The seventh season of ‘Game of Thrones’ consisted of 7 episodes instead of the usual 10, but was still no less rich and entertaining. Spectators watched as Queen Cersei entered into new alliances, saving Lannisters’ influence, as House Stark was rebuilt in the North, Daenerys reached the Dragonstone with her army, and Jon Snow set out to raise an army for a war with the White Walkers — some fans are convinced that this season is the one where ice and fire finally meet.
The seventh episode, the title of which is still unknown, will not only be the longest in the history of the show — 77 minutes — but, as director Jeremy Podeswa promised, will rival ‘Battle of the Bastards’ and ‘The Winds of Winter’ for being grandiose and talked-about. HBO is continuing to film the still-incomplete series by George R.R. Martin, and the ending promises to be unexpected for everyone, indeed.
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