Check Out These First Pics From Game Of Thrones S7E1

Rebecca Barbier
Julho 14, 2017

A new season of Game of Thrones is upon us (finally!), and fans are celebrating in all kinds of ways-with viewing parties, themed dinners, an upcoming HBO exhibition tour, and of course, lots of Ommegang's Game of Thrones-branded beer.

Along with these trailers were a slew of images.

"It's brilliant. I actually went up to [GOT co-creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss] and thanked them".

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Game of Thrones season seven starts on Showcase on Foxtel on Monday at 11am, and repeated at 8:30pm. If you sign up closer to Sunday's premiere, you should, in theory, be able to watch the first two episodes of GoT for free as part of your trial. Will she be struggling against Jon, vying for more power as the Lady of Winterfell? Recall that Season 2 ended with Sam coming face to face with an army of White Walkers. Of his memorable moment with Aaron Rodgers, Kit admitted, "I'm not a big American football fan so I didn't know who he was, but my friend back home is a huge NFL geek". The first broadcast is at 2 a.m. United Kingdom time-simultaneous to its HBO premiere in the US -and then there is a second broadcast at the more convenient time of 9 p.m., too.

Podrick has seemingly annoyed Brienne (Picture: Helen Sloan/HBO) Has Meera made it to The Wall? Whatever the case, all speculation will soon be answered once the premiere for the seventh season happens this Sunday.

As the premiere of season 7 of "Game of Thrones" draws near, fans are eager to see what the new season has in store for their favorite characters. He's such an underdog that you want to root for him to slither his way to the Iron Throne, but he's also such a creep and so pervy around Sansa Stark that it's impossible to. Photo by Helen Sloan/HBOEmilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones. But if she's to pose any real threat to Cersei (who's fast earning herself the name of Mad Queen) she'll have to venture beyond her homelands.

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