Published: Sun, March 12, 2017
Life&Culture | By Ted Wilson

Season 7 of Game of Thrones to premiere on July 16

Season 7 of Game of Thrones to premiere on July 16

More than 100,000 fans tuned in to watch the event, but it was plagued with stops and starts and apparent technical problems. The information was announced in a dramatic way through a Facebook Live video.

GAME Of Thrones has been hailed as one of the most ideal shows ever created - but even they struggled with 21st century technology when a Facebook live event cut out. The network set up a block of ice with an object in it that supposedly concealed the premiere date. One of them being the alliance of Daenerys and Jon Snow.

After being pushed back from its usual April launch, this will mark the show's penultimate series.

There has been a lot of talk about winter coming through the first six seasons.

'[Season 7 has] so much more ambition, ' began the United Kingdom native, it's going to be 'much grander'.

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Meanwhile, there's still a seventh season to get through, and that subject has consumed fans, who devour every cast member interview for clues, including a recent interview with Jim Broadbent, who months ago was confirmed as a seventh-season regular.

'There are less episodes this year, so they spent more money on those episodes.

Emilia Clarke previously teased "another battle that's epic" and Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark, revealed on Twitter previous year that "nothing would prepare" fans for the upcoming season and added that "s*** gets REAL" after reading the script.

At this point, HBO could post a video of ice melting and I'd watch it with bated breath. It has to go into places TV hasn't been'.

After the confusion, the show eventually released a teaser trailer revealing that the show will return on July 16.

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