10 things we learned from the Game of Thrones S3 Emmys panel

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Apr 29, 2019, 6:22 AM EDT (Updated)

We're less than two weeks away from the season three premiere of Game of Thrones, and that means promotional events for the show are in full swing.

Tuesday night, the day after the Los Angeles premiere of season three, several members of the show's cast and crew gathered for a live event at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences to discuss filming, fandom, character deaths, the future of the series and Jon Snow's glorious hair. The whole panel was fun, but the best parts of such an event are always the little teasers and bits of trivia that emerge from the discussion.

So to make sure you didn't miss out on those little nuggets of fandom, we watched the whole 90-minute panel and picked out the 10 most intriguing things we learned, from how George R. R. Martin agreed to let the series creators do the show to the demand Peter Dinklage made before he would play Tyrion. Check out the gallery for all the fun tidbits. And if you like, you can watch the full recorded panel in the video below for even more Thrones fun.

Game of Thrones season three premieres Sunday, March 31st on HBO.

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 (Via Emmys)

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