Here’s a look inside last season’s “Game of Thrones” finale: Unbelievably, the upcoming season will be the series’ fifth. (Alert: spoilers below)The previous season ended with a glorious—and bloody—battle at Castle Black, Tywin Lannister’s embarrassing death at the hands of his own son, and Arya, who was painfully close to reuniting with her sister Sansa, sailing to Braavos. Last year, the epic claimed the title of HBO’s most watched series: it reached 18.4 million viewers, eclipsing the previous mark of 18.2 million set by “The Sopranos.”“Game of Thrones” has become so popular that HBO announced it would show two episodes from Season 4 in select IMAX theaters, followed by an exclusive trailer for the upcoming season. The deal with IMAX makes HBO the first television network to broadcast its programming in such a setting. “We couldn’t think of a series more fitting than Game of Thrones to be the first presented in IMAX,” Greg Foster, senior executive vice president of IMAX Corp. and CEO of IMAX Entertainment, said in a statement. “It has the action, storyline and epic nature that our fans seek in IMAX and we’re thrilled to team with HBO and our longtime partners at Warner Brothers to offer audiences a chance to experience it in the ultimate theatre setting joined by other fans of the series.”In other news, HBO announced that “Silicon Valley” and “Veep” will also debut April 12. Silicon Valley will air at 10 p.m., followed by “Veep” at 10:30 p.m. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The long, painful wait is almost over. HBO announced this week that its hits drama “Game of Thrones,” based on George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” books, returns April 12 at 9 p.m.
The resident willy wagtail nests up in the rafters near the man-shed.Mr Lewis initially built the house for his daughter, but the couple moved in after she needed to be closer to the city. The master ensuite has a double vanity and spa.The master suite has its own private balcony, and the ensuite has a double vanity and a spa. Downstairs is a spacious open plan kitchen, living and dining area, and toward the front of the house are two more living spaces. The living area is open plan.Ms Needham also said their neighbours were “absolutely fabulous”.“If we go away, one will come and look after the mail, while the other will water the pot plants.”The home is set on a 3019sq m flat block and has side access.Mr Lewis and Ms Needham are downsizing due to spending more time travelling around Australia in their caravan. This home at 12-14 Gregor Rd, Upper Caboolture, is up for sale.Life at this Upper Caboolture home is so good even the birds have moved in.Colin Lewis and Robyn Needham have lived at 12-14 Gregor Rd since 2010 and love living among the local wildlife.“The bird wildlife is to die for,” Ms Needham said.“We’ve got a willy wagtail who has been nesting up in our rafters near the man-shed for years now and if we’ve been away on holidays for a while, she’ll come down and talk to us when we get home.“She’s just delightful.” More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Four of the five bedrooms are kingsize or larger.The two-level home has sizeable rooms, with four of the five bedrooms kingsize, or larger in the case of the master. The home is contemporary by design.Outside is a patio and a three-bay shed turned “man-shed”.The home has a green zoned animal conservation area behind it, meaning it is abundant with wildlife. “My favourite area is our back patio where we have three meals a day and we sit out there are watch all the bird life,” she said. “We can enjoy a bottle of wine and watch the black cockatoos come in.”