Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 1

S7E1 Dragonstone

Dragonstone (S7E1) is the First episode of season Seven of "Game of Thrones" released on Sunday July 16, 2017 on HBO (3 years ago). This episode got 526 Facebook reactions and 172 tweets during the month of the release.

Directed by Jeremy Podeswa.

Featured guest appearances from Ellie Kendrick, Tim McInnerny, Ed Sheeran, Thomas Turgoose, Billy Postlethwaite, Jim Broadbent, Kate Dempsey, Richard Dormer, Bella Ramsey, Ben Crompton, David Bradley, Megan Parkinson, Daniel Portman, Pilou Asbæk, Anton Lesser, Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, Paul Kaye.

Official Trailer / Fan Reaction Video via Youtube

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Fan Buzz

A retreat broken up by picket lines of trenches and spikes and supplementary defensive positions to push Bolton troops towards the center. Vikings is also never boring because it have a better story than GOT. David Benioff and . Breaking Bad, The Wire, Shameless. Sometimes the story drags on, and then it speeds up.

Episode Recap

Bran has arrived at the Wall as well, he has seen the army marching towards them and it is huge, including many giants in their midst. This isn’t looking <...> - via Couch Potato Psychology [The Psychologist]

I’m actually 4 episodes into Handmaids Tale (hurrah for Tivo) and have to say it’s pretty incredible. Really, really good- so good I watched all <...> - via 100 Films in a Year [Richard Nelson]

They do give us a few jolting in our seat kind of scenes, like the Battle of Meeren when Drogon, Vicerion, and Rhaegal all burned down the slave ships. Or the <...> - via ED Times [Chirali Sharma]

The old harlequin might have scanted the summer of ‘Who Shot JR?’, and The Sopranos’ final crushing cut to black, but nonetheless he was onto something. <...> - per Cultured Vultures [Huw Saunders]

You know, you're right that very little actually happened but I still enjoyed it for the anticipation it built up. The best parts for me were the <...> - per DouxReviews [Mark Greig]


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