Winter is coming — and so if the Game of Thrones season 7 finale.
We hope that you caught HBO’s Christmastime marathon of the first six seasons of the runaway hit show before Game of Thrones season 7 returned. If not, you’ve only got a couple of hours to check out the highlights or read up on all the action before chapter seven comes to a close later tonight. So pop the popcorn and check our list of where to watch every season of Game of Thrones, or risk getting left out in the cold once the season 7 finale starts to air.
Don’t even bother checking around for the finale, either. Although HBO couldn’t seem to catch a break for a couple weeks, suffering at the hands of hackers determined to leak their content or profit before accidentally leaking a Game of Thrones episode themselves, the season 7 finale has been locked up tight.
You can spend the hours leading up to the much-anticipated event by reading up on fan theories about season 7 and its finale. After all, we may finally, finally get the showdown between brothers The Hound and The Mountain that we’ve been waiting for since season one — or the Cleganebowl to all you super fans. Arya and Sansa are moving ever closer to clashing with each other, so much so that the director has teased a violent fate for the sisters. And there might be really good reason that Emilia Clarke’s Daenerys Targaryen was missing from the Game of Thrones season 7 finale trailer, and it might involve dragons.
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What time does the Game of Thrones season finale start?
Find out which theories come true — or not — when the Game of Thrones season 7 finale airs tonight at 9 p.m. ET (8 p.m. Central Time) on HBO. As we’ve mentioned before, this will be the longest running Game of Thrones episode to date, and is expected to end at 10:25 p.m. ET.) And immediately before the season 7 finale airs, you can catch Game of Thrones season 7 episode 6 on HBO.
In case you’re not sure what channel HBO is on for you, check out TV Guide’s listings. Change the “Provider” to your local one to find out which channel number is HBO is your region.