You don't have to be a fan to know that HBO's massive hit series Game of Thrones is back. The final season premiers this weekend and you'll hear about little else for the next six weeks.
And that means Gay of Thrones, the Emmy-nominated recap series hosted by Jonathan Van Ness, will also be back for its final season.
Gay of Thrones started back in 2013, long before Van Ness gained global fame with the Netflix reboot of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. The show was nominated twice for an Emmy for Outstanding Short Form Variety Series.
“I am very excited to blow out this last season of Gay of Thrones with the panache and fierceness that only Jonathan can bring to the screen,” show producer Erin Gibson shared in a statement.
Gibson explained the idea for Gay of Thrones after the two would talk about the HBO show while he was styling her hair.