Whilst HBO’s Game of Thrones usually arrives in April, this year is a little different. Given that Winter is no longer coming – it’s here! – that meant that the dark and gloomy nights needed to shoot the upcoming Season 7 saw filming of this new season delayed a tad. As such, the premiere date itself has been delayed, although now we’ve finally seen an announcement on just when Thrones will be returning to the small screen.
HBO has moved to officially confirm Season 7’s premiere date as July 16th, and the network even released a brief teaser video to whet fans’ appetites. If you remember rightly, this new season will be a shorter one that we’re used to, with Season 7 and 8 both being only seven episodes rather than the usual ten. After that, this beloved genre series will come to an end.
In this new season, it seems as if all-out war is the order of the day. Emilia Clarke’s Daenerys, her dragons and her army are on their way to Westeros, which is now finally being ruled by Lena Headey’s Cersei. Elsewhere, the Night King’s army is heading south, with a brutal battle to play out.SHARE YOUR COMMENTS BELOW OR ON TWITTER @STARBURST_MAG
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