‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7: John Bradley Teases New Season, Holiday Marathon Schedule

Warning: This article could contain Game of Thrones Season 7 spoilers.

Game of Thrones Season 7 cast and crew just wrapped filming for the holidays in Northern Ireland, but there are still a few cast interviews and spoilers popping to keep fans happy until the new year.

For instance, John Bradley (Samwell Tarly) recently talked with Digital Spy about the overall theme of Game of Thrones, which will end after its eighth season in 2018.

“It’s interesting thinking about the end of Game of Thrones. Because we don’t know how it ends – we don’t know who wins or who loses – we’ve got no idea what kind of story we’re telling.

“We don’t know if it’s an indictment of how bad people can triumph if good men do nothing, or a redemptive story about good triumphing over evil. We just don’t know, so that mystery has fed in to everything we’ve done so far.”

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Bradley also promised that Game of Thrones Season 7 will feature more spectacle than ever before — even though it’s a shortened season — and that some of the sequences in the scripts are so epic that they seem “unfilmable.”

“But you find that every year. You read it and you think, ‘They’ve really stitched themselves up here, because there’s no way they can get this on screen’ – and then 10 months later, there it is!”

Meanwhile, fan site Watchers On the Wall reported that Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jamie Lannister) and Hafthor Bjornsson (The Mountain) were shooting for one day in Dubrovnik, Croatia, leading up to the Christmas break. Sources said the trio was spotted filming scenes on the city’s Old Town walls. Apparently, filming continued for two more days in various parts of the historic Old City of Dubrovnik with just the episode’s director and the crew.

While it will be at least six months before fans get to see those Game of Thrones Season 7 scenes, HBO has announced a holiday gift to help tide fans over until next summer. Beginning Dec. 26, the network will air all six seasons of the epic series. So whether you’re a die-hard fan ready to relive every plot twist, battle and death, or you’re a curious viewer wanting to check out the series out for the first time, this is your big chance.

Check out the schedule below.

Monday, Dec. 26

12 p.m. Game of Thrones 01: “Winter is Coming”

1 p.m. Game of Thrones 02: “The Kingsroad”

2 p.m. Game of Thrones 03: “Lord Snow”

3 p.m. Game of Thrones 04: “Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things”

4 p.m. Game of Thrones 05: “The Wolf and the Lion”

5 p.m. Game of Thrones 06: “A Golden Crown”

6 p.m. Game of Thrones 07: “You Win or You Die”

7 p.m. Game of Thrones 08: “The Pointy End”

8 p.m. Game of Thrones 09: “Baelor”

9 p.m. Game of Thrones 10: “Fire and Blood”

Tuesday, Dec. 27

12 p.m. Game of Thrones 11: “The North Remembers”

12:55 p.m. Game of Thrones 12: “The Night Lands”

1:50 p.m. Game of Thrones 13: “What is Dead May Never Die”

2:45 p.m. Game of Thrones 14: “Garden of Bones”

3:40 p.m. Game of Thrones 15: “The Ghost of Harrenhal”

4:40 p.m. Game of Thrones 16: “The Old Gods and the New”

5:35 p.m. Game of Thrones 17: “A Man Without Honor”

6:35 p.m. Game of Thrones 18: “Prince of Winterfell”

7:30 p.m. Game of Thrones 19: “Blackwater”

8:25 p.m. Game of Thrones 20: “Valar Morghulis”

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Wednesday, Dec. 28

12 p.m. Game of Thrones 21: “Valar Dohaeris”

1 p.m. Game of Thrones 22: “Dark Wings, Dark Words”

2 p.m. Game of Thrones 23: “Walk of Punishment”

3 p.m. Game of Thrones 24: “And Now His Watch Is Ended”

4 p.m. Game of Thrones 25: “Kissed by Fire”

5 p.m. Game of Thrones 26: “The Climb”

6 p.m. Game of Thrones 27: “A Bear and the Maiden Fair”

7 p.m. Game of Thrones 28: “Second Sons”

8 p.m. Game of Thrones 29: “The Rains of Castamere”

9 p.m. Game of Thrones 30: “Mhysa”

Thursday, Dec. 29

12 p.m. Game of Thrones 31: “Two Swords”

1 p.m. Game of Thrones 32: “The Lion and the Rose”

1:55 p.m. Game of Thrones 33: “Breaker of Chains”

2:55 p.m. Game of Thrones 34: “Oathkeeper”

3:55 p.m. Game of Thrones 35: “First of His Name”

4:50 p.m. Game of Thrones 36: “The Laws of Gods and Men”

5:45 p.m. Game of Thrones 37: “Mockingbird”

6:40 p.m. Game of Thrones 38: “The Mountain and the Viper”

7:35 p.m. Game of Thrones 39: “The Watchers on the Wall”

8:30 p.m. Game of Thrones 40: “The Children”

Friday, Dec. 30

12 p.m. Game of Thrones 41: “The Wars to Come”

1 p.m. Game of Thrones 42: “The House of Black and White”

2 p.m. Game of Thrones 43: “High Sparrow”

3 p.m. Game of Thrones 44: “Sons of the Harpy”

4 p.m. Game of Thrones 45: “Kill the Boy”

5 p.m. Game of Thrones 46: “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”

6 p.m. Game of Thrones 47: “The Gift”

7 p.m. Game of Thrones 48: “Hardhome”

8 p.m. Game of Thrones 49: “The Dance of Dragons”

9 p.m. Game of Thrones 50: “Mother’s Mercy”

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Saturday, Dec. 31

12 p.m. Game of Thrones 51: “The Red Woman”

12:50 p.m. Game of Thrones 52: “Home”

1:45 p.m. Game of Thrones 53: “Oathbreaker”

2:40 p.m. Game of Thrones 54: “Book of the Stranger”

3:40 p.m. Game of Thrones 55: “The Door”

4:40 p.m. Game of Thrones 56: “Blood of My Blood”

5:35 p.m. Game of Thrones 57: “The Broken Man”

6:30 p.m. Game of Thrones 58: “No One”

7:30 p.m. Game of Thrones 59: “Battle of the Bastards”

8:30 p.m. Game of Thrones 60: “The Winds of Winter”

Game of Thrones Season 7 returns to HBO in the summer of 2017.

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