The series isn’t over yet, and every season brings some brand new epic episodes with an exciting storyline and amusing direction. So, the list will go on changing as the time passes, but one thing is for sure, the kind of hype the aforementioned episodes has created over the TV serial blocks, it will maintain “Game of Thrones”, as the most loved and watched TV series of all time.
10. The Laws of Gods and Men (Season 4)
The episode starts with an invasion of the Dreadfort castle by Yara Greyjoy and her men, but Yara discovers that Theon has completely become an entirely different person and is telling her that he is now Reek. Yara has no choice other than to return home leaving Theon in the Dreadfort. Daenerys takes decisions into her own hands after listening to the petitions of her supplicants. Davos and Stannis go to Braavos seeking a loan. Jaime makes a deal with his father to save his brother as Tyrion’s trial begins. But Tyrion has no chance of getting through innocently when Shae is summoned to testify. The Laws of Gods and Men episode (Season 4) is ranked at number 10 in our list of the top 10 episodes of “Game of Thrones”.
9. The Dance of Dragons (Season 5)
This episode starts with an attack on Stannis’ camp, as a result of which he loses weapons, horses and provisions in the firestorm. Davos’ point of view at that point was that they can neither march back to Castle Black, nor move forward to Winterfell. Jon Snow brings the Wildlings that survived to Castle Black despite the opinion of many of his men. Arya sees Meryn Trant and starts her adventure there. Stannis’ morale is high and he is optimistically hoping for a big victory in the war to come. The Dance of Dragons episode (Season 5) is ranked at number 9 in our list of the top 10 episodes of “Game of Thrones”.
8. You Win or You Die (Season 1)
Robert finds himself in a horrible accident while he is out hunting and ends up taking his last breaths. Jon and the compatriots finally decide to take vows to join the Night’s watch. Robert’s plan to poison Daenerys has failed completely as his man for this task was captured in the play. Drogo, furiously vows to win a big victory over Seven Kingdoms. You Win or You Die (Season 1) is ranked at number 8 in our list of the top 10 episodes of “Game of Thrones”.
7. The Mountain and the Viper (Season 4)
Theon vows on helping Ramsay on his attempt to seize Moat Cailin. Mole’s Town is attacked by the wildlings. Sansa appears on the screen with a story to protect Lord Baelish. Daenerys discovers a secret about Sir Jorah. Sir Gregor Clegane finds himself one on one against Oberyn Martell in a fight to the death. The Mountain and the Viper (Season 4) is ranked at number 7 in our list of the top 10 episodes of “Game of Thrones”.
6. Mother’s Mercy (Season 5)
Stannis roars on Winterfell. Theon and Sansa find themselves in a devastating situation. Arya questions the authority of the many face god. Daenerys finds herself surrounded by acquaintances. Myrcella and Jaime leave Dorne. Sam seeks to become a new maestor and goes to old town with high hopes. Jon receives news about his uncle Benjen. Mother’s Mercy (Season 5) is ranked at number 6 in our list of the top 10 episodes of “Game of Thrones”.
5. The Rains of Castamere (Season 3)
Catelyn and Robb arrive at the marriage of Edmure Tully. Jon is put to the test to seek the truth behind the loyalty of Watch and Ygritte. Bran’s group decides to split up as he learns the strength of his real power. Daenerys, based on information provided by Daario, plans an invasion of the Yunkai. The Rains of Castamere (Season 3) is ranked at number 5 in our list of the top 10 episodes of “Game of Thrones”.
4. Valar Morghulis (Season 2)
Joffrey puts Sansa aside and decides to marry Margaery Tyrell for his strong feelings about her. Robb marries Talisa Maegyr irrespective of the previous promises he had made. Jon prepares to meet Mance Rayder. Arya finds a way to escape her way out of Jaqen H’ghar. Daenerys tries to rescue her dragons as she enters the House of the Undead. Valar Morghulis (Season 2) is ranked at number 4 in our list of the top 10 episodes of “Game of Thrones”.
3. Blackwater (Season 2)
Sure about victory, Stannis Baratheon’s fleet and army begin their battle for the city at King’s Landing. The Lannisters have no chance against such a big outrage, but Tyrion somehow knows the way to handle that situation effectively. Tyrion decides to lead the troops beyond the city wall. Cersei plans for the future of her children. At first, it seems that all of their efforts are failing in vain, but suddenly a light of hope appears on the scene. Blackwater (Season 2) is ranked at number 3 in our list of the top 10 episodes of “Game of Thrones”.
2. The Children (Season 4)
Surprising developments are unfold as the Night’s Watch story continues. Daenerys has to face the consequences of what she had done previously. Podrick and Brienne find themselves in an unexpected encounter. Tyrion discovers a great milestone while Bran achieves a vital goal. The Children (Season 4) is ranked at number 2 in our list of the top 10 episodes of “Game of Thrones”.
1. The Red Woman (Season 6)
A new dawn breaks in “Game of Thrones,” but it’s a spirit of mourning and mounting dread which grips everyone, at least for much of the episode. “A reckoning will come,” the ruthless Roose Bolton says at one point. Indeed it will.
At the Wall, the show doesn’t waste much time getting an answer about the fate of Jon Snow. He is a dead, bloody, cold mess in the courtyard of Castle Black. His few remaining friends, including his faithful dire wolf Ghost, begin mourning him, and Sir Davos, adrift without a leader since Stannis is now dead, is concerned for his own future. Overall, a great episode indeed! The Red Woman (Season 6) is ranked at number 1 in our list of the top 10 episodes of “Game of Thrones”.
The series isn’t over yet, and every season brings brand new, amazingly epic episodes with a particularly exciting storyline and amusing plot twists. So, the list will go on changing as the series progresses. But one thing is for sure, with the astounding hype the aforementioned episodes have created, “Game of Thrones” will remain one of the most loved and watched TV series of all time.