HBO is bringing back the medieval drama for a third season.
April 10, 2012
HBO has announced that Game of Thrones has been renewed for a third season. The series, which is based on a series of fantasy novels, just began its second season on April 1 with a premiere episode that has grossed 8.3 million viewers.
There is no word on the number of episodes planned for Season 3 of Game of Thrones but an order of 10 is likely, which would be in line with the show's first two seasons.
(Source: TV by the Numbers)
05/23/12 at 02:07pm
Great news! I have not read the books but love the show so far.
05/13/12 at 02:27pm
I'm gonna be a jerk and say 12 episodes
04/26/12 at 07:15am
What if GRR Martin dies before he finished the series? Would HBO finish it on with the series' writers?
04/24/12 at 01:56pm
great news! excited for another season and more to come, i hope bout 12-16 episodes per season, hbo should be gaining profit with it lol
04/20/12 at 01:38am
There are not "10 amazing episodes", its a slow paced series.. and even still they miss a lot of content from the books trying to cram it into 10 episodes. 16 would be fine by me.
04/18/12 at 05:22am
This is a great show, I have to guess it is budget issues that keep it at ten shows a year. Ten is not enough, I would like to see 12 or 13. There is a ton of story to tell. It is one of the fastest hours on television. I am actually sorry when the episode ends because it is so interesting.
04/18/12 at 03:44am
=D Best ever done. 16...no but 13 episodes I totally AGREE =D
04/16/12 at 12:56pm
Think about the work that goes into each episode, 10 episodes is a ton for the amount of production required. Also, since it is based on books, the show is limited in how much it can do. I'd rather 10 amazing episodes/season and have more seasons than I would have it all at once but ****ty production.
04/12/12 at 12:15pm
If they were smart they'd order 13 to 16 episodes per season. I don't know a single person who watches the show who is satisfied with 10 episodes per season. The show is way, WAY too good for just 10 50-55 minute episodes. I get that they're not going to order 23-24 like a network series, but 10 is a cop-out. It's quite simply the best show on TV. How is anyone going to be satisfied with 10 episodes a year?
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