Game of Thrones season 7: Where and when to watch all the episodes from HBO's show in India
We're three episodes into Game of Thrones season 7. And if you've missed out on the proceedings thus far, now would be a great time to catch up. Especially because episode four, due on 6 August 2017, promises to ratchet up the power games between our favourite Westerosi another notch.
Here's a brief recap of the events that have occurred over episodes 1-3, titled Dragonstone, Stormborn and The Queen's Justice — respectively.
Daenerys Targaryen has reached Westeros. She's currently ensconced on Dragonstone — her family seat of old — although all her allies: Ellaria Sand and the Sand Snakes of Dorne, Lady Olenna Tyrell of Highgarden, and Yara and Theon Greyjoy of the Iron Islands have come to sticky ends/been taken captives/roundly defeated. Meanwhile, her Unsullied have taken control of Casterly Rock, but it's a hollow victory as the bulk of the Lannister army (having cleaned out the pantry and arranging to destroy the Unsullied ships) had set off for their conquest of Highgarden — which, if anyone needed any reminding, is the richest and most bountiful of the Seven Kingdoms.
Jon Snow has been preparing his bannermen in the North for the winter, and the Long Night to come. As they set aside provisions and train themselves in warfare, Jon himself has set off for Dragonstone (where, as Samwell Tarly informs him — thanks to having come across the intelligence in books at the Citadel — there is a ton of dragonglass to be found). Dragonglass=weapons to fight the White Walkers with!
Cersei, meanwhile, isn't sitting cosily at King's Landing. She's got a rather dangerous ally in Euron Greyjoy, who's been laying waste to most of Dany's fleet on the high seas. She's also got sweet revenge on Ellaria Sand for poisoning her darling girl Myrcella, by doing the same to the former's youngest daughter, Tyene. And we think she's just got started.
The Lannister brothers — Jaime and Tyrion — are busy supporting the queens they've pledged their allegiances to.
Sansa Stark is the de facto ruler of Winterfel, now that Jon's gone South. Littlefinger still has her ear.
When she isn't killing Freys and singing with Ed Sheeran, Arya Stark is making her way home to Winterfell too. Bran Stark, meanwhile, has already reached there.
Theon Greyjoy is suffering a serious case of the chills, since he last leaped into the cold sea after Uncle Euron's attack left him all panicky and Reek-like.
And Sam Tarly is
cleaning poo and performing dodgy surgeries doing seriously good work at the Citadel. In fact, his library card is the secret weapon that could well save Westeros.
You may want to check out our in-depth reviews of episodes 1, 2 and 3, in which case, click on the links below:
And if you're wondering just where to watch Game of Thrones, and when, here's the information:
You can watch Game of Thrones season 7 every Monday at 7.30 am on Hotstar. It streams on Hotstar minutes after it is broadcast in the US, so no you need have no fear of spoilers etc.
If that early morning time doesn't suit you, then you ca also watch GoT on TV, every Tuesday at 11 pm on the Star World channel.
We've done our good deed of the day. Now onwards with Valar Jonerys!
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Updated Date: Jul 31, 2017 14:54:16 IST