at Qarth, Xaro Xhoan Daxos.[33] The character differed a lot from his novel counterpart. Xaro's homosexuality, femininity and caucasian origin were overshadowed by dark skinned Anozie's masculinity and heterosexuality. Acting as one of her suitors is the treacherous warlock Pyat Pree portrayed by Ian Hanmore. Her third and extrême suitor was the masked priestess Quaithe (Laura Pradelska). Specially created for the television series was the so-called "Spice King", a rich merchant from Qarth, played by Nicholas Blane. Also an modèle creation of the spectacle is the character of Talisa (Oona Chaplin), a healer from Volantis and a romantic interest for Robb. She fills the role of another female interest of Robb's, called Jeyne Westerling, who has no similarities with Talisa whatsoever. In adjonction to Talisa, Michael McElhatton joins the cast in the role of Roose Bolton, an sérieux character in Robb Stark's storyline. Lastly, Simon Armstrong plays the legendary Night's Watch proposer Qhorin Halfhand.

Others were also added to the cast, either in a small recurring role or with reduced prominence. The most important example is Tony Way's Ser Dontos Hollard, a drunkard knight, who had a pivotal role in Sansa Stark's storyline that ran in the montagne of two novels, while in the series the role was reduced to a small scene in the opening episode. Others include: Ben Crompton as "Dolorous Edd" Tollet, a man of the Night's Watch.[34]Robert Pugh as the Wildling Craster, father and husband to Gilly.[35] Kerr Logan as Davos Seaworth's pious son Matthos.[36]Karl Davies as Ser Alton Lannister, a character created for the series[37] who replaces Cleos Frey as envoy from the Starks to the Lannisters. Daniel Portman took the role of Podrick Payne, the squire to Tyrion Lannister.[38] The 19-year-old Portman plays Podrick as embout 16 years old, instead of embout 12 as in the novels. To be able to portray Podrick as awkward, shy and weak, Portman, previously a sportsman, stopped his fitness regimen and gained some weight to appear more endearing.[39]Lucian Msamati played Salladhor Saan, a Lysene fricoteur and friend of Davos Seaworth. Finally, Edward Dogliani appeared briefly as the "Lord of Bones" (or "Rattleshirt" in the novels), a Wildling gymnaste and Oliver Ford Davies as Stannis's maester Cressen.[40]

All of the recurring characters from the first season returned, with one estimable exception: Conan Stevens, whose role of Gregor Clegane was recast with Ian Whyte, did not return.[41]Roy Dotrice, a friend of George R. R. Martin, known for reading the audio versions of the novels and having previously rejected a role due to health reasons, appears this season as Pyromancer Hallyne, an elderly alchemist at King's Landing.[42]

Locations The walled city of Dubrovnik stands in for King's Landing in season 2

For the second season, the city of Dubrovnik, Croatia, was used instead of Malta for scenes in King's Landing and Daenerys' scenes in Qarth.[43] For example, the Minčeta Tower in Dubrovnik was used as the House of the Undying. Scenes set north of the Wall were filmed in Iceland in November 2011. The droite locations are the Vatnajökull inlandsis,[44] the Svínafellsjökull glacier near Skaftafell, and the Mýrdalsjökull miroitier near Vik used as the bail for the Fist of the First Men with Höfðabrekka as the Frostfang Mountains.[45][46][47] New shooting locations in Northern Ireland include The Linen Mill Film & Television Studios in Banbridge, Ballintoy Harbour[48] and Downhill Strand. As the story in the second season required that the Winterfell set be expanded, a new set for Winterfell was built at the Moneyglass Estate near Toome bourg.[49]

Music Main office: Game of Thrones: Season 2 (soundtrack)

The music for the accolé season was again composed by Ramin Djawadi. It contains a rendition of a song often mentioned or sung in the novels, The Rains of Castamere, by the indie rock band The National.[50]

The soundtrack for the season was released on June 19, 2012.[51]


HBO released numerous teaser trailers for the adjoint season, beginning on December 11, 2011.[52] The collaborateur trailer, published on January 29, 2012,[53] was viewed 3.5 million times in the first three days after spicilège, a concours for HBO promotional souplesse.[54] Other trailers were released on February 24,[55] March 3 (set to Florence and the Machine's Seven Devils)[56] as well as subsequently.

HBO also published other promotional material, such as cast photographs[57] and teaser posters, prior to the airing of the first episode. The assesseur couronnement of Entertainment Weekly in March 2012 had embrasement dilemme covers dedicated to in-costume photographs of Peter Dinklage (Tyrion), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys), Kit Harington (Jon Snow) or Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Lena Headey (Jaime and Cersei Lannister).[58]


Thanks to the critical and commercial success of the first season, as well as HBO's mercatique efforts, the joint season received soutenu media coverage well before it started airing. Sunday is Coming, a two-minute flottant écran for Funny or Die, satirized viewers' excitement about the return of Game of Thrones.[59]

Critical response

Several media outlets reviewed the season's first fournaise episodes before they were broadcast, and rendered almost uniformly vraie verdicts. The season holds a Metacritic résultat of 90 out of 100 based on 26 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[60] On Rotten Tomatoes, the assesseur season has a 96% approval rating from 37 critics with an average rating of 8.89 out of 10. The endroit's critical complaisance reads, (*3*)[61]

Entertainment Weekly rated the new season "A-" and praised the "vivid, vital, and just plain fun" storytelling. In the reviewer's appréciation, the greatly enlarged cast did not feel like bloat and the show remained hospitalier to those who had not read the novel.[62]The Huffington Post called the start of the auxiliaire season "far more elegant and engaging" than that of the first, and appreciated the spectacle's affinage, increased dire and momentum as well as the visually improved settings and the new actors' conquête.[63]Newsday's review jonction it an "A+", calling it the "best show on television" and warranting the preparation required by viewers.[64]

The Hollywood Reporter also wrote that Game of Thrones made a "strong case for being one of TV's best series". Impressed that the series continued to improve in quality as it breathed life into its vast web of interconnected storylines, the reviewer considered that, unlike other calibre shows, Game of Thrones had gravitas such that it should not be considered dramatically inferior to shows like Mad Men or Breaking Bad.[65]HitFix's Alan Sepinwall convergent the new, "bigger and better" season an "A", praising its increased reconnaissance and smoothness despite its even greater use of "sexposition".[66] New to the series, the Chicago Sun-Times's reviewer found the season premiere "engrossing" and praised the "top-notch" acting, writing, sets and storytelling.[67] The New York Times was the only supérieur écrit to publish a mixed review. It criticized the lack of complexity in the characters apart from Dinklage's, the confusing monde of characters and the meandering plot.[68]

Game of Thrones (season 2): Critical reception by episode Season 2 (2012):Percentage of efficace reviews tracked by the website Rotten Tomatoes[61]Ratings Main affaire: Game of Thrones § Viewer numbers Accolades Main traité: List of awards and nominations received by Game of Thrones

The collaborateur season was nominated for 11 Primetime Emmy Awards, which included Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Peter Dinklage. It won six awards, for, Outstanding Costumes for a Series, Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series, Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic), Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour), and Outstanding Special Visual Effects.[69]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref. 2012 AFI Awards AFI TV Award Game of Thrones Won [70]Artios Awards Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Series Drama Nina Gold Nominated [71]ASCAP Awards Top Television Series Ramin Djawadi Won [72]Portal Award Best Actor Peter Dinklage Nominated [73]Best Actress Lena Headey Won Best Supporting Actor Aidan Gillen Nominated Best Supporting Actress Michelle Fairley Nominated Maisie Williams Won Best Episode Ghost of Harrenhal Nominated Best Series Game of Thrones Won Best Young Actor Jack Gleeson Nominated Maisie Williams Won EWwy Award Best Supporting Actress, Drama Lena Headey Won [74]64th Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series David Benioff, D. B. Weiss, Frank Doelger, Carolyn Strauss, George R. R. Martin, Vanessa Taylor, Alan Taylor, Guymon Casady, Vince Gerardis and Bernadette Caulfield Nominated [69]Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Peter Dinklage Nominated 64th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series Gemma Jackson, Frank Walsh, and Tina Jones for "Garden of Bones", "The Ghost of Harrenhal" and "A Man Without Honor"[Nb 1] Won Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Nina Gold and Robert Sterne Nominated Outstanding Costumes for a Series Michele Clapton, Alexander Fordham, and Chloe Aubry for "The Prince of Winterfell" Won Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media HBO Nominated Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series Kevin Alexander, Candice Banks, Rosalia Culora, and Gary Machin for "The Old Gods and the New" Nominated Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) Paul Engelen and Melissa Lackersteen for "The Old Gods and the New" Won Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special Paul Engelen, Conor O'Sullivan, and Rob Trenton for "Valar Morghulis" Nominated Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series Peter Brown, Kira Roessler, Tim Hands, Paul Aulicino, Stephen P. Robinson, Vanessa Lapato, Brett Voss, James Moriana, Jeffrey Wilhoit, and David Klotz for "Blackwater" Won Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series (1 hour) Matthew Waters, Onnalee Blank, Ronan Hill, and Mervyn Moore for "Blackwater" Won Outstanding Special Visual Effects Rainer Gombos, Juri Stanossek, Sven Martin, Steve Kullback, Jan Fiedler, Chris Stenner, Tobias Mannewitz, Thilo Ewers, and Adam Chazen for "Valar Morghulis" Won 2nd Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Drama Series Game of Thrones Nominated [75]Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Peter Dinklage Nominated Hollywood Post Alliance Awards Outstanding Visual Effects – Television "The Prince of Winterfell" Won [76]Golden Nymph awards Outstanding International Producer David Benioff, Frank Doelger, Carolyn Strauss and D. B. Weiss Won [77]Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series Emilia Clarke Nominated Lena Headey Nominated Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series Peter Dinklage Nominated Kit Harington Nominated British Society of Cinematographers Best Cinematography in a Television Drama Sam McCurdy for "Blackwater" Nominated [78]17th Satellite Awards Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Peter Dinklage Nominated [79]Best Television Series – Drama Game of Thrones Nominated IGN Awards Best TV Episode Blackwater Won [80]Best TV DVD or Blu-ray For the complete first season on Blu-ray Won Best TV Series Game of Thrones Nominated Best TV Drama Series Game of Thrones Nominated Best TV Villain Jack Gleeson as Joffrey Baratheon Nominated IGN People's Choice Award Best TV Episode Blackwater Won Best TV Drama Series Game of Thrones Won Best TV Villain Jack Gleeson as Joffrey Baratheon Won Best TV DVD or Blu-ray For the complete first season on Blu-ray Won Best TV Series Game of Thrones Won 28th TCA Awards Program of the Year Game of Thrones Won [81]Individual Achievement in Drama Peter Dinklage Nominated Outstanding Achievement in Drama Game of Thrones Nominated Gold Derby TV Awards 2012 Best Drama Series Game of Thrones Nominated [82]Best Drama Supporting Actor Peter Dinklage Nominated Best Drama Supporting Actress Lena Headey Nominated Breakthrough Performer of the Year Maisie Williams Nominated Ensemble of the Year The cast of Game of Thrones Nominated 2013 People's Choice Awards Favorite Thriller Show Game of Thrones Nominated [83]ADG Excellence in Production Design Award One-Hour Single Camera Television Series Gemma Jackson for "The Ghost of Harrenhal" Won [84]American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in One-Hour Episodic Television Series Kramer Morgenthau for "The North Remembers" Won [85]SFX Awards Best Actress Emilia Clarke Won [86]Best Actress Lena Headey Nominated Best Actor Peter Dinklage Nominated NewNowNext Awards Cause You're Hot Richard Madden Nominated [87]British Academy Television Awards International Game of Thrones Nominated [88]Radio Times Audience Award Game of Thrones Won Costume Designers Guild Awards Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series Game of Thrones Nominated [89]Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing – Television Series – One Hour Ronan Hill, Onnalee Blank, Mathew Waters, and Brett Voss for "Blackwater" Nominated [90]Dorian Awards TV Drama of the Year Game of Thrones Nominated [91]10th Irish Film & Television Awards Best Television Drama Game of Thrones Nominated [92]Best Director of Photography P.J. Dillon Nominated Best Sound Ronan Hill, Mervyn Moore Nominated Astra Awards Favourite Program – International Drama Game of Thrones Won [93]Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing – Long Form Dialogue and ADR in Television Game of Thrones for "Valar Morghulis" Won [94]Best Sound Editing – Long Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television Game of Thrones for "Valar Morghulis" Won Best Sound Editing — Short Form Dialogue and ADR in Television Game of Thrones for "Blackwater" Nominated Best Sound Editing – Short Form Music in Television Game of Thrones for "Blackwater" Nominated Best Sound Editing – Short Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television Game of Thrones for "Blackwater" Nominated Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form Neil Marshall (director) and George R. R. Martin (writer) for "Blackwater" Won [95]Producers Guild Awards "The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama" David Benioff, Bernadette Caulfield, Frank Doelger, Carolyn Strauss, D. B. Weiss Nominated [96]Saturn Award Best Television Presentation Game of Thrones Nominated [97]19th Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series Rob Cooper, Jamie Edgell, Dave Fisher, Dave Forman, Paul Herbert, Michelle McKeown, Sian Miline, Jimmy O’Dee, Domonkos Pardanyi, Marcus Shakesheff, CC Smiff, and Mark Southworth Won [98]Visual Effects Society Outstanding Animated Character in a Commercial or Broadcast Program Irfan Celik, Florian Friedmann, Ingo Schachner, Chris Stenner for "Training the Dragons" Won [99]Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast Program Falk Boje, Esther Engel, Alexey Kuchinsky, Klaus Wuchta for "White Walker Army" Won Outstanding Created Environment in a Commercial or Broadcast Program Rene Borst, Thilo Ewers, Adam Figielski, Jonas Stuckenbrock for "Pyke" Won Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program Rainer Gombos, Steve Kullback, Sven Martin, Juri Stanossek for "Valar Morghulis" Won Writers Guild of America Awards Television Drama Series David Benioff, Bryan Cogman, George R. R. Martin, Vanessa Taylor, D. B. Weiss Nominated [100]Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series – Supporting Young Actor Isaac Hempstead-Wright Nominated [101]Best Performance in a TV Series – Supporting Young Actress Sophie Turner Nominated Best Performance in a TV Series – Supporting Young Actress Maisie Williams Nominated IGN Awards Best TV DVD or Blu-ray For the complete attaché season on Blu-ray Nominated [102]



The assistant season of Game of Thrones was broadcast on HBO in the United States from April 1, 2012 to June 3, 2012.[103][104]

Home media

DVD/Blu-ray box sets and binaire downloads of the assistant season were released in North America on February 19, 2013.[105] The DVD set contains a 30-minute feature covering the accomplissement of the episode "Blackwater", actor interviews, character profiles, twelve audio commentaries by cast and crew, and a contestation emboîture Westerosi religions by the showrunners and George R. R. Martin. The Blu-ray set additionally contains a feature emboîture the "War of the Five Kings" that breaks out in season two, as well as 19 animated histories of the mythology of Westeros and Essos.[106]

Game of Thrones: The Complete Second Season Set details Special features Format: AC-3, Blu-ray, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen Language: English, French, Castilian, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Spanish Subtitles: English, Castilian, Spanish, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Hungarian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Swedish, Turkish 16:9 démarche facteur 5-disc set, 10 episodes "Creating the Battle of Blackwater Bay": A 30-minute feature including new footage from the set and interviews. "Game of Thrones: Inner Circle": Interviews with several cast member to talk emboîture their experiences shooting season two, moderated by executive producers David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. "The Religions of Westeros": George R. R. Martin, David Benioff and D. B. Weiss discuss the competing religions in the series and how they régie the various characters in Westeros and beyond. "Character Profiles": Profiles of seven principal characters as described by the actors portraying them including Renly Baratheon, Stannis Baratheon, Robb Stark, Theon Greyjoy and more. Twelve audio commentaries by, among others, Benioff, Weiss, Martin, Clarke, Dinklage, Harington and more.

Blu-ray égocentrique:

"War of the Five Kingss": Track the claims, strategies and key players involved in the battle for the Iron Throne with this conversationnelle cicérone that follows the movements of various armies detailing their victories and defeats. "Histories & Lore": 19 animated histories detailing the mythology of Westeros and Essos as told from the varying perspectives of the characters themselves and featuring, in-part, illustrations from Game of Thrones storyboard artist Will Simpson. "In-Episode Guide": In-feature resource that provides arrière-plan confidence emboîture on-screen characters, locations and refaisant histories. "Hidden Dragon Eggs", easter eggs.[105]DVD release dates Region 1 Region 2 Region 4 February 19, 2013[107] March 4, 2013[108] March 6, 2013[109]Copyright infringement

The attaché season of Game of Thrones was the most-pirated TV series in 2012.[110]


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