Since the Song of Fire and Ice inspired series first debuted, Game of Thrones fans have not been able get enough of its compelling characters vying for the Iron Throne. This list contains recommendations for movies and TV shows to watch if you love Game of Thrones. Shows like Game of Thrones sometimes follow complex stories of royal corruption chronicled over many episodes. Movies like Game of Thrones often tell a single story of an underdog saving the world. What to watch after Game of Thrones really depends on your mood.
What are some movies and TV shows featured on this list of recommendations for Game of Thrones fans? The Lord of the Rings franchise has to be near the top of the collection. This movie series will hit all the right notes with GoT fans who enjoy adventure, power, corruption, and fantastical creatures large and small. Gladiator is another epic film that may hold over Game of Thrones fans throughout a long Winter.
If you like a story about a king who will do anything to keep his throne, The Tudors is the show for you. Other good TV series and films for GoT fans include Stardust, Westworld, and A Knight's Tale. But the real secret sauce is not just "similar genres" - quality shows go far deeper than that - writing, casting, tone all play an important part in whether we like something or not. What do you feel like watching after you finish binging Game of Thrones? Upvote (or downvote) below. . .
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