The Game of Thrones season 7 fantasy drama television series is all set to be premiere from July 16, 2017, on HBO. Unlike the previous season consist 10 episodes, but the seventh season will be composed only seven episodes. During the past season, it mostly consisted of the original content not found in the George R. R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series, and it also adapts the material from upcoming sixth and the seventh novels.

HBO had ordered the seventh season on July 16, 2017, before the three days of the premiere of the show’s sixth season and began the filming on August 31, 2016.  The Game of Thrones features the large ensemble cast, including the NikolajCoster-Waiydu, Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage and Kit Harington. During this season the several new characters introduce including Jim Broadbent and Tom Hopper.

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On May 24, 2017, the trailer was discharged that gives watchers a much better taste of what season 7 involves.

Arrangement makers and official makers David Benioff and D. B. Weiss will fill in as showrunners for the seventh season. The executives for the seventh season are Jeremy Podeswa (scenes 1 and 7), Mark Mylod (stages 2 and 3), Matt Shakman (scenes 4 and 5) and Alan Taylor (scene 6). This denotes Taylor’s arrival to the arrangement following a nonattendance since the second season. Shakman is a first-time Game of Thrones executive, with the rest each having coordinated numerous scenes in past seasons. Michele Clapton will come back to the show as outfit creator, in the wake of investing some energy far from the show in the 6th season. She already chipped away at the show for the first five seasons and also the finish of the 6th season.

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Game of Thrones Season 7 Trailer

On March 9, 2017, HBO hosted a live stream on the Game of Thrones Facebook page that uncovered the debut date for the seventh season as being July 16, 2017. The trailer sets a world record for being the most seen show trailers perpetually, been seen 61 million times crosswise over advanced stages, in the initial 24 hours.

On April 21, 2016, HBO authoritatively requested the seventh season of Game of Thrones, only three days before the debut of the show’s 6th season. Director Jack Bender, who dealt with the show’s 6th season, said that the seventh season would comprise of seven scenes.

Season seven will continue the show’s tradition of featuring sex scenes of highlighting intimate moments. Be that as it may, this current one’s somewhat unique, as Daenerys’ assistant Missandei and the mutilated armed force officer Grey Worm will purportedly be getting together. How that will function stays to be seen.

Sky Atlantic and NOW TV will simulcast each scene week after week at 2 am from 17 July, trailed by a rehash at 9 pm that day.