The Dummies Guide to catching up with Game of Thrones

Yesterday, HBO finally announced the premiere date for the seventh season of the thriller drama TV series. Game of Thrones is undoubtedly one of the best things that has ever happened to television series and we’ll forever be grateful for it. However, we cannot fool ourselves by assuming that everyone follows the genius episodes put out by the show’s producers. It’s been running for 6 seasons already and the end is already in sight as it’s been announced that there are only 15 episodes to go and they’ll span two more seasons.

For those who have somehow refused to allow themselves the joy of Game of Thrones for this long, we want to make sure that ends at the end of this piece. For those who have forgotten the plot in the long time we have had to wait for the release of the new season, we got you!

You must know that Game of Thrones is based off a series of novels called A Song of Ice and Fire, written by George R.R. Martin and launched in 1996. The show is mostly an adaptation that takes its name from the title of the first book in Martin’s series: A Game of Thrones.We say “mostly” because the show producers have had to wing for the last two seasons since R.R Martin looks like he does not want to be rushed into completing the sixth book in the installment, The Winds of Winter.

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