Game of Thrones is finally coming to its glorious end and although, people (and by people I mean the never-happy fans) might argue that this season was full of unsatisfying moments, from killing important characters like Blackfish without any respect to the story he had to almost entirely ruining a season worth of story-line with Arya’s departure from Bravos but to be honest this season progressed the story with an unmatched pace, something not many people predicted at the start of the show.
Jon Snow came back from the dead, Arya has a clear head and is preparing to return to her family where Sansa is waiting for her, Bran has travelled back in time, we finally know about Hodor, Daenerys has survived another walk through fire and killed another Khal, Ramsay Bolton got what he deserved and Sansa is stronger than ever. As the action-packed sixth season of the HBO series Game of Thrones draws to a close, questions remain. The season finale episode, titled The Winds of Winter, will clock 69 minutes.
What the premiere for the final episode covers: Cersei Lannister’s trial, Daenerys’s journey to Mereen, where she will be aided by Lord Varys, and the fates of the Tyrells and the Greyjoys.
Bronn and Jaime Lannister in ‘The Winds of Winter’.
Lancel Lannister, Loras Tyrell and The High Sparrow in ‘The Winds of Winter’.
Walder Frey in ‘The Winds of Winter’.
Ser Davos in ‘The Winds of Winter’.
Daenerys Targaryen and Tyrion Lannister in ‘The Winds of Winter’.
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