Game of Thrones Season Premiere Watched by 17.4 Million Viewers

Game of Thrones Season Premiere Watched by 17.4 Million Viewers

Almost 20 months after its last episode, which saw walls fall and incest committed, Game Of Thrones finally returned to our screens early on Monday morning.

According to the cable network's research, the Season 8 premiere drew 17.4 million viewers across all platforms (HBO proper, HBOGO and HBO NOW).

The episode "Winterfell" included a little bit of crossover from other TV shows such as It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Silicon Valley, as two of the stars from those series made quick cameos during one scene.

If you have watched Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 1, you must have noticed Cersei sends the same crossbow to kill his brother which Tyrion used in the Game of Thrones season 4 to kill his father.

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Along with last night's return to Westeros comes a new Game of Thrones featurette, titled "Game Revealed", which appears to the first in a series of videos, and focuses on Winterfell.

Since they've last seen each other, Bran has trained under the Three Eyed Raven and learned to see the past, the future, and other things that are also happening in the present (meaning that he absolutely knows Jaime shoved him out that window, lads). Who do you think will sit atop the Iron Throne once all is said and done?

I mean, we know Bran has it the worst, what with his visions and the fact that he is now an all-knowing, hypnotic old man trapped in a young boy's body - but his eerie nature throughout the episode did NOT go unnoticed... The place Jon and Daenerys landed in the North Frozen is similar to Ygritte and Jon were taking bath. Weiss EP'd multiple Emmy victor based on George R.R. Martin's writings actually debuted much later than the series had in past years.

An emotional Kit is hardly surprising given the show's success and fans will be the same when the final episode airs.

"There was a bit when Jon nearly falls off the dragon, swings 'round really violently like this, and my right ball got trapped and I didn't have time to say stop", Harington said.

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