Game of Thrones Episode 707—”The Dragon and the Wolf”—Preview


I can’t believe we’re already arrived at the final episode of Game of Thrones season 7? Can you believe we’ve already arrived at the final episode of Game of Thrones season 7? We’ve arrived at the final episode of Game of Thrones season 7.

It’s called “The Dragon and the Wolf.” The trailer is atypical for this show. Quiet and measured, it sets a foreboding tone.

It looks like the main event will be a huge meeting between Team Jon, Team Daenerys, and Team Cersei at the Dragonpit in King’s Landing. Although weirdly enough, Dany herself is nowhere to be seen in the trailer, although it’s good to see Grey Worm is still in fighting shape. She’s also absent from the official pictures of the meeting:

Why hide the Mother of Dragons, HBO? What game are you playing?

  • Start Time: August 27, 2017, 9 p.m. EST
  • TV Info: HBO
  • Episode: Season 7, Episode 7, “The Dragon and the Wolf”
  • Writers: David Benioff & D. B. Weiss
  • Director: Jeremy Podeswa
  • Run time: 79 minutes

At 79 freaking minutes, “The Dragon and the Wolf” is easily the longest episode of the show to date. It’s basically a short movie. But with everything it has to do, it may not have a minute to spare. In addition to the big meeting in the Dragonpit, we’ll also catch up with the Stark kids (plus creepy hangers on) at Winterfell…

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…dive into the twisted world of Jaime and Cersei…

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…and find out what Theon’s been up to for the past couple of episodes.

There’ll be at least one scene with Jon on Dragonstone, too.

Just gonna throw this out there: why isn’t Daenerys in the trailer or the images?

Jeremy Podeswa, the guy behind Jon Snow’s resurrection last year, will be directing. Here we go.

Next: We break down the trailer for the season 7 finale, shot by shot

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