The new trailer for the seventh season of Game Of Thrones was released yesterday. Featuring a whole lot of people who haven’t died (and some who have), the trailer might just be our final preview before the series hits on July 17. (It’s also apparently the most-watched TV trailer over 24 hours.)
And just like previous seasons, the episodes will air at the same time as the US – starting at 9am, July 17. It’ll air on HBO (StarHub TV Ch 601), as well as stream on HBO on StarHub Go and HBO On Demand, so you know where to look! If you’re at work at 9am, there’ll be an encore telecast at 9pm for you non-streamers.
For season seven, actors Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Aidan Gillen, Kit Harington, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams all return. No word if they’ll make it to season 8.
If you haven’t heard, the seventh season of Game Of Thrones will have only seven episodes, as the series heads towards its end. It has just been confirmed that the final season, season 8, will come with just six episodes. So yes, a baker’s dozen worth of episodes stand between us and the end of one of the best TV series yet. That is, until those spin offs.
And don’t forget, Game Of Thrones: A Pencil Microsculpture Exhibition is on till June 4.