Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones Season 7 Premieres Sunday, July 16th on HBO

It may be July, but winter is coming. That’s right—Game of Thrones is back, with the first episode of Season 7 airing Sunday, July 16th on HBO. As you gear up to return to the land of Westeros, here’s a look at where things left off, plus some of the biggest questions we hope Season 7 will answer.

Dealing With Game of Thrones Withdrawal

With Game of Thrones: Season 6 in the books it’s time to look elsewhere for your fix of swordplay, sorcery, and politics. Even if you’re still waiting to catch Season 6 on demand or on Blu-ray, you’ll need something of substance to fill the medieval void in the mean time. And while nothing quite compares to life (and death) in Westeros, there’s a handful of shows on Netflix in Canada that come close.

Staying Spoiler-Free During Game of Thrones Season 6

Winter has come. Finally. If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, the wait between the end of Season 5 and the premiere of Season 6 was a long one. Now that the hit HBO show has caught up with George R.R. Martin’s books, there’s been nowhere to look for answers to some of the series’ biggest questions.