Fans of HBO's hit series "Game of Thrones" have been eager to find out when the show will return in 2017. Jon Snow was named King of the North, Arya got revenge for her dead mom and brother by killing Walder Frey and Dany started her trek to Westeros with an army behind her.
Just one problem: The live stream broke down and no premiere date was revealed. later, the video went up again - and again broke off before a date was revealed.
While details of the upcoming season are as scarce as always, a new poster teases a "fire vs. ice" theme.
Fan theories abound as to what's in store for season 7 now that the series has surpassed George R.R. Martin's books. A Facebook video earlier that day promised to reveal the date in a Facebook Live video airing at 2 p.m.
"It will be worth the wait", he said.
Bilic keen to learn from West Ham's turbulent season
The squad is little different to the one that finished tenth last season, but Conte's personal touch has rebuilt confidence. They were hopeful of taking three points when they travelled the short distance to Watford last Saturday.
We've known for quite some time that the penultimate season of "Game of Thrones" wouldn't be returning in its usual Spring timeslot but boy did it take some time to know it. When enough people wrote it, a flame was triggered to slowly melt the ice.
But soon after this, he tweeted that he wasn't sure of the premiere date. It included no new footage, instead opting for some critical lines from previous seasons playing over images of stone busts of animals representing the duelling families' crests.
HBO will hold an interactive experience at SXSW this week called The Escape (essentially an escape room) themed around a number of shows including Game of Thrones.
So after learning that July 16 is the one for the diaries, the new trailer released with Jon Snow telling the viewer: 'There's only one war that matters: the Great War.
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