210 episodes

A delightful romp through Westeros. We cover the show, the books, and the ships.

Cast of Thrones - The Game of Thrones Podcast GeeklyInc.com

    • TV & Film
    • 4.4, 1.1K Ratings

A delightful romp through Westeros. We cover the show, the books, and the ships.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Princess char ,


I think at this point it’s just become cool to hate the show. I enjoyed this podcast but I can’t listen to it anymore because it frankly ruins my watching experience. They are so negative about the show

El Tubacabra ,

One of the things that’s kept me going over the years

My very first podcast… was Serial, because zeitgeist. However, in the lead up to Season 5 of Game of Thrones, I read all 5 books GRRM has released one July, since everyone had told me that winds of winter would probably drop in late 2015/early 2016 (LOL). Along with this quick binging of the series I put myself through, I decided that I needed more GoT content to supplement my experience. So the second podcast that I found myself listening to was Cast of Thrones. A group of normal people with varying levels of insight into the shows/books, that just seemed to have a great time watching and discussing this show with their friends. Eventually, I think at the beginning of a Season 6 episode of the podcast, they mentioned another Geekly cast, Drunks and Dragons, and from that moment, I was fully hooked into GeeklyInc. The various recordings and personalities found throughout the network have helped pick me up in the tunes that I’ve been down, and as Nick has been saying in recent weeks, Cast of Thrones is what started everything. I am so very thankful for this podcast, especially when I hear someone talking about those sweet, sweet donkeys. Was that an attempt to emotionally manipulate the cast into taking a donkey all throughout the series finale recap next week? Who’s to say?

ajnsd619 ,


I really enjoy this podcast. I'd love to give it 5 stars but after a while, the incesant use of the word "literally" becomes irritating. That's all I wanted to say.

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