Game of Thrones Season 7 is expected to give fans another breathtaking ride in the seven kingdoms, and the interest of the viewers from all over the globe has shown no signs of slowing down. In fact, avid fans have been continually guessing as to what to expect from this most anticipated TV show. So we tried to come up with our own informative guide that holds everything we know so far. Watch your favorite character in all of the Seven Kingdoms. Here’s what to expect for this season.
What Game of Thrones Season 7 Should Look Like
1. Premiere Night
Game of Thrones Season 7 will premiere on Sunday night, July 16 at 9 pm ET on HBO in the US. Filming wrapped in February and will launch in the summer months.
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2. What have we seen so far?
The official trailer of the Game of Thrones season 7 was finally shown on Wednesday, lasting for a mere 1 minute and 49 seconds. The video brought us actual footage from the most-anticipated scenes showing Cersei Lannister getting ready to defend her crown, and Daenerys Targaryen preparing to fight for her right to the Iron Throne. Jon Snow, on the other hand, is preparing for his own fight far up North.
3. The cast of Season 7: Who’s in it?
The main cast is back, of course, which is composed of Jon Snow, Jaime Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister, Bran Stark, Sansa Stark, Cersei Lannister, Olenna Tyrell, Arya Stark, including Yara Greyjoy, and more. Other important characters are also expected to play their roles like The Hound, Littlefinger, The Mountain, and Varys. Gendry could also be making an appearance as well as Lyanna Mormont, Randyll Tarly, Ser Jorah, and Benjen Stark – aka Coldhands.
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4. Game of Thrones Episodes: How long will it run?
HBO’s then-president of programming Michael Lombardo indicated that Game of Thrones would end after eight seasons. HBO officially renewed its smash-hit series for a seventh year on April 21, 2016, and it’s since been announced we’ll be getting seven episodes this year for season 7. Then, in March 2017, it’s been officially confirmed that the eighth and final season will span for just six episodes.
5. How will the story unfold as the season ends?
We discovered altogether the truth behind Jon Snow’s parentage and how he came to be the new King of the North. We’ll be expecting Daenerys Targaryen retaking the castle at Dragonstone while Cersei Lannister will be defending her place in the Iron Throne after having seized it following the demise of her son Tommen. Speculations are Cersei will fall to her death in the hands of Jon Snow, with him joining forces with his blood-relative Daenerys in a most-likely incestuous partnership — or Dany might also have to face off with Jon, too.
Watch this Game of Thrones Season 7 Official Trailer:
Interestingly, there’s been a talk of a Game of Thrones movie. George RR Martin suggested back in March 2014: It’s going to cost a fortune to make a 2-hour movie, but it should all be worth every dollar. One of the real challenges would be finding actors to fill in some of the roles if need be. Every single one of them played their part perfectly, it’s going to be a difficult task to find replacements.
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