EWTN Set To Premiere New Epic Series, Game Of Papal Thrones

July 27, 2016 by  
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Image: Andrew Hermiz

Image: Andrew Hermiz

There was some exciting news for Game of Thrones fans who also happen to love Jesus today after EWTN announced that they are set to premiere their brand new epic, Game of Papal Thrones.

“The launch of the new GoPT series will truly be a global Catholic television event,” said Jonathan Nunez, Associate Producer of the series based on the bestselling novel, A Gregorian Chant of Ice and Fire. “Game of Thrones is already a worldwide phenomenon and so is Jesus Christ. We’re hoping to baptize, so to speak, the series made famous by HBO.”

The series, which details the power struggle for the papal throne (Cathedra Romana,) tells the story of eight men and one woman fighting for control of the newly restored Papal States. Political and chaste intrigue is pervasive. Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Prince of the Apostles, asks his old friend Cardinal Robert Sarah to serve as Hand of the Pope, the highest official. Secretly warned that the previous Hand was assassinated, Sarah accepts in order of business to investigate further. Meanwhile, “the mad sister” Marcia Allen and her religious family, the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, may be hatching a plot to take power. Across the sea, the last members of the deposed family, the Burke’s, are scheming to take the throne. The friction between houses Sarah, LCWR, Bergoglio, and Burke and with the remaining great houses Chaput, Mahoney, Ratzinger, and the incompetent yet powerful and conniving Chaldean Patriarch Raphael “Littlefinger” Sako leads to full-scale war. All while a very ancient evil awakens in the farthest east. Amidst the war and pontifical confusion, a neglected order of monks, the Benedictines of Fontgombault, is all that stands between the realms of men and fiery horrors beyond.

The series is set to premier this September.

  • JabbaPapa

    Look out for that pesky traddy High SSParrow in Season 5 !!! (spoilers !!)

  • samton909


    Cardinal Reinhard Marx as “Varys”
    Archbishop Cupich as “Prince Joffrey”
    Antonio Spadaro as “Tyrion Lannister”
    Kissmeyoufool Fernandez as “Cersei Lannister”
    Athanasius Schneider as ‘Khal Drogo”

    And special Guest Star –

    Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams as “Hodor”

    • Disqus_disqus

      Haven’t seen GoT, but I assume the first four in the list are the villains?

  • Richardson McPhillips

    For the love of God, man, don’t give Him any more ideas.