Everything we know about ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7

Game of Thrones won’t be behind on a screens for a few some-more painful months, though that really won’t stop us from obsessing over it in a meantime. 

Now that a uncover has changed past a storylines published in George R. R. Martin’s array of novels and we’re entering a home widen everybody endangered is being even some-more sly than common — though a expel and creators have common a few juicy tidbits for us to gnaw on before a Season 7 premiere rolls around.

Here’s what we know about Season 7 so far:

The uncover won’t lapse until this summer.

Usually, Game of Thrones debuts in April, usually in time to confuse us as a promote shows start airing their deteriorate finales. But this time around, HBO has pushed a premiere date behind to summer, with a specific timeslot nonetheless to be announced. This is mostly to accommodate a after prolongation report for Season 7, that started filming a few months after than it routinely does because… 

Winter is here.

As Sansa Stark celebrated during a finish of Season 6, Ned’s warnings have finally come true, and winter is retaining Westeros for a initial time in decades. Because of this, a uncover shifted a prolongation schedule in sequence to wait for a continue conditions in a filming locations (primarily Ireland, Spain, Croatia and Iceland) to get a small chillier. 

“Now that winter has arrived on Game of Thrones, executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss felt that a storylines of a subsequent deteriorate would be improved served by starting prolongation a small after than usual, when a continue is changing,” explained Casey Bloys, boss of HBO programming, in a statement. 

The deteriorate is shorter, though usually as intense.

Much to a dismay, Season 7 of Game of Thrones is usually 7 episodes prolonged instead of a common 10, mostly since showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss know how most story they have left to tell and they don’t intend to widen it out unnecessarily (even if we’d like them to). 

“I consider we’re down to a final 13 episodes after this season. We’re streamer into a final lap,” Benioff told Variety following Season 6. 

“From flattering tighten to a beginning, we talked about doing this in 70-75 hours, and that’s what we’ll finish adult with. Call it 73 for now,” he after told Deadline.

Current skeleton are for Game of Thrones to finish after Season 8, which, if we do a math on that 73 hours estimate, would leave 6 episodes for a show’s final season. 

What do we mean, Season 8 is usually 6 episodes?!

“What do we mean, Season 8 is usually 6 episodes?!”

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But rest assured, a producers are cramming as most movement as probable into a shortened season. “I’m usually in astonishment of how everybody’s handling to fit as most as there is into 7 episodes, since it doesn’t indispensably feel like a normal season, it feels bigger,” Jacob Anderson (Grey Worm) recently told Mashable.

“It’s gonna be a crazy season. It’s really going to blow a lot of people’s minds,” combined Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy). “It’s still a same using theme; characters that haven’t crossed any other’s paths before will do, and they’re gonna take it even serve this time. People have loyalties that they have to examine.”

All your favorites are behind (perhaps even some-more than you’re expecting).

Game of Thrones positively racked adult a physique count in Season 6, though we still have Arya, Sansa, Jon, Bran, Tyrion, Cersei, Jaime, Daenerys, Theon (and his most some-more overwhelming sister, Yara), Littlefinger and their several supporters still on a house for a final conflict between a houses. 

Currently, Cersei is sitting flattering on a Iron Throne (and Jaime seemed understandably endangered about it in a Season 6 finale), though with Daenerys streamer to Westeros with an army of Unsullied and an fondness with Tyrion and a Greyjoys, and a Northerners rallying around Jon Snow (nee Starkgaryen) as a King in a North, it’s transparent we’re about to have a rumble. And that’s not even counting a White Walkers and whatever a Sand Snakes are plotting with Lady Olenna Tyrell and Varys over in Dorne. 

This can't finish well.

This can’t finish well.

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Everyone who survived final deteriorate is approaching to be behind though there have also been some cast members speckled in Belfast whom we haven’t seen in a while, such as Joe Dempsie’s Gendry, one of a many illegitimate sons of Robert Baratheon, who was final seen rowing divided from Dragonstone to tools different in Season 3. 

As Alfie Allen observed, some-more characters will be channel paths as a storylines intersect in Season 7, that might meant we could be in for some prolonged overdue reunions too — maybe between Bran and Arya and their siblings? 

Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth) also hinted during what we’ve prolonged suspected — that a encroaching hazard of a White Walkers will assistance move many of these warring factions together for a final showdown between a vital and a dead.

“The swell of a uncover with a White Walkers and all that stuff, it’s flattering apparent nobody’s going to be means to take this force on on their own,” Cunningham recently told IGN. “So when we’ve had all these, for all these seasons, manifold stories come from manifold ends of Westeros — and it’s been signaled from a finish of final deteriorate — that there’s a lot of people and situations going to be entrance together. It was kind of engaging to accommodate some people who we routinely usually accommodate on a red carpet. Who that is and when that happens stays to be seen.”

We’ll also accommodate some new faces…

The usually central square of casting news that HBO has reliable so apart is that Jim Broadbent will play a “significant” poser role in Season 7. 

UFC boss Dana White also seemed to confirm that champion Conor McGregor would make a cameo in a new season, though McGregor after discharged a rumor and HBO declined to criticism on it, so symbol that one in a maybe mainstay for now. 

…And a new director.

Matt Shakman — best famous for his work directing It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (a uncover that depends Benioff and Weiss among a many fans) — will make his Game of Thrones directorial entrance in Season 7, along with maestro helmers Alan Taylor, Jeremy Podeswa and Mark Mylod. 



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Emmy-winning dress engineer Michele Clapton is also back on house for “Season 7 and beyond,” according to Benioff and Weiss, after holding a brief tarry from a uncover during Season 6, returning usually in time for a finale, for that she designed Cersei’s crowd-pleasing peaked dress as a opportunistic Lannister took a Iron Throne. 

We’ve already seen a glance of it.

The show’s lapse is still a apart dream, though we’ve indeed already seen footage from Game of Thrones Season 7 — HBO offering a split-second demeanour during a new deteriorate in a preview of 2017. 

The finish is nigh.

The uncover has nonetheless to be strictly renewed over Season 7, though HBO is really operative underneath a arrogance that Season 8 will be Game of Thrones‘ last, no matter how many episodes we eventually get. 

But that doesn’t meant we’ve seen a final of Westeros forever. During a Television Critics’ Association winter press debate in January, Bloys told reporters that HBO is exploring a thought of a prequel or spinoff series once Game of Thrones is over.

“It’s such a large skill we would be ridiculous not to try it, though it’s a flattering high bar,” Bloys said. “We’ll take some shots during it. I’m not going to do it usually to do it. It has to feel really special. we would rather have no supplement and leave it as-is afterwards have something we rushed out.”

But let’s not get forward of ourselves; we still have dual seasons left to suffer before we have to contend goodbye to a Starks, Targaryens, Lannisters and their cohorts. 

To waves we over until summer, check out a 9 predictions for Game of Thrones Season 7 and some of the best fan theories we’ve detected on a web. 

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