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Game of Thrones Season 3 Kings Locked Up For Storm of Swords
There will be continuity at the top for the next seasons (season 3 and a possible 4th) of HBO’s Game of Thrones, the third season already being locked in at the network. The duo of David Benioff and Daniel B. Weiss have renewed their deals with HBO to return as the Game of Thrones showrunner. I mention A Storm of Swords – the third and by far the best of the George R.R. Martin novels in his A Song of Ice and Fire series - because I think the prevailing opinion and evidence suggests that the contents of that tome will take two seasons to properly adapt for tv to encompass.
Game of Thrones already features a large cast but even when you consider an early, and incomplete, list of characters set to make their first appearance next season, you kind of get the pictures of what we are in for (because that list can be doubled, and not be populated with just minor characters – as some commentors have already suggested).
Though opinion on the execution of the second season, and its finale, can be topics up for debate, the success and popularity of the show for HBO cannot, at least from a ratings perspective, where the figures are tabbing Game of Thrones as the third most successful HBO show of all time, with a 10.3 million viewers per episode figure being reported.