In celebration of Hodor Week, Hypable’s Game of Thrones podcast Game of Owns is going to feature the man himself, Kristian Nairn!
In celebration of the first ever Hodor Week, Kristian Nairn (who brilliantly portrays Hodor in HBO’s Game of Thrones television adaptation) will be joining Selina, Zack, Eric, and Micah throughout the entire week’s episodes.
Hodor has unanimously become all of the hosts’ favourite character on Game of Thrones, enlightening us with his insightful commentary into the events (Hodor!), and we can’t wait to talk to him about his work on the show, his thoughts on the character and the book series, and much more. But we need YOUR help!
An entire day will be dedicated to bringing questions directly to Kristian himself — consider this your own personal interview with the ever talkative Hodor. So what do you want us to talk to him about? What do you want to know?
Send in your questions
Happy Hodor Week!
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