Published September 27, 2017
The battle to rule Westeros continues on Sunday night, when HBO’s megahit fantasy series “Game of Thrones” returns for its seventh season. Dying to watch the premiere? Fox News has everything you need to know.
When does “Game of Thrones” premiere?
“Episodes will be available on HBO GO on Sunday evenings at approximately 9:00pm Eastern (6:00pm Pacific),” the network's website says.
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What do we know about this season?
The new season is slated to include just seven episodes. The season premiere is titled “Dragonstone” and is 59 minutes long.
“Jon Snow organizes the defense of the North,” the episode description says online. “Cersei tries to even the odds. Samwell discovers crucial information. Daenerys comes home.”
The second and third episodes for this season will be called “Stormborn” and “The Queen’s Justice.” They will air July 23 and July 30, respectively.
How many seasons are left?
Just one more, “Game of Thrones” fans. There are going to be six episodes in its eighth season, Entertainment Weekly reported in May.