While Jon and Arya seem to be fan picks, a lot of evidence suggests Tyrion will be the one to kill her.
Everyone’s talking about who will kill Daenerys, now known as the Mad Queen, but there’s no way they can kill her without taking down Drogon first.
Daenerys and her army storm King’s Landing, while Cersei must decide whether to stand against her enemies or run. The final villain is revealed.
The first look at the documentary was released on Monday, and we’re pretty sure it’s going to be even more emotional than the show itself.
While many dubbed Cersei Lannister the Mad Queen after the Season 6 finale, she’s managed to manipulate the Mother of Dragons into becoming eerily similar to her father.
The survivors of the Battle Of Winterfell mourn the fallen and celebrate their victory while plotting their next move. Cersei has a surprise for the Mother of Dragons.
The army of the dead arrive at Winterfell. Bran awaits the Night King in the Godswood. The North receives an unexpected but welcome visitor.
Something ‘twisted’ is coming, according to Jon Snow!
We’ve collected a list of characters most likely to fulfill this prophecy, and you may be surprised at some of the names!
With only a few episodes left, this prophecy will undoubtedly soon be fulfilled! Here’s what you need to know about it. Season 7 spoilers ahead!
Things are looking incredibly dire at Winterfell.
Everyone in Winterfell decides how to spend their final hours before the army of the dead arrive. Jaime awaits his fate. Jon reveals his secret. Spoilers ahead.
This is TOO MUCH. 😭😭
Jenny Of Oldstones is filled with a melancholy sense of finality, that reminds us how devastating this season will be.
While it was incredibly heartwarming, there’s a lot of subtext here. Spoilers ahead.
Daenerys and her army arrive in the North, but their welcome is certainly not warm. Meanwhile, Cersei and Euron further their alliance. Jon receives surprising news. Spoilers ahead.
It may not be what we expected, but that doesn’t make this season premiere any less incredible. Spoilers ahead.
This is going to make a lot of Thrones fans very happy.
This opening scene directly mirrors a scene from the Season 1 premiere, and we were not ready for these emotions.
You know what they say…the devil’s in the details!
This is the first time in the history of the series they have ever changed this sequence!
He may have the best claim to the throne of Westeros, but claim isn’t everything.
This officially marks the beginning of the end.
Apparently the answers we seek are in this playlist…but where!?
Believe it or not, there’s only one episode from Season 5 on this list! And it’s not the finale!
She plays an armored warrior in the show, but she was a fiery Queen on the red carpet😍
And they are all serving major looks!😍😍😍
Things are looking very, very grim for the Starks 😲😲😲
Better make sure your therapist is on call.
Tears are coming.
They kept saying the killer could never be a woman. They were right. It was two.
‘Falling’ finally reveals the killer in Wind Gap. But it may not be the killer we thought.
A discovery at the Preaker farm may lead to the first arrest. Amma drags Camille to a party.
Tensions run high as the town gathers for an annual festival. Adora confirms Camille’s worst fears.
Camille and Richard grow closer as they investigate together. Shocking details about Amma are revealed.
Camille visits some of the suspects while Amma spins out of control. We learn about Camille’s painful past.
Camille and her mother attend Natalie’s funeral. Camille learns more about how she was kidnapped.
An adaptation of the novel by Gillian Flynn, author of Gone Girl, this star-studded thriller will have you looking over your shoulder in fear.
Jon and Dany have the potential to be the strongest couple in the Seven Kingdoms, but Jon’s parentage might get in the way.
After an entire season of tension between the Stark sisters, Sansa and Arya refuse to be manipulated any longer.
Epic battles, brutal character deaths, and a crazy cliffhanger. This episode encompasses everything we love about Thrones.
Cersei reveals a secret, Littlefinger pulls strings, and Jon plans an expedition beyond the Wall.
Jaime is often referred to as the “stupidest” Lannister, and after tonight’s episode…yeah, we see why.
There’s a lot of history between these two characters, and it all has to do with Jorah’s father, the former Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch.
Melisandre hints at two massive character deaths. The King in the North and the Mother of Dragons attempt to trust each other.
Jon receives an invitation. Cersei gains a dangerous weapon. Euron’s fleet attacks.
Daenerys returns home. Cersei seeks a new alliance. Sam breaks the rules.
The Mother of Dragons comes home, Cersei reigns, and Jon starts to plan the North’s defense against the White Walkers.