‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 ventures to “Dragonstone” for a satisfying, if table-setting premiere, but should fewer episodes mean a change in urgency? And did Ed Sheeran bring us one of the series’ best scenes? Find out in our full review!
Sure, we’ve had two trailers and dozens of photos to date, but Game of Thrones Season 7 is only just getting started. Literally! Sunday’s “Dragonstone” premiere has its own new photos, featuring a surprising battle and not one – but TWO homecomings.
Poor Hodor got perhaps Game of Thrones’ least-deserved end, and one hopes his afterlife would be far more pleasant. Well, that afterlife is apparently a KFC, as a new commercial with Thrones alum Kristian Nairn memorably recalls the gentle giant’s tragic end.
We’re just two weeks from Game of Thrones Season 7 treating us to the longest episodes yet, though the future remains as uncertain as ever. Even less episodes will populate the eighth and final season, and according to those involved, the run-times may get even longer.
Were you born in Game of Thrones’ Westeros, chances are you will not survive to a ripe old age. That doesn’t keep the cast of HBO’s fantasy epic from dreaming, however, as an impressive new parody strings together Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” with the entire crew.
Considering Game of Thrones racks up records for setting stuntmen ablaze, it’s safe to say there’s a fair amount of death in Westeros. So much so, in fact, that some mad genius compiled footage of the whopping 150,000+ lost lives over the course of six seasons. Might want to get a poncho ready.
There’s been some back and forth on Game of Thrones Season 7 having longer runtimes than previous years, but the full episode breakdown brings good news. Season 7 may have been hacked down to seven episodes, but at least two of them will be the series’ longest outings to date.
Like winter before it, Game of Thrones’ end is coming. We may not like to think about Seasons 7 and 8 bringing an end to the world of Westeros, but according to HBO, the main saga may not wrap at least 2019. Not only is the final Game of Thrones season currently unscheduled, but any and all spinoffs might not air until well-after.
Game of Thrones Season 7 isn’t likely to garner complaints of extended runtime, especially with thirteen hours left overall. Still, there’s good reason to suspect that HBO’s flagship drama will be cramming episodes to the gills, as the July 16 premiere runtime is one of its longest yet.
Game of Thrones is debuting later in the year than ever, but that doesn’t dampen our excitement for the first official Season 7 trailer one bit. Watch the world of Westeros get a little colder, even as the Great War heats up in the penultimate season’s first official trailer.
Game of Thrones Season 7 spoilers are something of a contradiction, in that very little need be preserved of George R.R. Martin’s unpublished books, yet the series now has its own story to protect. And protect it will, as star Nathalie Emmanuel reveals the elaborate lengths through which cast were asked to protect Season 7 scripts.
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