Game of Thrones: Season 7 (2017)

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Season 7
Game of Thrones

Critics Consensus

After a year-long wait, Game of Thrones roars back with powerful storytelling and a focused interest in its central characters -- particularly the female ones.

93%

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Critic Ratings: 51

84%

Audience Score

User Ratings: 4234
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Episodes

1
Air date: Jul 16, 2017
2
Air date: Jul 23, 2017
3
Air date: Jul 30, 2017
4
Air date: Aug 6, 2017
5
Air date: Aug 13, 2017
6
Air date: Aug 20, 2017
7
Air date: Aug 27, 2017

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Tv Season Info

While Jon refuses to bend the knee to Dany, he agrees to relinquish his King In The North if she helps him fight the threat in the north. Cersei, Tyrion, Jon, Daenerys, Jorah, Varys, Missandei, Qyburn, Euron Greyjoy, The Mountain and The Hound come together at the Dragon Pit in King's landing, where Jon has brought a living wight to unite the seven kingdoms against the Night's King.

Cast

Peter Dinklage
as Tyrion Lannister
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
as Jaime Lannister
Lena Headey
as Cersei Lannister
Emilia Clarke
as Daenerys Targaryen
Aidan Gillen
as Petyr Baelish
Jim Broadbent
as Archmaester Ebrose
Sophie Turner
as Sansa Stark
Alfie Allen
as Theon Greyjoy
John Bradley
as Samwell Tarly
Liam Cunningham
as Davos Seaworth
Diana Rigg
as Lady Olenna Tyrell
Iain Glen
as Jorah Mormont
Kristofer Hivju
as Tormund Giantsbane
Rory McCann
as Sandor "The Hound" Clegane
Richard Dormer
as Beric Dondarrion
Richard Rycroft
as Maester Wolkan
Pilou Asbæk
as Euron Greyjoy
James Faulkner
as Randyll Tarly
Tom Hopper
as Dickon Tarly
Gemma Whelan
as Yara Greyjoy
Indira Varma
as Ellaria Sand
Paul Kaye
as Thoros of Myr
Ellie Kendrick
as Meera Reed
Daniel Portman
as Podrick Payne
Mark Gatiss
as Tycho Nestoris
Tim McInnerny
as Robett Glover
Bella Ramsey
as Lyanna Mormont
Neil Fingleton
as Giant Wight
Ian Whyte
as Giant Wight
Megan Parkinson
as Alys Karstark
Harry Grasby
as Ned Umber
Noah Syndergaard
as Lannister soldier
Joseph Mawle
as Benjen Start
David Bradley
as Walder Frey
Vladimir Furdik
as The Night King
Aisling Franciosi
as Lyanna Stark
Robert Aramayo
as Young Ned Stark
Kevin Eldon
as Goldcloak
Wilf Scolding
as Rhaegar Targaryen
Ben Crompton
as Eddison Tollett
Jessica Henwick
as Nymeria Sand
Julian Firth
as Archmaester Sandhu
Philip O'Sullivan
as Archmaester
Ben Hawkey
as Hot Pie
Adam Slynn
as Lannister soldier
Sara Dylan
as Bernadette
Ben Fox
as Inn Customer
Ben Fox
as Inn Customer
Mark Roper
as Inn Customer
Lucy Hayes
as Kitty Frey
Ed Sheeran
as Lannister Soldier
Thomas Turgoose
as Lannister Soldier
William Postlethwaite
as Lannister Soldier
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News & Interviews for Game of Thrones: Season 7

Critic Reviews for Game of Thrones Season 7

All Critics (51) | Top Critics (20)

The season premiere of Game of Thrones was thoroughly satisfying, a transporting hour that brilliantly reestablished the chessboard for the new, penultimate season.

Apr 5, 2019 | Full Review…

So far, this looks like a wonderful season for the female characters.

Jul 16, 2017 | Full Review…

Game of Thrones, as always, leaves us conflicted and confused. It remains a show that hates the weak, but loves its small victories. It is the most delicious of cheeseburgers, but also hard to evaluate without seeing more.

Jul 16, 2017 | Rating: B | Full Review…

Gorgeous season flawed by some serious narrative missteps. GoT is no longer bulletproof, or dragon proof.

Aug 24, 2017 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Thus far, Game of Thrones has been pretty enjoyable this summer. Lots of intense action and rousing spectacle. Breathtaking dragons.

Aug 18, 2017 | Full Review…

There's a real sense that these producers have figured out how to tell this story.

Jul 17, 2017 | Full Review…
NPR
Top Critic

The showrunners are wholly loosed... Free to run wild to the ultimate, constrained only by the levels of glee, cliffhangerdom, betrayal, dragonglass, mask magic, vomitus, faeces, gore and glory they feel they can reasonably stuff behind our eyeballs.

Jul 24, 2017 | Full Review…

While I found "Dragonstone" to be completely engaging, I was expecting a bit more action. It's evident the writers decided to go with the slow build. I take that to mean the remaining six episodes of this season should be quite the feast.

Apr 5, 2019 | Full Review…

At long last, Game of Thrones is back. The HBO drama opened its seventh season with an unexpected but satisfying bit of revenge and then pulled back to take the temperature of our core players.

Apr 5, 2019 | Full Review…

Every single episode in this season felt like it was integral to the overall storyline and everyone felt like they were being used to their fullest potential.

Aug 20, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Game of Thrones: Season 7

  • Sep 09, 2019
    Season 7, while still really great and enjoyable television, had a lot of things that took viewers out of the escapism. It had things that made no sense with the logistics that they has already set up in the world. This season is still pretty solid in terms of quality, and definitely a pretty good fantasy adaptation, but a lot of the major problems from season 8 were foreshadowed here.
  • Sep 07, 2019
    It was good, but too short and was definitely lacking something all the previous seasons had.
  • Sep 06, 2019
    Overall this was a good season, although it was easily the weakest Thrones had to offer at the time.
  • Sep 05, 2019
    I'm just shocked at how people brought the crap that Season 7 put out. Perhaps it wasn't noticeable enough because Season 6 didn't go as badly as Season 5 did, but holy sh** was Season 7 a mess.
  • Aug 20, 2019
    It is clear that the writing has suffered from not being adapted from the books and certain characters seem to be losing certain logic. But, it does feel like everything is coming together and the final two episodes, albeit rushed, were immensely enjoyable.
  • Aug 12, 2019
    Logic has left the building in game of thrones, characters "teleport" and the season feels rushed, there are episodes like 1,2,3 and 4 that are very well done and then there's episode 6 that has absolutely no logic, the final episode is ok with a promising ending and characters are back to normal-ish with vile villains and heroic heroes and the normal twists and turns you should expect from game of thrones.
  • Aug 12, 2019
    The story's Third Act begins here (and the pace is accordingly accelerated) with its many story lines and characters converging towards a climax. Every episode was wonderful, especially 4 (one of the best of the show) and 7, with 5 being the only one that jarred a little as the story moves noticeably swifter (still a great episode). I loved it.
  • Aug 03, 2019
    Season 7 did not live up to the expected standard. It was clear the writing was struggling to maintain it's previous levels of pace, logic and character development. I thought I'd give the falling standard of the writing the benefit of the doubt, that there were a lot of characters to get into position for the end game so maybe everything had to be rushed in Season 7 to bring the show to a satisfying conclusion in Season 8. Instead it was just another Lost.
  • Aug 02, 2019
    Still good, but you really start to see the writing deteriorate in a few of the episodes near the end of this season when they had completely exhausted the exiting source material (the book series is unfinished). The Wight Hunt episode is a particularly great example of how D.B. Weiss and David Benioff can't write for shit.
  • Jul 24, 2019
    The series was rushed in my opinion. Overall, satisfactory rating

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