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{{Warning|[[Season 7]] of the television series ''[[Game of Thrones]]'' is partially based on material originating from the unreleased sixth novel ''[[The Winds of Winter]]'' and potentially the unreleased seventh novel, ''[[A Dream of Spring]]''. As such, no synopsis for episodes will be made available on this page, in order to prevent spoilers.}}
 
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Season 7 of the television series Game of Thrones is partially based on material originating from the unreleased sixth novel The Winds of Winter and potentially the unreleased seventh novel, A Dream of Spring. As such, no synopsis for episodes will be made available on this page, in order to prevent spoilers.
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Season 7 of Game of Thrones is the seventh season of the series. The seventh season was officially announced in April, 2016.[1]

Unlike previous seasons, Season 7 will contain only seven episodes, as was officially announced by HBO in July, 2016.[2] In addition, filming will start in September, 2016[3] and continue until February, 2017,[4] with the summer of 2017 as officially confirmed air-date.[2] The weather has been cited as the reason that the seventh season is both filmed later and will be aired later,[2] as grim, gray weather is needed[5] due to the arrival of winter in the sixth season.

Production

Alan Taylor, Jeremy Podeswa, Mark Mylod and Matt Shakman have been announced as directors for the seventh season.[6]

Episodes

# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
1 "Dragonstone"[7] Jeremy Podeswa David Benioff & D.B. Weiss July 16, 2017 10.11[8]
2 "Stormborn"[7] Mark Mylod Bryan Cogman July 23, 2017 9.27[9]
3 "The Queen's Justice"[7] Mark Mylod David Benioff & D. B. Weiss July 30, 2017 9.25[10]
4 "The Spoils of War"[11] Matt Shakman[12] David Benioff & D. B. Weiss August 6, 2017 TBA
5 "Eastwatch"[13] Matt Shakman[12] TBA TBA TBA
6 TBA Alan Taylor[12] TBA TBA TBA
7 TBA Jeremy Podeswa[12] TBA TBA TBA

References