It was an absolutely storming season - every bit as action packed and eventful as we were promised.
It turns out that Jon is not Ned Stark's son, but his nephew. Now we're so prepared to lose more that we're surprised when we don't.
Michele Clapton, the "Game of Thrones" costume designer recently sat down with HBO to discuss the attires of the notable characters during the Season 7 finale such as Cersei Lannister.
Granted, we know that Ser Bronn of the Blackwater is fond of a drink, but the reason for this has nothing to do with the show.
Here's what else we know.
Finally, Daenerys, Jon, Cersei, Jamie and the rest of the "Game Of Thrones" lot have all met up in the latest series of HBO's fantasy-drama. Season seven Cersei seemed like a new Cersei.
They'll struggle with it at first, but incest isn't a deal-breaker in the Game of Thrones world.
However, with only one season left, the possibility of seeing the actors together on screen is still there. There will be massive wars across multiple continents and, most important, warring dragons. In July, sound designer Paula Fairfield reportedly told an audience gathered at Con of Thrones, an annual Game of Thrones convention, that each episode would be feature film length. Nope? Well too bad, because Game of Thrones is determined to make Theon a thing. We've been waiting for the moment when he breaks from Cersei, so the fact that it finally happens means that he might be the guy we've hoped he could be.
There has been doubt about the veracity of the alleged leaked scripts that have been circulating online and were previously featured in a report from the Inquisitr because the supposed leak, which reveals the GoT-typical twists that the audience both loathed and loved from the showrunners of the show, included a death that many didn't want to happen. HBO suffered from hacked emails and script leaks earlier this summer. The Wolf and the Dragon have consummated their budding relationship completely unaware that they're related to each other, and the comments of the actors involved may hint at a not-so-happy ending for the two young lovers. Peter Dinklage (Tyrion), and Isaac Hempstead-Wright (Bran) talk about The Union of Fire and Ice.