The six-part serial began broadcasting on BBC One on 21 February 2016. …
The series received widespread critical acclaim, with The Sun calling it “one of the greatest series of all time”. …
Reviewing Episode 1 for The Guardian, Archie Bland began by noting, “The Night Manager is as sexed up as television drama comes. In Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie it has bona fide international stars; in John le Carré’s source novel it has a pedigree of untouchable grandeur. The palette is as sumptuous as one of our hero Jonathan Pine’s beautiful hotels.”
Excellent. George R.R. Martin should put away the draft of his next book and simply fill in details around the TV series.
The Starks are some of my favourite characters. They feature very prominently in this season.
Arya training with the Faceless Men is one of the most interesting subplots.
And Jon Snow? … I believe he was killed.🙂
Though too violent for me, I was pleased that major things actually HAPPENED this season. It wasn’t all set-up. Winter is here. Daenerys sets sail to Westeros with her companions, armies and dragons. Cersei is now the new Queen of Westeros.