Game of Thrones Season 7
Game of Thrones season 7 started airing on Sunday, July 16, 2017. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S7E7 The Dragon and the Wolf
The season consists of 7 episodes.
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Game of Game of Thrones: season 8, episode 6, The Iron Throne - The Verge - via Theverge
Note: If this was a Real Housewives season, Bran would be the background character watching from afar in the first season, only to come around as the main cast member in the last season. You didn’t think he was important, but here he is — a newly crowned king.
'Game of Thrones' fans furious after series finale: 'I am so glad #GOT is over' - via Foxnews
The series finale received a 57 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes. The finale marks the lowest score for the last episode of a season in the show's history, with Season 7 coming in second at 87 percent. The overall score of Season 8 only reached 71 percent, which is a far cry from the second lowest, Seasons 7 and 5, which both received 93 percent ratings.
Game of Thrones season 8, episode 5: How to watch and how to stream HBO without cable - via Cnet
If you're already a subscriber to HBO as part of a cable or satellite TV package, you get HBO Go for free. It lets you stream Game of Thrones along with the rest of HBO's shows on supported phones, tablets, connected TVs and gaming consoles. Not only can you watch all seven past seasons of GoT with HBO Go, but you can livestream the new episodes as they air on HBO.
HBO Won't Allow George RR Martin's Theater to Screen Game of Thrones Finale - IGN - via Ign
Later in the interview, when pressed on the circumstances surrounding HBO’s decision, he said “George has a great relationship with HBO. He’s got a lot of things in the works coming and so as diligently as he is working on that book there's a lot to come from George R.R. Martin."
The Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Breaks Her Silence - via Vulture
So I was actually, in that scene, working with Isaac [Hempstead Wright]. He’s such a cute kid, I really love him. A phenomenal actor. Could you keep up that weird shit for all these seasons now? We were just hanging out, and they kept shifting our marks. He went to go do whatever, you know, and they were shooting Emilia’s coverage, and I just decided to stay and see what happens. I didn’t even realize they were shooting, honestly. It’s like the worst acting of my entire life. How ironic is that?
Having said that, I’m still intrigued to see where things end up in season eight. Yes, there are only a handful of narrative moves left for the writers to play, but even having a pretty good idea how some of the stories are going to end, I’m excited to see it all play out. This rewatch has made me <...> - by Pop Culture Maniacs - Season 7 [Jean Henegan]
“He’s a clever man, Your Hand. I’ve known a great many clever men. I’ve outlived them all. You know why? I ignored them. The lords of Westeros are sheep. Are you a sheep? No. You’re a dragon. Be a dragon.” – Lady Olenna With the calculated moves against each other, Cersei <...> - by Confessions From A Geek Mind - Season 7 [Kelechi Ehenulo]
Some people were blown away by the twists and revelations in the finale. I guess it’s the fault of the internet age, but it felt like an awful lot of stuff that had just been a long time coming to me. The Night King using his dragon to melt the wall should probably have been mind-blowing, but it felt like it was <...> - by 100 Films in a Year - Season 7 [Richard Nelson]
Beyond the Wall, the epic sixth episode of the seventh season, was the breaking point for many fans of the show. On the surface, it is a stunning episode with some of the greatest events that have ever taken place on the show. But the episode defies logic. The seventh season of Game of Thrones was hurt significantly by <...> - by I'm Jeffrey Rex - Season 7 [Jeffrey Rex Bertelsen]
The penultimate season of this truly epic series really is another groundbreaking and action filled throughout its seven episodes which are slightly longer than the previous six seasons which had ten episodes. I love how the journey of the surviving Stark children eventually sees them being reunited at Winterfell, <...> - by Let's Go To The Movies - Season 7 [Caz]