Winter is finally here, and so too has Game of Thrones already reached its finale. Season 7 is ready to launch us into its last episodes with a finale trailer that brings just about everyone to the table for the first time since Season 1.
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 ventures “Beyond The Wall” with an hour as exciting as trudging through snow, capped off by one major twist for the Night King’s arsenal. Plus, are Jon and Dany making it official? Find out in our full review!
Even as we’re staring down the barrel of our final Game of Thrones episodes, one can’t help wondering about the spinoffs. We know any and all ideas are set in the series’ distant past, but one writer confirms that readers of George R.R. Martin will recognize some Westeros history.
Step aside, Defenders. There’s a new hero in town to save the day, if he’s feeling up to it. Larry David becomes the hero we deserve, and the one we need, as a new Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 9 teaser and poster shines into the night sky.
Game of Thrones gave us whiplash with all the reunions and returns of this past Sunday’s “Eastwatch,” though at least a few character moments felt shortchanged. As Jerome Flynn now tells us, producers scrapped what was clearly the most important reunion of all.
Game of Thrones production requires long enough lead that by the time we’re watching a season, the cast is already headed back to work. The final six episodes may be a different story, but one star says they’re headed back to work soon, which could pinpoint a 2018 premiere.
Game of Thrones may have suffered another accidental leak of Season 7’s next episode, but HBO is sticking with business as usual. Venture “Beyond the Wall” with Jon Snow and his magnificent band, as Daenerys gets some fresh threads back at home.
Boy, that HBO has some rotten luck. Not only did Game of Thrones and HBO overall suffer a malicious hack, but said pirates didn’t even have to release episodes online. Game of Thrones Season 7 has accidentally leaked its own penultimate episode.
Sunday night’s Game of Thrones had hours of essential information, major narrative developments and character reunions all packed into one swift episode. We could spend forever analyzing – spoiler alert – Cersei’s pregnancy reveal, how long Gendry will stick around, and what Gilly’s major Rhaegar Targaryen bomb drop reveals about Jon’s threat to Daenerys’ right to the throne. But one of the more unexpected and interesting developments in “Eastwatch“ was the raven Arya discovered in Littlefinger’s room. What did it say? Is Littlefinger tricking Arya? And what does that mean for the two Stark sisters?
Sunday’s Game of Thrones brought with it a great many shocking developments and reunions, but perhaps none delighted fans more-so than Joe Dempsie’s Gendry Baratheon. The character’s rowing Season 3 exit was finally resolved with a major role to play, but it seems producers almost brought back the character even earlier.
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