A couple of television series are starting up for the first time while others are returning for continuation from where they stopped previously. Some are action packed while others bring violence and drama to television. However, through all these, Two television series have caught the attention of millions of viewers and kept them glued to their television sets; these are Game of Thrones and Arrows
Game of Thrones
The fourth season of Game of Thrones premiered in April of 2014 and has since being renewed for a fifth and sixth season. Game of Thrones season four continues in its usual tradition of suspense and a combination of violence, power tussle, love and betrayal which the previous seasons were known for. Season four commences with the unexpected poisoning and subsequent death of King Joffrey with his mother ( cersei Lannister) blaming her brother Tyrion who is abandoned by everyone as he faces persecution for a crime he didn’t commit. Sansa Stark escapes from Kings Landing during the murder of Joffrey as she leaves with the help of Petyr Baelish to her Aunt Lysa Arryn’s place. Petyr later murders Lysa as Tyrion also kills his father while escaping in the Season Finale.
There’s still so much to look forward to in the Game of Thrones upcoming Seasons as much is still to be seen as to what happens to Arya as she journeys alone to davos and deaneries targaryan’s journey to reclaim her throne. In all, fans can expect the unexpected as the series makes its return in early 2015.
Arrow continues with its fast paced and action in season two. At the beginning of the season, Oliver Queen still grapples with the death of his friend towards the end of season one and starts tackling crime without killing the criminals. The Arrow also accepts Roy Harper as his Protégé while also getting help from Sarah and Laurel’s father, Quentin. However, towards the end of the Season, Oliver’s mother Moira Queen is murdered by Slade “deathstroke” Wilson as Oliver and Thea watch on. Season three is scheduled to hit our television screens in October of 2014.