Season two will give us some answers, new faces, dragons and more Hodor
It gives us a good excuse to ignore "The Killing"
So, Sundays at 9 p.m. you could endure the monotonous characterizations and tedious red herrings of an absurdly drawn out murder investigation that would usually be solved in a hour on "Law & Order," or you could enjoy a sweeping saga with thrilling plot turns, compelling cliffhangers, exquisite production values and deliciously developed characters. Sure, with DVRs, on demand and endless cable reruns you could easily watch both "The Killing" and "Game of Thrones," but why would you?
- Geoff Berkshire