It’s almost time for Game of Thrones season 7. We’ve rounded up everything you need to know about the new series, including the season 7 release date, trailers, spoilers, predictions and more. The Game Of Thrones Season 7 cast has been confirmed to include an actor to reprise as a character in the show that has died a brutal death in Season 6. HBO’s Emmy award-winning epic series is making more news now that “Winter Has Come” as the production of the show’s seventh season finally begins.
Game Of Thrones Season 7 Spoilers
In its most awaited debut this Summer, the Game Of Thrones Season 7 cast a familiar face as part of the short-but-heart thumping new season: David Bradley. It looks like Arya Stark could be reuniting with her dire wolf, Nymeria, in the upcoming season, if a report from fan site Watchers on the Wall is accurate. It seems actress Maisie Williams has been spotted in Calgary, Canada – a location used by the show for shooting real wolves against a green screen, before blowing them up in post-production to make them into dire wolves.
Game of Thrones generally airs around April each year, but the show’s creators say we won’t see the new season until mid-2017 (depressingly vague). That’s because the production efforts have increased to the point where it takes much longer to shoot an episode, increasing the production time frame to around 12-14 months.
GoT‘s return date was apparently leaked by IMDb – with a post suggesting June 25 as an air date for the premiere.
Imdb had briefly reporting the premiere date for season 7 as 25 June, but the listing has since been deleted. Unfortunately, there’s no telling whether or not IMDb had it right. After all, info posted on IMDb is similar to Wikipedia, in that it’s user-submitted. The fact that the date has been taken down is probably evidence that it was false.