Staff Writerbringing the world of Westeros to life in season five of HBO’s Game of Thrones. Five different directors have been announced to be working on production, with only one to previously have worked on the show. That man is David Nutter, who directed the famous episode, “The Rains of Castamere,” which featured the infamous Red Wedding. Newcomers Michael Slovis, Mark Mylod, Jeremy Podeswa, and Michael Sapocnik have worked on CSI, Elementary, Chicago Fire, Once Upon A Time, Entourage, Shameless, Queer as Folk, True Blood, Six Feet Under, House M.D., and Fringe between the four of them. While it is good for the show to have new talent directing the show, especially since the show will now feature many different story lines as it goes further into George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Fire and Ice series, it means that a few that have worked in production in the past will not be involved anymore. This includes the show's only female director Michelle MacLaren, who directed four episodes between seasons three and four. Game of Thrones will return on HBO in Spring 2015. Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!