Another winter will have come and gone before Game of Thrones fans feel the Winds. Series author George R.R. Martin has confirmed readers’ worst fears – the Song of Ice and Fire’s long-awaited sixth novel won’t hit shelves until at least 2019.
If you thought Cersei had it too easy in Game of Thrones Season 7, the final episodes may deliver the comeuppance you seek. New filming reports suggest an actor’s return that may have dire consequences for Cersei, as well as a very chilly relocation.
Well, if there wasn’t too concern with HBO’s recent hack leaking material early before, there is now. Reports indicate Game of Thrones Season 7’s fourth episode, “The Spoils of War,” has officially made its way online.
There’s been some back and forth on Game of Thrones Season 7 having longer runtimes than previous years, but the full episode breakdown brings good news. Season 7 may have been hacked down to seven episodes, but at least two of them will be the series’ longest outings to date.
We were all especially hungry for Game of Thrones after its spring delay, and doubly-so by the time HBO released the Season 7 trailer. So much so, in fact, that this week’s Season 7 footage racked up 61 million views in a day, believed to break TV’s record.