Game Of Thrones Season 7 Is Set To Release On July 16

  • Mar 12, 2017 11:49 AM EDT

The epic HBO TV Drama series "Game Of Thrones" is set to come back for Season 7 on July 16. As announced by HBO on Thursday with an unusual Facebook Live post showing literally melting of ice blocks. On the same date, a thrilling Season 7 teaser was released by HBO, which is said to be the second last of the fantasy saga.

According to the Times Union, the series based on novels by George R.R. Martin will contain a total of seven episodes, instead of 10 as seen in the last six seasons. Apart from that, this new season is stated to release in summer, rather than the spring and winter as opposed to the earlier ones. The reason behind it is may be because the winter has already arrived in the Seven Kingdoms and of course due to the scheduling requirement of the show.

Much of the cast will be returning, including Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) and Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), all will continue their life they left in the last season. As reported by The Express, after a year-long wait, fans are super delighted that they don't have to wait much further for their favorite TV series.

The teaser certainly increased the excitement among the fans, which features the voice of every living character (only a few of them are alive now) including their house emblems. But it was mostly pleased to hear the voice of Jon Snow stating, "There is only one war that matters - The Great War. And here it is," giving a fair idea of the inevitable fight between the humans and the Whitewalkers.

Speculation by NDTV News only strengthens the idea that the teaser could surely mean the collapse of the Wall, keeping the Seven Kingdoms safe from the deadly neighbors. The answer is just around the corner and fans only need to wait for July 16, to see the epic battle.

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