It’s that time of year again. Game of Thrones has returned for its 6th season. Characters who were previously separated by continents are coming together for the first time, and worlds, peoples, and the Great Houses are all set to collide with one another. I’m here to guide you through all 10 episodes of the chaos, beginning with the season premiere, “The Red Woman”. Game of Thrones’ premieres usually aren’t particularly heavy on action, but they always do a serviceable job of setting the stage for the dramas and intrigues that will dominate the season. In this respect, “The Red Woman” feels unfinished, as there are a lot of plotlines given only a moment of our attention before the camera whisks off to another locale. Episodes where the showrunners try to cover as much ground as possible are always frustrating, as no one plotline gets the loving treatment it deserves.