The "Game of Thrones" is buzzing on the horizon and yet the producers have been speculated to market the series to the White House. Owing to the epic success of the "Game of Thrones," it is inevitable that even the president of the United States, Barack Obama wants to see it first.
A previous report from Entertainment Weekly revealed, "At the "Game of Thrones" premiere event in Hollywood on Sunday, showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss confirmed rumors that Barack Obama wanted and will get episodes of their ultra-secret show ahead of their debut on HBO."
Indeed, given the fact, fans and followers of this much-acclaimed series might wait a bit for their turn to witness the fantasy series. Even the showrunners and producers were surprised that they are able to bring their show to the White House. Weiss even said, "I think, for both of us, finding out the President wanted advanced copies of the episodes was an 'ah-ha' moment. That was a very strange moment."
Additional milestone for HBO as it enters the White House and have one of the private screening for "Game of Thrones" season 6 in there. On a different note, HBO may have spent a lot for the series to come to life but the rewarding and positive responses from the crowd has generated much delight for the show creators, as noted by Jobs & Hire.
It remains uncertain on when and which part of the White House, president Obama would watch the first full packed episodes of "Game of Thrones" season 6. As for the rest of the globe, the series returns on returns on April 24.