Game of Thrones was a massive hit among fans. Every episode has left fans wanting for more. To celebrate its 10th year anniversary ever since it debuted on HBO, the platform is set to remember the iconic moment when it first aired on the cable channel.
The first episode of Game of Thrones was released on April 17, 2011. Now, HBO is looking to celebrate one of its most famous series. On April 5, 2021, HBO announced The Iron Anniversary, which is a month-long celebration of the series.
The celebration will begin with some festivities by putting the Game of Thrones series in the spotlight on HBO Max. The “spotlight” page will contain information about the series and the fandom. It will include some behind-the-scenes extras, trailers, clips, and cast interviews. Most of this newly curated content was never available on HBO Max before.
The celebration will begin on April 10. HBO will begin with a “MaraThrone” featuring a back-to-back airing of every episode from Season 1. The challenge for fans is to re-binge the entire series. It will include a charity focus, with some of the stars reaching out to fans and help charitable causes.
The donations will help Conservation International, Women for Women International, World Central Kitchen, UNICEF, International Rescue Committee, SameYou, FilmAid International, The Trevor Project, Royal Mencap Society, and National Urban League.
HBO will also partner with other companies to produce limited edition products for the anniversary.
The complete collection of Game of Thrones is available on Blu-Ray, 4K Ultra, DVD, and select digital retailers. Fans can also stream all seasons on HBO Max.