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HBO's 'Game of Thrones' Lands Its Own After-Show

Winter is coming, and so is a "Game of Thrones" after-show.

Rising out of HBO's new partnership with Grantland founder Bill Simmons, "After the Thrones" will debut Sunday, April 24, following the season premiere of the hit fantasy drama.

Hosted by Andy Greenwald and Chris Ryan on Simmons' new website The Ringer, "After the Thrones" will recap the latest episode, delve into the politics and history of "Game of Thrones," and offer up theories about what lies ahead. Greenwald and Ryan previously hosted Grantland's "Watch the Thrones" podcast.

The news comes just a week after BBC America announced the launch of an after-show for its sci-fi thriller "Orphan Black."

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