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The seventh season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones premiered on HBO on July 16, 2017, and is scheduled to conclude six weeks later on August 27, 2017. Unlike previous seasons that consisted of ten episodes each, the seventh season consists of only seven. Like the previous season, it largely consists of original content not found in George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, and also adapts material Martin revealed to showrunners about the upcoming novels in the series. The series is adapted for television by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss.
HBO ordered the seventh season on April 21, 2016, three days before the premiere of the show's sixth season, and began filming on August 31, 2016. The season was filmed primarily in Northern Ireland, Spain, and Iceland.
Game of Thrones features a large ensemble cast, including Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, and Kit Harington. The season introduces several new cast members, including Jim Broadbent and Tom Hopper.
- 1 Episodes
- 2 Cast
- 2.1 Main cast
- 2.2 Guest cast
- 3 Production
- 3.1 Crew
- 3.2 Writing
- 3.3 Filming
- 3.4 Casting
- 3.5 Episodes
- 3.6 Promotion
- 3.7 Music
- 4 Reception
- 4.1 Critical reception
- 4.2 Ratings
- 5 References
- 6 External links
Episodes See also: List of Game of Thrones episodes No.
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season Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions) 61 1 "Dragonstone" Jeremy Podeswa David Benioff & D. B. Weiss July 16, 2017 (2017-07-16) 10.1 At the Twins, Arya poisons all the Frey bannermen to their deaths. The White Walkers march towards the Wall, where Tollett allows Bran and Meera inside. At Winterfell, despite Sansa's disapproval, Jon secures the loyalties of Houses Umber and Karstark, who fought alongside Ramsay in the Battle of the Bastards. At the Citadel, Samwell steals books about dragonglass and learns of a large reservoir in Dragonstone, deciding to write to Jon. Later, Samwell finds Jorah in a cell. In the Riverlands, she meets a group of friendly Lannister soldiers, who take her intention to kill Cersei as a joke. Thoros shows Sandor the vision in fire. The latter begins believing in the Lord of Light. In King's Landing, Jaime tells Cersei of the crucial need of allies. She welcomes Euron, who proposes marriage to her in exchange for his Iron Fleet and a chance to kill Theon and Yara. Cersei declines due to mistrust, with Euron promising to return with a suitable "gift". At Dragonstone, the home of House Targaryen left unoccupied by Stannis, Daenerys arrives with her army and dragons. 62 2 "Stormborn" Mark Mylod Bryan Cogman July 23, 2017 (2017-07-23) TBD 63 3 "The Queen's Justice" Mark Mylod David Benioff & D. B. Weiss July 30, 2017 (2017-07-30) TBD 64 4 TBA Matt Shakman TBA August 6, 2017 (2017-08-06) TBD 65 5 TBA Matt Shakman TBA August 13, 2017 (2017-08-13) TBD 66 6 TBA Alan Taylor TBA August 20, 2017 (2017-08-20) TBD 67 7 TBA Jeremy Podeswa TBA August 27, 2017 (2017-08-27) TBD Cast See also: List of Game of Thrones characters Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister) Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
(Jaime Lannister) Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) Kit Harington (Jon Snow) Main cast
- Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister
- Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Jaime Lannister
- Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister
- Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen
- Kit Harington as Jon Snow
- Aidan Gillen as Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish
- Liam Cunningham as Davos Seaworth
- Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark
- Maisie Williams as Arya Stark
- Nathalie Emmanuel as Missandei
- Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth
- Conleth Hill as Varys
- John Bradley as Samwell Tarly
- Isaac Hempstead Wright as Bran Stark
- Kristofer Hivju as Tormund Giantsbane
- Rory McCann as Sandor "The Hound" Clegane
- Iain Glen as Jorah Mormont
- Indira Varma as Ellaria Sand
- Carice van Houten as Melisandre
- Alfie Allen as Theon Greyjoy
- Jerome Flynn as Bronn
- Hannah Murray as Gilly
- Joe Dempsie as Gendry
The recurring actors listed here are those who appeared in season 7. They are listed by the region in which they first appear.
- In the North, including the Wall
- Richard Dormer as Beric Dondarrion
- Paul Kaye as Thoros of Myr
- Ben Crompton as Eddison Tollett
- Ellie Kendrick as Meera Reed
- Bella Ramsey as Lyanna Mormont
- Tim McInnerny as Robett Glover
- Megan Parkinson as Alys Karstark
- Daniel Portman as Podrick Payne
- Richard Rycroft as Maester Wolkan
- Rupert Vansittart as Yohn Royce
- Beyond the Wall
- Vladimir Furdik as the Night King
- In the Riverlands
- David Bradley as Walder Frey
- Ed Sheeran as Lannister soldier
- In King's Landing
- Pilou Asbæk as Euron Greyjoy
- Anton Lesser as Qyburn
- Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson as Gregor Clegane
- In Oldtown
- Jim Broadbent as Archmaester Marwyn
- At Dragonstone
- Jacob Anderson as Grey Worm
- Yet to appear
- Diana Rigg as Olenna Tyrell
- Mark Gatiss as Tycho Nestoris
- Josephine Gillan as Marei
- Jessica Henwick as Nymeria Sand
- Tom Hopper as Dickon Tarly
- Rosabell Laurenti Sellers as Tyene Sand
- Gemma Whelan as Yara Greyjoy
Series creators and executive producers David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as showrunners for the seventh season. The directors for the seventh season are Jeremy Podeswa (episodes 1 and 7), Mark Mylod (episodes 2 and 3), Matt Shakman (episodes 4 and 5) and Alan Taylor (episode 6). This marks Taylor's return to the series after an absence since the second season. Shakman is a first-time Game of Thrones director, with the rest each having directed multiple episodes in previous seasons. Michele Clapton returned to the show as costume designer, after spending some time away from the show in the sixth season. She previously worked on the show for the first five seasons, as well as the end of the sixth season.
Depending upon the release of George R. R. Martin's forthcoming The Winds of Winter, the seventh season may comprise original material not found, or not yet found, in the A Song of Ice and Fire series. In June 2016, Martin wrote on his blog that he had met with publishers, editors and HBO, while in New York City. According to previous reports, some of the show's sixth season had consisted of material revealed to the writers of the television series during discussions with Martin.
Filming The shores of Gaztelugatxe were used as a location for filming Season 7.
Filming began on August 31, 2016, at Titanic Studios in Belfast, and ended in February 2017. In an interview with the showrunners, it was announced that the filming of the seventh season would be delayed until later in the year due to necessary weather conditions for filming. The showrunners stated "We're starting a bit later because, you know, at the end of this season, winter is here, and that means that sunny weather doesn't really serve our purposes any more. We kind of pushed everything down the line so we could get some grim, gray weather even in the sunnier places that we shoot."
Girona, Spain did not return as one of the filming locations. Girona stood in for Braavos and parts of King's Landing. It was later announced that the seventh season would film in Northern Ireland, Spain and Iceland, with filming in Northern Ireland beginning in August 2016. The series filmed in the Spanish cities Seville, Cáceres, Almodóvar del Río, Santiponce, Zumaia and Bermeo. Spanish sources announced that the series would be filming the seventh season on Muriola Beach in Barrika, Las Atarazanas, the Royal Dockyards of Seville and at the shores of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, an islet belonging to the city of Bermeo. The series returned to film at The Dark Hedges in Stranocum, which was previously used as the Kingsroad in the second season. Some scenes were filmed in Iceland. Filming also occurred in Dubrovnik, Croatia, which is used for location of King's Landing.
Deadline reported on June 21, 2016, that the five main cast members, Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, and Kit Harington had been in contract negotiations for the final two seasons. It was reported that the cast members have increased their salary to $500,000 per episode for the seventh and eighth season. It was later reported that the actors had gone through a renegotiation, for which they had increased their salary to $1.1 million per episode for the last two seasons. On April 25, 2017, it was reported by Daily Express that the actors' new salary made them each earn £2million per episode.
On August 31, 2016, Entertainment Weekly reported that Jim Broadbent had been cast for the seventh season in a "significant" role. It was announced that the role of Dickon Tarly has been recast, with Tom Hopper replacing Freddie Stroma, who had previously played the role in "Blood of My Blood". The seventh season sees the return of Mark Gatiss as Tycho Nestoris, who did not appear in the sixth season. After some speculation, UFC President Dana White announced that Conor McGregor would appear in a cameo role in the seventh season. However, in January 2017, McGregor confirmed it was a rumor. Members of the British indie pop band Bastille were reported to have filmed cameo appearances. British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran also makes a cameo appearance in the season. Guitarist/vocalist of American heavy metal band Mastodon, Brent Hinds, has also revealed he would have a cameo appearance. This is Hinds' second cameo in the series, following his appearance (along with bandmates Brann Dailor and Bill Kelliher) in the fifth season.
On April 21, 2016, HBO officially ordered the seventh season of Game of Thrones, just three days prior to the premiere of the show's sixth season. According to an interview with co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, the seventh season would likely consist of fewer episodes, stating at the time of the interview that they were "down to our final 13 episodes after this season. We're heading into the final lap." Director Jack Bender, who worked on the show's sixth season, said that the seventh season would consist of seven episodes. Benioff and Weiss stated that they were unable to produce 10 episodes in the show's usual 12 to 14 month time frame, as Weiss said "It's crossing out of a television schedule into more of a mid-range movie schedule." HBO confirmed on July 18, 2016, that the seventh season would consist of seven episodes, and would premiere later than usual in mid-2017 because of the later filming schedule. Later it was confirmed that the season would debut on July 16. According to a report by Entertainment Weekly, the seventh season of the series includes its longest episode of 81 minutes. The penultimate episode also runs for 71 minutes – around 16 minutes longer than an average Game of Thrones episode. The first five episodes mostly run longer than average (55 minutes), at 59, 59, 63, 50, and 59 minutes respectively. The previous longest episode in the series was the sixth season finale, "The Winds of Winter", which ran 69 minutes.
On July 23, 2016, a teaser production trailer was released by HBO at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con. The trailer mostly consisted of voice overs, and shots of crew members creating sets and props. The first footage from the season was revealed in a new promotional video released by HBO highlighting its new and returning original shows for the coming year on November 28, 2016, showcasing Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Arya Stark.
On March 1, 2017, HBO and Game of Thrones teamed up with Major League Baseball (MLB) for a cross-promotional partnership. At least 19 individual teams participate with this promotion. On March 8, 2017, HBO released the first promotional poster for the season ahead of the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas, which teases the battle of "ice vs. fire". Showrunners Benioff and Weiss also spoke at the event, along with fellow cast members Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams.
On March 9, 2017, HBO hosted a live stream on the Game of Thrones Facebook page that revealed the premiere date for the seventh season as being July 16, 2017. It was accompanied by a teaser trailer. On March 30, 2017, the first official promo for the show was released, highlighting the thrones of Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow, and Cersei Lannister. On April 20, 2017, HBO released 15 official photos shot during the season. On May 22, 2017, HBO released several new photos from the new season. On May 23, 2017, HBO released the official posters featuring the Night King. The first official trailer for season 7 was released on May 24, 2017. The trailer set a world record for being the most viewed show trailer ever, being viewed 61 million times across digital platforms, in the first 24 hours. The second official trailer was released on June 21, 2017. The season premiere was screened at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles on July 12, 2017.
Ramin Djawadi returned as the composer of the show for the seventh season.
Reception Critical reception
On Rotten Tomatoes, the seventh season has a 97 percent approval rating from 20 critics with an average rating of 8.2 out of 10. The season also received a 100% episode average score on Rotten Tomatoes, the site's consensus reading "After a year-long wait, Game of Thrones roars back with powerful storytelling and a focused interest in its central characters -- particularly the female ones."
Game of Thrones (season 7): Critical reception by episode
- Season 7 (2016): Percentage of positive reviews tracked by the website Rotten Tomatoes
Ratings No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49) DVR viewers
(18–49) Total viewers
(millions) 1 "Dragonstone" July 16, 2017 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD 2 "Stormborn" July 23, 2017 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD 3 "The Queen's Justice" July 30, 2017 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
^1 Live +7 ratings were not available, so Live +3 ratings have been used instead.
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George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire
- A Game of Thrones (1996)
- A Clash of Kings (1998)
- A Storm of Swords (2000)
- A Feast for Crows (2005)
- A Dance with Dragons (2011)
- The Winds of Winter (TBA)
Franchise media Novellas
- Tales of Dunk and Egg (1998–2010)
- The Princess and the Queen (2013)
- The Rogue Prince (2014)
- The Sons of the Dragon (2017)
- "Game of Thrones Theme"
- "The Rains of Castamere"
- "The Bear and the Maiden Fair"
- "Light of the Seven"
- Catch the Throne
- Live Concert Experience
- Title sequence
- After the Thrones
- A Game of Thrones: Genesis
- Game of Thrones (2012)
- Game of Thrones Ascent
- Game of Thrones (2014)
- The World of Ice & Fire (2014)
- Board game
- Card game (Second edition)
- Comic book series
- Petyr Baelish
- Joffrey Baratheon
- Renly Baratheon
- Robert Baratheon
- Stannis Baratheon
- Tommen Baratheon
- Ramsay Bolton
- Roose Bolton
- Gregor Clegane
- Sandor Clegane
- Khal Drogo
- Tormund Giantsbane
- Theon Greyjoy
- Cersei Lannister
- Jaime Lannister
- Tyrion Lannister
- Tywin Lannister
- Oberyn Martell
- Jorah Mormont
- Daario Naharis
- Ellaria Sand
- Davos Seaworth
- Jon Snow
- High Sparrow
- Arya Stark
- Bran Stark
- Catelyn Stark
- Ned Stark
- Rickon Stark
- Robb Stark
- Sansa Stark
- Daenerys Targaryen
- Viserys Targaryen
- Samwell Tarly
- Brienne of Tarth
- Margaery Tyrell
- Olenna Tyrell
World Family trees
- House Lannister
- House Stark
- House Targaryen
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