Record numbers of people tuned in Sunday night to watch the Season 8 premiere of Game of Thrones, and finally got to watch Jon Snow learn the real truth of his parentage. While Sansa and Arya had previously taken up residence at their former home in Winterfell last season, they were joined by Jon Snow in a heartwarming reunion, as well as Bran Stark in a, uh, less heartwarming reunion.
Yes, the Season 8 premiere, simply titled Winterfell, goes extremely heavy on the character convergence.
Kit had previously revealed the final season of "Game of Thrones" will be "sensational".
Since birth, the King of the North has believed he was the bastard son of Ned Stark (played by Sean Bean) and assumed the woman who brought him into the world was nothing more than a commoner. It was also hard for him to portray Jon and Dany's love in the midst of the scene.
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According to the police statement , he was stopped by airport workers after his dramatic escape bid and was taken into custody. The man then "randomly touched the faces of other passengers" and sprayed an unknown substance from a spray bottle on them.
"Something that I wasn't really expecting was for everything to come to a head so soon".
Unsurprisingly, the news did not sit well with Jon and he refused to accept he is the rightful heir to the Iron Throne. But these six episodes I think are going to change the way you look at TV. Is Sam over the death of his father and brother? "Would she do the same?"
Jaime is known as the Kingslayer for murdering the Mad King.
Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) arrives in Winterfell, and all is well and good for approximately 30 sweet seconds. In any case, it should be interesting to see how the Northern Alliance react to Jaime's arrival, and whether Tyrion, Brienne Of Tarth, or even Bran Stark might vouch for his importance.
Nearly four million people stayed up halfway through the night -and many of them called in sick yesterday as a result. As the show has spent seven seasons trying to prove, no one is safe.