'Game Of Thrones' Creators Reveal Spoilers From Season Two! Guess What You Can Expect…

Fri, August 26, 2011 5:00pm EDT by 1 Comment

Our sister site, Deadline, chatted with the ‘Game of Thrones’ showrunners, who gave them an exclusive peek into the highly anticipated second season!

HBO’s smash fantasy hit, Game of Thrones, took the world by storm earlier this year — and we’re already chomping at the bit for season two! Although you probably know what to expect from the series if you’ve read the books, the series’s showrunners, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, sat down with our sister site, Deadline, to dish about their Emmy noms and season two.

When asked how the second season will differ from the first, David and D.B. were quick to respond, with, “More characters. More locations. More dragons. Less sleep. Less Ned. Less frequent bowel movements.”

The series is nominated for multiple Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Drama Series and Drama Series Writing, which the runners say was incredibly flattering. However, they’re not sure which one means more to them.

“In some ways Drama Series. Because that nomination rewards everyone we’ve worked with on the show – a crew of passionate, talented people who have built this series with us,” they explained. “And in some ways Writing, because first and foremost we’re writers.”

Season two will premiere Spring 2012 and we cannot wait! Do YOU think this epic show win Emmys? Sound off below!

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Joe Greps

Posted at 7:04 PM on August 26, 2011  

Could win for drama, Martin’s tale is brilliant enough to overcome the fantasy moniker handicap.

No chance though for writing, some of B&W’s embellishments have been awful, particularly the Ros scenes.

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