With so many fan theories and intersecting storylines, Game Of Thrones is one of the most talked about shows in television.
So it's about time there was an entire show dedicated to dissecting the Emmy-winning series!
HBO announced it will launch an aftershow for Game Of Thrones later this month in partnership with Bill Simmons' website the Ringer!
Making its debut on April 25, the aptly titled After the Thrones will be hosted by Andy Greenwald and Chris Ryan — who previously hosted the show as a podcast on Simmons' former site Grantland.
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The series will have a similar format to AMC's Talking Dead — Chris Hardwick's aftershow for The Walking Dead, an interactive platform that goes beyond the message boards for fans of the zombie apocalypse series.
After the Thrones will be available on HBO On Demand, as well as digital services HBO Now and HBO Go.
We think this is an excellent idea. No other series deserves it's own aftershow more than GoT — because fans will finally have a small council of their own lament over the deaths of their favorite characters!
Will YOU be tuning in to After the Thrones?
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