Game of Thrones season 7 finale: Has 'The Dragon and The Wolf' leaked? How to watch, stream in the UK, what time

What's going to happen in Westeros?

Jack Shepherd
Sunday 27 August 2017 15:26
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Game of Thrones: Season 7 Finale Preview

Season seven of Game of Thrones has almost finished, only one episode remaining. Can Arya and Sansa leave their differences behind them and take on Littlefinger? What will happen in the Dragonpit? Will The Hound battle The Mountain?

All these questions will hopefully be resolved when the finale, titled ‘The Dragon and The Wolf’ airs tonight. Here’s everything you need to know about watching the episode.

When does the episode air?

Game of Thrones airs on HBO in the US tonight (27 August), being simulcast in the UK at 2am on Sky Atlantic, with a replay on Monday evening (28 August) at 9pm. The episode will also be immediately available to stream on NOW TV.

Has the episode leaked?

No. HBO has managed to keep this one under wraps. Well, apart from some major plot spoilers being uploaded by 'Mr. Smith'.

Are there pictures? Trailer?

There sure are. Flick through the gallery below and watch the trailer at the top of this article.

What’s going to happen in the finale?

We already know that Dany, Jon, Tyrion, and their motley crew are heading to King’s Landing t meet the Mad Queen herself, Cersei. They will attempt to convince the Lannister that the White Walker threat is much greater than their squabbling over the Iron Throne. Expect some sort of trap from both sides as things looks set to get messy.

Meanwhile, up North, we know Arya and Sansa’s story will continue, pictures revealing a longer look at Bran, the Three-Eyed Raven. Hopefully there will be some resolution between the siblings. For more predictions and theories, check out our more detailed piece.

Will there be more Game of Thrones?

Yes, but not much. With season seven only numbering seven episodes — compared to the normal 10 — season eight will be even shorter. The showrunners have already revealed there will only be six more episodes to come. Luckily for us, there are also five different spin-offs being worked on right now.

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