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Jason and Greta host the first ever Game of Thrones Fan Convention where they speak to stars from Game of Thrones and House of the Dragon. Then they’re joined by Kit Harington (who plays Jon Snow -- ever heard of him?) for a live podcast episode.See for privacy information.
This week, Jason and Greta reminisce about some of their favorite characters from the world of Game of Thrones who may have had a short tenure, but made a big impact. They speak to Ryan Corr (Ser Harwin Strong), Gavin Spokes (Lord Lyonel Strong) and Nanna Blondell (Lady Laena Velaryon) to discuss their time in Westeros.See for privacy information.
Join Jason and Greta as they discuss what goes into creating the visual world of Westeros. First, they chat with hair and make-up supervisor Amanda Knight about transforming the actors into their characters. Then, production designer Jim Clay discusses how he brought his vision for creating the Realm to life.See for privacy information.
This week, Greta and Jason examine the music that shapes the world of Game of Thrones and House of the Dragon. Then, they speak with the artist behind the score, Composer Ramin Djawadi to discuss the decisions that go into designing the iconic soundscape.See for privacy information.
Jason and Greta still have a lot to say after the finale. In this episode, they discuss what they think could happen to Rhaenyra’s and Alicent’s relationship, their favorite characters, and negroni sbagliatos. Plus, they reflect on how the show was created behind the scenes as depicted in ‘The House that Dragons Built’ docu-series on HBO Max.See for privacy information.
This week Jason and Greta take on the season 1 finale and the consequences of installing someone new on the Throne. Plus, co-creator Ryan Condal returns to the podcast to discuss the struggles of power and decision-making, creating harmony between the book and the show and, of course, dragons.  See for privacy information.
In this episode, Jason and Greta take on the penultimate episode of the season and discuss the aftermath of King Viserys’s death. Then, they speak with Director Clare Kilner about the shift in power dynamics, Alicent and Rhaenys’ confrontation, and capturing iconic scenes and performances.See for privacy information.
This week, Jason and Greta discuss how things have changed in the six years since Daemon and Rhaenyra’s union. Later, they chat with Director Geeta Patel to unpack parent/child relationships, Viserys’ long walk, and that Vaemond scene.See for privacy information.
In this episode, Greta and Jason talk through the very intense family reunion after Laena’s funeral. Then, they speak with Olivia Cooke, who plays Alicent Hightower, about her approach to the character and Alicent’s transformation over the years.See for privacy information.
Greta and Jason discuss how the family power dynamics have changed over a decade, the difference between personal and political relationships, and the weight of owning a dragon. Then, they are joined by EP Miguel Sapochnik who shares how he navigated the episode’s ten-year time jump.See for privacy information.
Join Greta and Jason as they dive into the love triangles, shams, and illusions in Episode 105, “We Light the Way.” Plus, Executive Producer and writer Sara Hess joins the show to discuss the challenges of adapting the series from text, attending weddings in the Realm, and the true reason behind Viserys’ choice of heir.See for privacy information.
As King Viserys tries to ensure the future of the kingdom, Rhaenyra gets a taste of freedom. Listen as Greta and Jason explore indulgence and escapism in Episode 104, “King of the Narrow Sea.” Then, Fabien Frankel who plays Ser Criston Cole joins to discuss his training for his role, the true intentions behind his character, and the difficulties of wearing so much armor.See for privacy information.
In this episode, Jason and Greta take a look at King Viserys’ isolation, Princess Rhaenyra’s frustrations, and the outcome of Daemon’s leadership in battle. Later, Milly Alcock, who portrays young Rhaenyra Targaryen, shares her approach to Westeros’ “punk princess” and the process of learning to speak High Valyrian.See for privacy information.
Things continue to get more complicated in the realm and emotions are running high. Join co-hosts Greta Johnsen and Jason Concepcion as they discuss the new alliances and broken relationships taking place in Episode 102, “The Rogue Prince.” Plus, Emily Carey, who plays young Alicent Hightower, drops in to discuss her process of getting into character and her perspective on Alicent’s connections with both Rhaenyra and King Viserys. See for privacy information.
The Dragons are here! “House of the Dragon” is now streaming on HBO Max and there is a lot to discuss. Starting with, what exactly is dragon stink? Join hosts Greta Johnsen and Jason Concepcion as they dig into episode one, “The Heirs of the Dragon.” They’ll get into questions and speculation about what they’ve seen so far and what’s to come. Plus, Jason interviews writer, co-creator and co-showrunner Ryan Condal who shares the story of how he first reached out to George R. R. Martin.See for privacy information.
For the third and final episode before the premiere of “House of the Dragon,” hosts Greta Johnsen and Jason Concepcion break down all the latest announcements and news about the show. Jason shares his Comic-Con interview with the mastermind behind Game of Thrones, author George R.R. Martin. Martin discusses his thought process behind creating the world of Westeros, explains the similarities and differences between “Game of Thrones” and “House of the Dragon,” and shares what he’s most excited about for audiences to see in the new series.See for privacy information.
Co-hosts Jason Concepcion and Greta Johnsen go on an audio “walking tour” to give a brief history of the important parts of Westeros that are helpful to know ahead of “House of the Dragon.” Later, Steve Toussaint (Lord Corlys Velaryon, a.k.a. The Sea Snake) joins the show to discuss his connection and history with the franchise and the similarities and differences between his character and those portrayed in Game of Thrones.See for privacy information.
In the first episode, hosts Jason Concepcion and Greta Johnsen kick things off with a deep dive into everything we know about the newest show set in the world of Westeros, “House of the Dragon.” After some lessons in Dothraki, the duo gives a brief history on Houses Targaryen, Velaryon and Hightower that could be helpful to know before the “House of the Dragon” premiere. Jason also discusses the latest updates from the show’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con and shares his interviews with Paddy Considine (King Viserys Targaryen) and Matt Smith (Prince Daemon Targaryen).See for privacy information.
Get ready for a lot of dragons and drama. The Game of Thrones prequel, "House of the Dragon" is coming to HBO Max on August 21st. To help break down all the betrayals and bloodshed, HBO Max, in collaboration with iHeartRadio, is bringing you "The Official Game of Thrones Podcast: House of the Dragon."  Every week, join hosts Jason Concepcion (X-Ray Vision from Crooked Media) and Greta Johnsen (WBEZ's Nerdette podcast) as they dive into "House of the Dragon.” You’ll get behind-the-scenes secrets on the creation of the show with our exclusive interviews with the cast and crew. Plus, get ready for the series premiere with one-of-a-kind Westeros history lessons.See for privacy information.
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