10th Anniversary Of Game Of Thrones

17th April 2021 marks the tenth anniversary of the popular drama series – Game of Thrones. The battle for the iron throne led most of the viewers into believing that it was an unachievable dream for all the candidates in the drama series. Yet the ending left every soul on earth perplexed to the point of total confusion and astonishment.

The show earned so much popularity that it receives binge-watching from the viewers now and then. And so, the makers of Game of Thrones are here for you binge-watchers to gift you with MaraThrone.

Here you can watch back-to-back episodes from season 1 to season 8. In return, the makers of Game of Thrones ask for ten charities. 

  2. SameYou
  3. Conservation International
  4. Women International
  5. National Urban League
  6. The Trevor Project
  7. World Central Kitchen
  8. International Rescue Committee
  9. Royal Mencap Society
  10. FilmAid International

The good deeds for the public don’t stop there. The makers have also promised to announce three such couples who got married in Westeros-themed destinations. These marriages also had custom chalices, cakes, and wine of the Game of Thrones brand.


Along with the back-to-back episodes, the Game of Thrones fan club gets to watch behind the scenes, extras, clips, interviews of the cast, and trailers. All of these were never displayed anywhere before.


Where can you watch back-to-back episodes of Game of Thrones?

  1. HBO2
  2. HBO Max


Why was there a petition for a remake of the show/end?

Season 8 that got released in the year 2019- brought a maniacal wave in the ocean of fans. Many of the Game of Thrones fans were unhappy with the one who got to sit on the iron throne. Fans vouched for Jon Snow. Some for the Dragon Queen, and the remaining lot for the Imp – Lord Tyrion. But fate was not on their side. Jon Snow kills the Dragon Queen because she acted just like her father- the Mad King. Jon Snow got sentenced to go to Night’s Watch. Lord Tyrion vouched for Bran. And, Bran, the last trueborn Stark, became the sole reservoir of the Iron Throne. Yet, for some fans, a revisit to the Game of Thrones series is a feel-good experience.

For the upcoming Iron Anniversary celebrations, HBO brings special appearances of Sophie Turner – Sansa Stark, Emilia Clarke – Dragon Queen, Maisie Williams – Arya Stark, Kit Harrington – Jon Snow, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau – Jamie Lannister, Peter Dinklage – Tyrion Lannister, and Lena Headey – Cersei Lannister. All of these marked and filled the essence of the Game of Thrones series. They were all like the vagabonds of the show.



Each fan gets to share his/her best memories of Game of Thrones on social media platforms like Facebook. The best memory bears the fruit of winning a modern-day iron throne along with other exclusive merchandise.



The makers of Game of Thrones have promised to launch other Game of Thrones TV prequels, along with the House of the Dragon series. House of the Dragon is set 300 years before the original Game of Thrones series.