Index of Game of Thrones

If we talk about fantasy movies and web series, Game of Thrones is the most famous American web series that will come into your mind. Based on the bestselling book “The Game of Thrones” by George R. R. Martin, this TV series revolves around the struggle of several powerful families of Westeros for the control of seven kingdoms. While everyone is fighting for their power and rights, the army of dead rises again to control all the seven kingdoms.

Who will win in this ultimate battle for Iron throne, is all these eight seasons are based upon. Produced by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the web series was first premiered on HBO on April 17, 2011, and concluded with eight seasons on May 19, 2019. So, if you are among those who haven’t watched it yet, here is the complete index of Game of Thrones for you.

Index of Game of Thrones Season 1
Index of Game of Thrones Season 2
Index of Game of Thrones Season 3
Index of Game of Thrones Season 4
Index of Game of Thrones Season 5
Index of Game of Thrones Season 6
Index of Game of Thrones Season 6
Index of Game of Thrones Season 7
Index of Game of Thrones Season 8

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Game of Thrones Cast & Characters

  • Sean Bean as Lord Eddard or Ned Stark

Sean Bean as Lord Eddard and Ned Stark

  • Michelle Fairley as Catelyn Tully

Michelle Fairley as Catelyn Tully

  • Richard Madden as Robb Stark

Richard Madden as Robb Stark

  • Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark

Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark

  • Maisie Williams as Arya Stark

Maisie Williams as Arya Stark

  • Isaac Hempstead-Wright as Bran Stark

Isaac Hempstead-Wright as Bran Stark

  • Art Parkinson as Rickon Stark

Art Parkinson as Rickon Stark

  • Kit Harington as Jon Snow

Kit Harington as Jon Snow

  • John Bradley as Samwell Tarly

John Bradley as Samwell Tarly

  • James Cosmo as Jeor Mormont

James Cosmo as Jeor Mormont

  • Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister

Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister

  • Charles Dance as Tywin Lannister

Charles Dance as Tywin Lannister

  • Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister

Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister

  • Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen

Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen

  • Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Jaime Lannister

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Jaime Lannister

  • Aidan Gillen as Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish

Aidan Gillen as Petyr Littlefinger Baelish

  • Alfie Allen as Theon Greyjoy

Alfie Allen as Theon Greyjoy

  • Conleth Hill as Lord Varys

Conleth Hill as Lord Varys

  • Liam Cunningham as Davos Seaworth

Liam Cunningham as Davos Seaworth

  • Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth

Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth

  • Nathalie Emmanuel as Missandei

Nathalie Emmanuel as Missandei

  • Rory McCann as The Hound

Rory McCann as The Hound

  • Daniel Portman as Podrick Payne

Daniel Portman as Podrick Payne

  • Jerome Flynn as Bronn

Jerome Flynn as Bronn

  • Jacob Anderson as Grey Worm

Jacob Anderson as Grey Worm

  • Kristofer Hivju as Tormund Giantsbane

Kristofer Hivju as Tormund Giantsbane

  • Hannah Murray as Gilly

Hannah Murray as Gilly

  • Carice van Houten as Melisandre

Carice van Houten as Melisandre

  • Stephen Dillane as Stannis Baratheon

Stephen Dillane as Stannis Baratheon

  • Jason Momoa as Khal Drogo

Jason Momoa as Khal Drogo

  • Iwan Rheon as Ramsay Snow

Iwan Rheon as Ramsay Snow

  • Jonathan Pryce as The High Sparrow

Jonathan Pryce as The High Sparrow

  • Vladimír Furdík as Night King

Vladimír Furdík as Night King

Now after looking at the emerging cast of Game of Thrones, here is the index of Game of Thrones.

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Index of Game of Thrones (Season 1 to Season 8)

Index of Game of Thrones Season 1

Game of Thrones Season 1

 Name of EpisodeAvailabality
Episode 1Winter is ComingWatch Now
Episode 2The KingsroadWatch Now
Episode 3Lord SnowWatch Now
Episode 4Cripples, Bastard, and Broken ThingsWatch Now
Episode 5The Wolf and The LionWatch Now
Episode 6A Golden CrownWatch Now
Episode 7You Win, or You DieWatch Now
Episode 8The Pointy EndWatch Now
Episode 9BaelorWatch Now
Episode 10Fire and BloodWatch Now

Episode 1: Winter is Coming

Plot: The first episode introduces the main characters of the show. Lord Eddard, the head of the stark family, chose at the Hand of the King by King Robert (who is a friend of Eddard), after the decease of the recent hand of the king Arryn, by Jaime Lannister and Cersei Lannister. Ranger Will warns Ned about white walkers, but he neglects it and beheads Will. Later, the stark’s sons found pups of a dead direwolf and adopt them. Then, King Robert and her wife Cersei arrives in Winterfell and suggests about the engagement of Sansa and Joffrey Lannister. Catelyn receives a message from her sister Lysa, widow of Arryn, suspecting that Lannisters might kill her husband. Meanwhile, Bran witnesses Jaime and Cersei having sex, and to keep their relationship a secret, Jaime throws Bran from the window. In Pentos, Daenerys marriages to Khal Drogo to reclaim his father’s throne from King Robert and get three dragon eggs as a marriage gift.

Episode 2: The Kingsroad

Plot: Eddard Stark, with his daughters, leave for the King’s Landing for his new position as the head of the king. Jon goes to be a ranger at the wall for Night’s watch, and Tyrion joins him in the journey. Catelyn grieves on Bran’s unconscious condition while another attack takes place. Daenerys, with her husband, starts her new life in the city of Vaes Dothrak. Jon gives Arya his sword, and Arya’s wolf bites Joffrey for his misbehavior. King Robert orders to kill the wolf, but as she ran away, Sansa’s lady wolf gets killed instead by Ned. Catelyn finds evidence that proves that Lannisters tried to kill her son Bran.

Episode 3: Lord Snow

Plot: Bran awakes from the Coma but won’t be able to walk again. Jon begins his training at the wall. Arya demands to learn sword to her father, and he hires Syrio Forel to teach her swordsmanship. Catelyn arrives in King’s Landing and takes the help of her friend “Little Finger” to find the culprit of Bran. Daenerys is pregnant. Tyrion and Jon become friends, and later Tyrion departs from the wall.

Episode 4: Cripples, Bastard, and Broken Things

Plot: In the King’s Landing, Eddard investigates the death of Arryn and learn some strange facts. Jon protects Samwell Tarley from other rangers at the wall. Daenerys fights with his brother, who desperately wants to control Drogo’s army to win all the seven kingdoms again for him. Catelyn arrests Tyrion on suspicion for attacking Bran.

Episode 5: The Wolf and The Lion

Plot: After arresting Tyrion, Catelyn visits her sister Lysa, who decides to pass judgment on Tyrion. Varys reveals to Ned that Ser Hugh might kill Arryn through the poison. Arya warns her father about some plotting by Varys and Illio against the throne. King Robert learns about Daenerys’ pregnancy and order to assassinate her along with her unborn child. Ned disagrees with Robert’s decision and resigns from his post. Jaime learns about Tyrion’s arrest by Catelyn and attack on Ned’s army, demanding the release of his brother. Bran learns Dothraki Art from Master Luwin.

Episode 6: A Golden Crown

Plot: Bran getting the recurring dream of a three-eyed raven. Tyrion asks for a trial by combat from Lysa and Bronn volunteers to fight for him. Bronn wins, and as per the law, Tyrion gets his freedom. In the king’s landing, Cersei accuses Ned of kidnapping Tyrion, and Robert asks Ned that he will require both Stark and Lannisters to rule the seven kingdoms. During his research, Ned learns that Joffrey is not the real son of Robert. Viserys gets jealous of the increasing popularity of his sister among khals, and demands Drogo to give him a golden crown. Drogo puts molten gold on his head to fulfill his wish, and he dies.

Episode 7: You Win, or You Die

Plot: Lord Tywin gives his half force to his son Jaime Lannister to attack on the House of Tully, believing that if Lannister begins a fight with Starks, they will be able to rule the seven kingdoms. Ser Jorah learns about the attack by Robert’s men on Daenerys and protects her. Drogo decides to raise his army against King Robert for his unborn child. Ned warns Cersei about Joffrey’s truth and asks her to leave the Kingdom with her children before he tells the truth to Robert. Ned dispatches the letter to the rightful heir Stannis Baratheon. Robert dies, and his brother Renly flies to the Kingdom to claim the Crown. Cersei forcefully makes Joffrey the king and arrests Ned.

Episode 8: The Pointy End

Plot: After Ned’s arrest, his son Robb Stark raises an army against Lannisters. Jon learns about Ned’s arrest but is unable to help him due to his vow towards the wall and killing a dead walker. Sansa asks for mercy to Joffrey while Arya runs away from the King’s house by killing a man. Joffrey tells Sansa that he will show mercy if Ned accepts his treason. Drogo’s army attacks a village to fund their ships, and Khal Drogo gets badly injured.

Episode 9: Baelor

Plot: To save his daughters’ lives, Ned takes the blame of treason but is ultimately beheaded by Joffrey. Catelyn negotiates with Lord Walder Frey to help her son in the battle against Lannisters. Robb defeats Jaime in his first battle. Yoren rescues Arya and takes her away. To save Drogo, Daenerys takes the help of Mirri’s black magic, but Ser Jorah later interrupts the process as Daenerys goes into premature labor.

Episode 10: Fire and Blood

Plot: After Ned’s execution, Sansa is taken as a hostage, and Arya flies away with new companions. Jon steps out from the wall with Samwell Tarley to find Benjen Stark. Daenerys lost her child due to Mirri’s magic. Khal Drogo survives but into a catatonic state, and his army starts leaving him. As mercy, Daenerys killed Drogo and steps into a lit pyre with her Drago eggs. As a surprise for everyone, Daenerys survive the fire and give birth to three Dragons.

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Index of Game of Thrones Season 2

Index of Game of Thrones Season 2

 Name of EpisodeAvailabality
Episode 1The North RemembersWatch Now
Episode 2The Night LandsWatch Now
Episode 3What is Dead may never DieWatch Now
Episode 4Garden of BonesWatch Now
Episode 5The Ghost of HarrenhalWatch Now
Episode 6The Old Gods and The NewWatch Now
Episode 7A Man without HonorWatch Now
Episode 8The Prince of WinterfellWatch Now
Episode 9BlackwaterWatch Now
Episode 10Valar MorghulisWatch Now

Episode 1: The North Remembers

Plot: Joffrey becomes the new deceitful and cruel king while Robb Stark heads to the south to avenge his father’s death. He captive Jaime Lannister and asks Cersei to return his both sisters for Jaime’s freedom. Cersei starts a hunt for Arya stark to retrieve her lover. Stannis Baratheon arrives to claim his rights on the Iron throne. Meanwhile, the search for Robert’s bastard continues. Theon asks his father for the naval force of their island. 

Episode 2: The Night Lands

Plot: Jon witnesses Craster handover his newborn baby to the nightwalkers. Samwell decides to take Gilly with him. Melisandre seduces Stannis and promises him to give his baby if he ultimately gives himself to the Lord of Light. Balon refuses Theon’s request to send his naval force to help Robb as he wants to be the king of the north.

Episode 3: What is Dead May Never Die

Plot: After the incident of Craster’s sacrifice, Craster demands rangers to leave his place, and they left for the wall. Catelyn arrives at Renly Baratheon’s camp to ask for his army to help them in the fight, where she meets his wife, Margaery, and Brienne of Tarth. From his cunning plan, Tyrion finds out Cersei’s spy in the small council. Arya rescue some prisoners, including Jaqen H’ghar and soldiers killed Lommy by considering him Gendry. Balon decides to attack North and ask Theon to choose between his father or starks, on which Theon decides to serve his father.

Episode 4: Garden of Bones

Plot: After a lot of struggle, Daenerys and her army get shelter in the City of Qarth, based in the brutal desert “Garden of Bones.” Arya, Gandry, and Hot Pie arrive at Harrenhal, where Lord Tywin keeps Arya as his cupbearer. Melisandre gives birth to a horrific shadow figure in the forest.

Episode 5: The Ghost of Harrenhal

Plot: Melisandre’s horrific shadow kills Renly in his tent, and Catelyn escapes with Brienne. Brienne decides to avenge Renly’s death and offers her loyalty to Catelyn. Cersei silently keeps the stock of wildfire to attack Stannis’s army. Jon chooses to join legendary Ranger Qhorin Halfhand’s army to eliminate nightwalkers. In Qarth, Xaro proposes Daenerys to marry him in return of resources she will require to reclaim the iron throne. Jaqen H’ghar offers Arya “three lives” to save him, and she asks him to kill Tickler first, which he obeys.

Episode 6: The Old Gods And The New

Plot: Theon executes Ser Rodrik’s and takes Winterfell. Hodor, Bran, and Rickon escape. Roose Bolton sends his bastard son to teach Theon a lesson for betrayal. Daenerys dragons go missing in Qarth. Arya demands for the second life from Jaqen H’ghar.

Episode 7: A Man Without Honor

Plot: Sansa’s first period starts, and now she can bear Joffrey’s child. Wildlings capture Jon through Ygritte. Jaime successfully escapes from Robb’s prison and meets Catelyn. Daenerys finds her dragon and flies with Jorah. Theon fake execution of Bran and Rickon.

Episode 8: The Prince of Winterfell

Plot: Tyrion and Bronn make a strategy to defeat Stannis. Robb learns about the escape of Jaime and confesses his feelings for Talisa. Brienne decides to escort Jaime to the King’s Landing for the trade of stark’s daughters. Jon meets Lord of Bones. Master Luwin learns that Bran and Rickon are alive. Arya escapes from Harrenhal.

Episode 9: Blackwater

Plot: The ultimate battle between Baratheons and Lannisters begins, with Davos leading Stannis’ fleet in blackwater bay. Lannister’s army uses wildfire to destroy Stannis’ fleet. Cersei decides to poison herself and her child if they lose. Joffrey leaves the battle in between. Ser Mandon attacks Tyrion’s face, making him unconscious. Tywin’s army defeats Stannis’ army.

Episode 10: Valar Morghulis

Plot: Tywin becomes the new hand of the king, and Baelish is awarded with Harrenhal. Margery decides to marry Joffrey. Littlefinger offers the freedom to Sansa, but she declines. Robb married Talisa and deny to marry Walder Frey’s Daughter. Brienne escorts Jaime to the King’s Landing, and both form a special bond. Jaqen gives Arya a coin with phrase Valar Morghulis and shows her his face-changing ability before leaving.

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 3

Game of Thrones Season 3

 Name of EpisodeAvailabality
Episode 1Valar DohaerisWatch Now
Episode 2Dark Wings, Dark WordsWatch Now
Episode 3Walk of PunishmentWatch Now
Episode 4And Now The Watch is EndedWatch Now
Episode 5Kissed by FireWatch Now
Episode 6The ClimbWatch Now
Episode 7The Bear and The Maiden FairWatch Now
Episode 8Second SonsWatch Now
Episode 9The Rains of CastamereWatch Now
Episode 10MhysaWatch Now

Season Overview: The third season of Game of Thrones is all about Revenge, Betrayal, and Victory. Robb decides to marry Walder Frey’s daughter, but after the feast, Frey’s army kills Catelyn and Robb’s army in a massacre, and Roose Bolton kills Robb. The massacre is planned by Tywin, who offers Walder Frey the Riverrun as a reward. Roose Bolten and his bastard claim the Winterfell. Arya witnesses the massacre but ran away for safety. Tywin announces Sansa’s marriage to Tywin and Cersei’s marriage to Loras while Margery decides to marry Joffrey. After the defeat, Melisandre uses Gendry’s blood for her magic, and Stannis demands three lives: Robb, Joffrey, and Balon.

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 4

Game of Thrones Season 4

 Name of EpisodeAvailabality
Episode 1Two SwordsWatch Now
Episode 2The Lion and The RoseWatch Now
Episode 3Breaker of ChainsWatch Now
Episode 4OathkeeperWatch Now
Episode 5First of His NameWatch Now
Episode 6The Laws of Gods and MenWatch Now
Episode 7Mocking BirdWatch Now
Episode 8The Mountain and The ViperWatch Now
Episode 9The Watchers and the WallWatch Now
Episode 10The ChildrenWatch Now

Season Overview: Meanwhile, Daenerys conquers cities with her dragons and march forward with a large army. Jon deceits Ygritte and returns to the wall. Gilly and Sam get attacked by a white walker, which Sam killed with Dragon glass. Later, Sam meets Bran and give him dragon glass for safety. As white walkers return, Stannis aid his help against White Walker Threat. Theon is captive by Ramsay Snow, and Yara decides to rescue him.

After defeating Baratheons and strategically killing Northern Army and Stark’s family members, House Lannister is now more powerful with the help of their allies House Frey and Bolton. Meanwhile, Queen Daenerys is more potent with 8,000 unsullied armies and three fully grown dragons. She arrives in Slaver’s Bay and wants to liberate all the slaves. Littlefinger proposes Lysa Arryn for marriage.

To strengthen their house, House Lannister decides to make House Tyrell their ally through Joffrey and Margery’s marriage. Oberyn attends the royal wedding of Margery and Joffrey, where Ollena poison Joffrey and he died. Cersei blames Sansa and Tyrion for the murder.

While Sansa escapes, Tyrion is arrested for treason. Jaime believes that Tyrion is innocent and release him. Tyrion finds Shae in his father’s bed and kills both of them. Army of Dead Walkers is back and to protect themselves, wildlings try to reach to the south through the wall. Arya leaves The Hound injured and heads to Bravos to find Jaqen. Bran meets the three-eyed raven.

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 5

Game of Thrones Season 5

 Name of EpisodeAvailabality
Episode 1The Wars to ComeWatch Now
Episode 2The House of Black and WhiteWatch Now
Episode 3High SparrowWatch Now
Episode 4Sons of The HarpyWatch Now
Episode 5Kill the BoyWatch Now
Episode 6Unbowed, Unbent, UnbrokenWatch Now
Episode 7The GiftWatch Now
Episode 8HardhomeWatch Now
Episode 9The Dance of DragonsWatch Now
Episode 10Mother’s MercyWatch Now

Season Overview: Cersei buried her father and worries about her daughter Marcella, who is in Dorne, after the murder of Oberyn. She orders Jaime to bring Marcella back. Cersei is jealous of Margery as she wants to marry Tommen and, with the help of Black Sparrow, arrests her and Loras for adultery crime. Later, She is also detained by Black Sparrow for making a relationship with Jaime. She goes through the walk of shame and takes the help of Qyburn and her new bodyguard: The Mountain.

Jaime manages to take Marcella and her fiance back with him. Just when he confess Marcella that he is her birth father, she died due to the poisonous kiss by Ellaria Sand. Tyrion arrives at Essos with Varys, and Varys advises him to serve Queen Daenerys. Both Varys and Tyrion head to Meeran to meet Queen.

Queen Daenerys agrees to marry Hizdahr zo Loraq but attacked at the opening of fighting pits. Ser Jorah rescues her, she flies away on her dragon and later captured by Dothraki Army.

Arya’s training starts at the House of Black and White. She gets a task by a faceless man in which she violates some rules and, as a punishment, gets blinded by a faceless man. Sansa, on the other hand, reaches to the Winterfell with Littlefinger, where she gets married to Ramsay Snow. Theon helps her to escape from the torture, and she ran away.

Jon Snow kills the dead walker with his Valerian Steel Sword, returns to the castle, and opens the gate for wildlings. Jon becomes the new Lord of Commander, and his mates killed him in jealousy. Sam, on the other hand, along with gilly and child leaves for oldtown to be a Maester.

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 6

Game of Thrones Season 6

 Name of EpisodeAvailabality
Episode 1The Red WomanWatch Now
Episode 2HomeWatch Now
Episode 3OathbreakerWatch Now
Episode 4Book of the strangerWatch Now
Episode 5The DoorWatch Now
Episode 6Blood of My BloodWatch Now
Episode 7The Broken ManWatch Now
Episode 8No OneWatch Now
Episode 9Battle of the BastardWatch Now
Episode 10The Winds of WinterWatch Now

Season Overview: After so much killing, majorly after the death of Jon Snow, the audience was dying to watch Season Six of Game of Thrones. The season begins with the excellent news that Jon is back to life by Melisandre’s magic. He leaves the castle and takes the Winterfell back. Rickon is dead by Ramsay, and Podrick and Brienne rescue Sansa. After so much struggle, Jon and Sansa finally met, and Ramsay died. After the death of Tommen, Cersei uses wildfire to kill Margery, Loras, Pycell, High Sparrow, and Lancel Lannister to become the Queen. Jaime leaves the king’s landing for Riverrun.

Daenerys lit the Dothraki Lords and survive the fire. She returns to Meeran with her Dragon and, with the help of Jorah and Tyrion, kills all the masters of Meeran. Arya gets her vision back, and Hodor saves Bran from white walkers. Bran learns that the children of the forest created white walkers, and he becomes the three-eyed raven. Bran has the power to change the future by changing the past. Yara and Theon decide to offer their fleet to Queen Daenerys. Bran had a vision later, which confirms that Jon is a son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaeghar Targaryen, which means Daenerys is his aunt.

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 7

Game of Thrones Season 7

 Name of EpisodeAvailabality
Episode 1DragonstoneWatch Now
Episode 2StormbornWatch Now
Episode 3The Queen’s JusticeWatch Now
Episode 4The Spoils of WarWatch Now
Episode 5EastwatchWatch Now
Episode 6Beyond the WallWatch Now
Episode 7The Dragon and The WolfWatch Now

Season Overview: Arya kills all the persons involved in Red Wedding and returns to Winterfell after learning Jon’s arrival. Bran also returns to the Winterfell, and all the siblings reunite. Sam learns that Dragonstone is built up of dragon glass that can kill white walkers and treats Jorah for his advanced greyscale disease. Melisandre recommends Daenerys to meet Jon, and she summons him to bend his knee. Jon meets Daenerys and warns her about the night king and his army. Davos, Jorah, Gendry, Tyrion, Jon, and Daenerys decides that they have to take the help of Lannisters to kill dead walkers and thus decide to capture a proof of dead walkers to present to Lannisters.

Jaime’s army takes Highgarden while Daenerys takes Casterly Rocks. Jaime kills Onella, and she confesses about poisoning Joffrey before dying. Lannister army leaves HighGarden with carriages full of gold but attacked by Daenerys’ Dragons, who burn everything. Euron Greyjoy offers iron fleets to Cersei and proposes her for marriage.

Jon and his team go beyond the walls to capture a dead walker where the army of Night King attacks Jon’s team. Daenerys comes with her dragons to help Jon, where Night King kills one of her dragons, and later, the dead dragon converts into a dead walker.

Daenerys agrees to help Jon to fight with dead walkers, and Jon accepts her as her queen. Daenerys with Jon and her dragons arrive at the King’s Landing, and Cersei promises them to send her army to fight with dead walkers. Later, she tells Jaime that she is pregnant with his child, and she lied to Daenerys and Jon about sending her force for their help.

Disgusted, Jaime leaves the King’s Landing and joins Daenerys and Jon’s side. Littlefinger tries to convince Sansa that Arya wants to kill her to become the Lady of the Winterfell. But aware of Littlefinger’s nature, Sansa learns that he is plotting between them and orders Arya to kill him. Jon and Daenerys come closer while marching towards North.

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 8

Game of Thrones Season 8

 Name of EpisodeAvailabality
Episode 1WinterfellWatch Now
Episode 2A knight of the seven kingdomWatch Now
Episode 3The Long KnightWatch Now
Episode 4The last of the StarksWatch Now
Episode 5The BellsWatch Now
Episode 6The Iron ThroneWatch Now

Season Overview: The final season of Game of Thrones revolves around the two biggest battles: One is against the army of deads, and the other one is for Iron Throne. In the first half of the season, Daenerys’ army, Wildlings, and Northern army joins hands together to kill Night King and dead walkers. Bran claims that Night King will come to kill him- the three-eyed raven and thus Theon and Ironborn offer him the protection. The battle begins between Dead walkers and the Northern Army, and Melisandre tries to hold the army by lightening the fire.

Night King kills Theon and tries to kill Bran, but Arya kills the Night King from her Valerian Sword. Arya and Gendry intimate while Brienne and Jaime become lovers. Jon reveals his true identity to Sansa, Arya, and Daenerys. Daenerys asks him to conceal his true identity as she wants the Iron Throne. But Sansa wants Jon to be the king and thus reveal the secret to Tyrion, who informs Varys about the same.

The second half of the finale season revolves around the ultimate battle for the Iron Throne. Daenerys arrives with Jon, Arya, Jaime, Brienne, her army, and with her dragons to the King’s Landing to claim the throne. Euron attacks Daenerys’ army and takes Missandei as a hostage and beheaded in front of Daenerys. Angry Daenerys burns the city with Dragon fire to the ashes and slaughters thousands of civilians. Tyrion and Jon get horrified by Daenerys’ cruel actions.

Cersei and Jaime die, Tyrion arrested for Treason, and Jon kills Daenerys. Angry Dragon melts the iron Throne. Bran becomes the new king, Jon returns to the Castle, Sansa becomes the Queen of the independent Winterfell and Arya heads to the west of Westeros. Tyrion becomes the hand of the King and forms a new council with Bronn, Sam, Davos, and Brienne for the betterment of the King’s Landing, and justice is served.

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