Confirmed: Game of Thrones Season 7 Will Premiere on July 16th, Watch Teaser Clip Here

Up until a couple of days ago, HBO has not confirmed as to when the fans all around the world will finally see the first episode of the massively anticipated Game of Thrones Season 7. It's going to be on July 16th, 2017. If you are a fan of this TV series, you know that's a bit frustrating news to hear right now since usually we get new season around March or April every year and that's in addition to the previously confirmed that the season 7 will have a fewer episodes (seven episodes exactly) compared to the first 6 seasons of the series. But on the other hand, actors and creators have been reassuring us that the long wait is going to be worth it.

Below is the first teaser trailer HBO has just released to start building the hype again for the Season 7 and what is to come for all of us and for all the remaining characters in the series so far. Although this is actually not a real teaser trailer since this does not have any footage from the upcoming season, at least it is a brand new video clip from the whole Game of Thrones series as of today. The video shows sigils of different houses in sculpture format while being accompanied by characters famous lines corresponding every sigil from the previous episodes and ending it with a hint that is suggesting really bad is going to happen for the Westerosi peeps.

And if what I am seeing in this teaser is what exactly it is telling, looks like this teaser is giving us an ominous hint of what to expect when the "great war" comes to Westeros. Valar Morghulis! We'll see. Watch it below.

As of writing we don't know as to when we can really see an actual trailer for the Game of Thrones Season 7, I hope it's coming very soon. But expect more teasers every now and then as we move closer to the release date.

The real score right now for the Game of Thrones is the seventh season will only have 7 episodes and then the final season 8 which is expected to air next year the same date to only have 6 episodes and then end the series there. The number of episodes per upcoming season  may not be the thing we really want to hear right now, but this may also suggest that every episode will be super jampacked with more actions and revelations. Some reports also claim that while the last two seasons will have less than 10 episodes each, HBO may extend each episode's running time which I think is also a good bargain. Whatever the thing is going to be, we will all know as we see each episode of the remaining seasons beginning July 16.

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