If you like to occupy over mythology and still want to exploit your HBO account and also Ramin Djawadi is your hero:
"Westworld" (HBO), about an amusement park for rich people filled with robots that have achieved sentience (scored by the incomparable GoT composer).
If you like period pieces with lots of violence, political intrigues, raven images and scenes in extremely low lighting shot:
"Vikings" about the Norwegian legends of Ragnar Lothbrook
If you like period pieces with lots of violence, political intrigue and a beautiful and widespread outcast looking to claim its rightful place in the world: "The last kingdom" (Netflix) based on the "Saxon stories" novels of a Saxon noble who grows up as Dane
If you are a ride-or-die member of House Lannister:
"Borgias" (Showtime), about a treacherous family taking name and making money in the renaissance age Italy.
If you are a ride-or-die member of House Lannister, but in the present:
"Billions" (Showtime), about rich and powerful people plotting and circling in New York City.
If you fancy a visual feast with an almost-true plot and deep character webs (and stabbing):
"Black Sails" (Starz), a pirate sermon for the novel "Treasure Island".
If you fancy a visual feast with a pretty true plot and deep character webs (and stabbing):
"Rome" (HBO), about two soldiers whose lives intersect in the events of ancient Rome.
If you like periodicals, but sexy:
"Outlander" (Starz), based on a number of novels about a time-traveling nurse in Scotland
If you like pieces but sexy and royal:
"The Spanish Princess" (Starz) about a young Catherine of Aragon (aka Myranda, Ramsay's Girlfriend!)
If you like periodicals, but sexy and royal and also with Natalie Dormer:
"The Tudors" (Showtime ) about the government of the young King Henry VIII
If you like pieces on the other side of the pond with different kinds of hair and also Jason Momoa:
"Frontier" (Netflix) on an illegal stairway involved in 1700 & # 39; fur coat
If you want a comfortable fantasy support:
I f) you want one pleasant fantasy support, but sexy:
"Camelot" (Starz), about King Arthur's Court
If you bent the knee to the queen in the north:
" Dark Phoenix ", the latest X-Men movie that hits theaters on June 7 and has our girl Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) as Jean Gray. . ]
If you want AND imagination, but new:
If you want to catch Ned and Melisandre in a horror movie:
" Black Death "that was put under the bubonic plague and with Sean Bean and Carice van Houten  If you want to see Jaime Lannister as an Egyptian god for some reason:
"The gods of Egypt" where Nikolaj Coster-Waldau lacks an eye instead of a hand, and Gerard Butler retains his Scottish brogue
If you finally want to see. SOME. ELEPHANTS:
"King Arthur: The Sword's Legend", which also has other amazing, non-elephant images. . no matter how many times it hurts you:
Do you know what? Just watch "Star Wars."