‘Game of Thrones’ season 7 trailer full of darkness, gloom

Written by Kamil Arli

Game of Thrones Season 7: Long Walk – Official Promo (HBO)

New ‘Game Of Thrones’ teaser gives fans a taste of what’s to come, according to the Forbes.

Game of Thrones is the No. 1 show in HBO history and fans cannot wait for the seventh season to begin in July. Last season, the show had an average of 25.7 million viewers across all platforms per weekly episode.  

To keep the millions of fans satiated, HBO decided to give them a little taste of what’s to come with the new teaser trailer entitled Long Walk, set to the song Sit Down by James.  

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With only 13 episodes to go until the series ends (the upcoming season will consist of seven episodes and the final eighth season will have six) fans are chomping at the bit to find out who will end up ruling all Seven Kingdoms. Clues can be found in each frame of footage in the 92 second teaser, which got nearly 4.5 million views its first day online.   

  Iron Throne each take a seat at their respective thrones

In the teaser, the top three rivals for the Iron Throne each take a seat at their respective thrones: Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) is at the Red Keep, Jon Snow (Kit Harington) is at the Great Hall of Winterfell and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) is at Dragonstone. And, the ominous Night King, head of the White Walkers, isn’t too far behind.  

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Set leaks showing a scene with the Mother of Dragons and Jon Snow popped up all over the internet last year, leaving fans wondering if the two will finally meet this season. There was also a theory floating around that HBO leaked these images purposely to throw fans off.  

 Game of Thrones is based on the series of epic fantasy books

The nearly 5 million Twitter followers of the show can follow #GOTs7 for the latest updates.  

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Game of Thrones is based on the series of epic fantasy books A Song of Ice and Fire written by novelist and screenwriter George R.R. Martin.  

Game of Thrones Season 7 premieres Sunday, July 16.

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