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"Winter Is Coming" is the series premiere of the HBO medieval fantasy television series Game of Thrones. The first episode of the first season, it was written by series creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, in an adaptation of the first chapters of George R. R. Martin's book A Game of Thrones. The episode was directed by Tim Van Patten, redoing the work done by director Tom McCarthy in an unaired pilot.

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As the first episode of the series, it introduces the setting and the main characters of the show. The episode centers on the Stark family, and how Ned Stark gets involved in the court politics after the king chooses him to replace his recently deceased chief administrator ("Hand of the King"). The episode received largely positive reviews, and was seen initially by 2.2 million viewers. A week before the episode first aired, HBO made the first 15 minutes available as an Internet preview.

In March 2006, a few weeks after meeting Martin, Benioff and Weiss pitched the show to Showtime and then Carolyn Strauss of HBO, the latter of whom accepted their proposal.[3][5] HBO acquired the rights to the novels to turn them into a television series,[6] with Benioff and Weiss as writers and executive producers of the series. The series went into development in January 2007.[7] The series would begin with the first book from 1996, "A Game of Thrones", with the intention that each novel in the series would form the basis for a season's worth of episodes.[7] However, Benioff and Weiss had to resubmit a proposal after Carolyn Strauss stepped down as president of HBO in 2008.[8] The first and second drafts of the pilot script, written by Benioff and Weiss, were submitted in August 2007 and June 2008 respectively.[9] While HBO found both drafts to their liking, a pilot was not ordered until November 2008.[10]

Tom McCarthy was chosen to direct the pilot episode, shot between October 24 and November 19, 2009 on location in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Morocco.[12] However, the pilot was deemed unsatisfactory and had to be reshot.

The new first episode was filmed in 2010 by new director Tim Van Patten, and several actors appearing in the original pilot did not return for the series. Tamzin Merchant was replaced as Daenerys Targaryen by Emilia Clarke, and Jennifer Ehle was replaced as Catelyn Stark by Michelle Fairley.[13] Additionally, Ian McNeice was replaced as Magister Illyrio by Roger Allam,[14] Richard Ridings[15] as Gared by Dermot Keaney, and Jamie Campbell Bower[15] as Ser Waymar Royce by Rob Ostlere.[16]

HBO did not make a decision for four months after the pilot was delivered.[32] In March 2010, HBO's decision to greenlight the series was announced,[33] with the production of the series scheduled to start June 2010.[34] HBO however demanded the first episode be reshot, and wanted all the scenes from Morocco scrapped.[17] A cameo appearance by George R.R. Martin as a Pentoshi nobleman at Daenerys's wedding filmed in Morocco was therefore also cut.[35] Around 90 percent of the pilot was re-shot in 2010, with some cast changes and a different director.[31]

The original pilot remains unaired, although some footage from it was used in the first aired episode.[36] This includes Sansa's scenes with Catelyn (Michelle Fairley's footage as Catelyn was inserted over Jennifer Ehle's performance),[31] Will's ride through the woods (retained though also portrayed by a different actor), most of the feast at Winterfell, and Ned and Robert's scene in the crypt. That scene is one of a few to be filmed on 35 mm film, and consequently slight film grain can be seen in the HD version of the episode.[27]

The first episode of Game of Thrones obtained 2.2 million viewers in its premiere airing, with an additional 2 million viewers in the reruns that aired during the same night. The day after the premiere HBO aired the episode six additional times, adding another 1.2 million to the viewer's figures.[40] Reruns aired during the following week upped the total viewership to 6.8 million.[41]

The critical response to the first episode of the series was positive. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes surveyed 15 reviews of the episode and judged 100% of them to be positive with an average score of 8.5 out of 10. The website's critical consensus reads, "'Winter is Coming' is an introduction to a wonderfully bleak journey that honors its source material with stellar execution and an impressive cast."[46] James Poniewozik from Time considered it an "epic win",[47] and Jace Lacob from The Daily Beast deemed it "unforgettable".[48] HitFix's Alan Sepinwall wrote that while it was too early to say if Game of Thrones belonged to the HBO pantheon with shows like The Sopranos or The Wire, it had many things in common with those shows.[49] IGN's Matt Fowler wrote that the episode "effortlessly takes us along, faithfully, through the book, but it also manages to capture the majestically morbid spirit of Martin's pages and turn them into thrilling television".[50]

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