Game of Thrones – Season 7 – The End Begins – July 17

Season 7’s episode 2 will screen this Monday July 24 at 6.30pm, 7.45pm and 9pm. Reservations are required!


We will show every latest episode weekly on Mondays at 6.30pm, 7.45pm and 9pm at The Flicks 1 and at 6.30pm and 7.45pm at The Flicks 2.

Reservations will be necessary, as all spots will be reserved and walk-ins are discouraged for every screening.

The cover charge per episode is $2.50 and is powered by Kingdom Beer, so grab a pilsener, a dark lager or an Indochine White beer for only $1.50 once you are there (only at The Flicks 1).

In the past each series has always aired in April but this time round there has been a delay. This is because filming was pushed back as producers needed chilly weather with plenty of snow. After all winter is finally here.

Season 7 will be much shorter than the other seasons, with only seven episodes as opposed to the usual ten. Season 7 will end on the last Monday of August.

And it’s rumored season 8 will be even shorter, with only six episodes.

What do we now so far?

In the trailer above we see Cersei, Daenerys and Jon Snow heading towards their prospective thrones.

As Cersei takes her seat she lets out a frozen breath of air which turns into the undead eye of the leader of the White Walkers known as the Night King.

It’s suggested a great battle is yet to come when Cersei, Daenerys and Jon Snow collide but it’s unclear if they will face each other in this series or in the following one.

Game of Thrones co-creator David Benioff has revealed singer Ed Sheeran will make a cameo, apparently it was planned as a surprise for superfan Maisie Williams who plays Arya Stark.

Speaking to Hits Radio, Ed confirmed the news, saying: “I do a scene with Maisie. I sing a song and then she goes, ‘oh, that’s a nice song’”.

Will there be new characters?

The most exciting new edition is Jim Broadbent, mostly known for his role in the Harry Potter films as Horace Slughorn.

Speaking to ScreenCrush Jim revealed more about his role, he said: “I’m a maester, an archmaester. I’m an old professor character. “I did five episodes. I did sort of one major scene in each episode.”

Season 6 Catch Up

Fans were left in shock following Jon Snow’s murder at the end of series 5, but had to wait until episode two of series 6 to discover his fate. The Night Watch commander was brought back to life by the Red Lady using dark magic.

In Winterfell the sadistic Ramsay Bolton secured his power in the North by killing his step-mother Roose and his newborn half-brother.

His reluctant bride Sansa Stark managed to escape cruel Ramsay’s clutches and journeyed to the Wall to reunite with her brother Jon Snow.

Together the siblings gathered supporters to got to war with Ramsay and reclaim the North.

Alongside the Knights of Vale, the Stark brother and sister defeated the Bolton forces and Sansa fed Ramsay to his hounds. Jon Snow was proclaimed King of the North.

Meanwhile in King’s Landing, Jaime Lannister and the Tyrell army were trying to free Margaery and her brother Loras from the sparrow prison. But Margaery convinced the High Sparrow she had reformed and was now a believer – leading Tommen to form an alliance with the Faith.
Maisie Williams in the Self Portrait dress

During Cersei’s trial she used wildfire to burn the Great Sept – killing the High Sparrow, Margaery and her brother. After witnessing the event Cersei’s son, Tommen, killed himself- launching himself from the window of the Red Keep.

Cersei was crowned Queen of Westeros.

Beyond the Wall, Bran Stark trained with the Three-Eyed Raven. In one of Bran’s visions it was revealed Jon Snow is not the illegitimate son of Ned but is actually the child of Lyanna Stark and possibly Rhaegar Targaryen. If Daenerys’ deceased older brother is Jon’s father then he will have a rightful claim to the thrown of the Seven Kingdoms.

Meanwhile in Essos, Daenerys was captured by Khal Moro who stood her on trial before the other khals. When they refused to serve her Daenerys burned them alive – emerging from the flames naked and unburnt – and took command of their Dothraki tribes.

Alongside Tyrion, Daenerys gathered a fleet of one hundred ships and set sail for Westros.

In the final scene Daenerys ships were seen reaching the waters of King’s Landing.