Here Are The Character's You'll Be Seeing In The 'GOT' Premiere Episode

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A new season of Game of Thrones is upon us (finally!), and fans are celebrating in all kinds of ways-with viewing parties, themed dinners, an upcoming HBO exhibition tour, and of course, lots of Ommegang's Game of Thrones-branded beer.

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She continued, saying, "we made a decision to remove it, but then when he went to see Cersei, we put it on". It looks like it's one of those scenes that would kick off the series once it starts.

Ahead of the premiere, HBO has released pictures from the season premiere and it shows Brianne and Pod sparring in Winterfell courtyard, Cersei in the map room, Daenerys reaching Dragonstone, and Lyanna Mormont in Winterfell's Great Hall. It would seem very likely as the White Walkers would be coming from the North as well. He also chatted with Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth).

Chuckling, the 30-year-old went on to say, "No, Season 7 is going to be extraordinary".

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In case you forgot - which is understandable given the complexity of the show and time between seasons - Meera was last seen dragging Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) to the Wall.

Even at this late stage - and with a barrage of spoilers already out in the wild - there are lots of big surprises that could happen that aren't on the radar too much.

After months of waiting, Game of Thrones is back for its highly anticipated seventh season this Sunday, and the premiere episode is sure to be the only thing that everyone you know will be talking about all of next week. The third and youngest child of Lord Tywin and Joanna Lannister has been away from his family for a few seasons now but is currently helping someone that many think has the best shot at The Iron Throne. Photo by Helen Sloan/HBOEmilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones.

Game of Thrones, as in previous years, will air twice on Sky Atlantic each Monday.

Meanwhile, conservative New York Times columnist Ross Douthat has publicly stated that people he labels "liberals" don't understand why they like the show, with the real reason being "they want a king or queen", or something.

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