The complete collection of all eight epic seasons of Game of Thrones hits the shelves today on Blu-ray and it’s just in time for the holidays! For eight years fans of Game of Thrones watched as the Starks, Lannisters, and the last Targaryen (or so we thought) battled for survival and the Iron Throne. With the complete collection viewers can binge watch like never before and enjoy some amazing extra features as well.
Bonus features will include the Game of Thrones: Reunion Special, a reunion show recorded live in Belfast with past and present cast members and hosted by Conan O’Brien. This unique show is available exclusively on the complete series collection. The special is assembled in segments focusing on Houses Lannister, Stark, and Targaryen and closes with the key players on stage together for a final reflection on the years they shared in Westeros and Essos. Additional bonus content and retail exclusive videos from previously released individual season box sets are included and provide more than 15 hours of extra materials for fans to experience.
If that’s not enough stellar content, the complete series and season eight formats also exclusively feature Game of Thrones: The Last Watch. This documentary featured on DVD in two parts by filmmaker Jeanie Finlay and chronicles the making of the final season.
Fans will also be treated to When Winter Falls, an exclusive 30-minute featurette with showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, major stars from the series, and behind-the-scenes players. They will break down everything that went into filming the intense “Battle of Winterfell” in season eight, episode three.
Duty is the Death of Love is included on the complete series. This compelling look at how the team behind Game of Thrones and its biggest stars, including Kit Harington, Peter Dinklage, and Emilia Clarke, brought the show and characters to life in the shocking conclusion to the series, “The Iron Throne.” Fans can dive into any of the ten audio commentaries with cast and crew for an in-depth look at filming on the final season. Plus fans won’t want to miss the five never before seen season eight deleted and extended scenes included in this release. Last but certainly not least is the animated pieces diving into the history and background of the most notable season eight locations and storylines.
The complete collection of Game of Thrones on Blu-ray is now available in stores and makes an excellent addition to any fans collection or as a gift for the upcoming holidays.