For nearly a decade, “Game of Thrones” dominated television sets across the world, sparked a wave of Westerosi baby names and transformed on-screen storytelling. The pop culture phenomenon based on George R.R. Martin’s book series “A Song of Ice and Fire” stole the hearts of die-hard book fans and fantasy skeptics alike. The show’s massive fictional world featured dragons, White Walkers and magic; love, war and religion; and heroes, villains and everyone in between. As “GoT” turns 10 years old, Variety looked back to rank the seasons from good to greatest.
‘Game of Thrones’ Seasons Ranked From Good to Greatest