All to uncover the debut date for season seven—July 16, 2017.
At the point when a TV show is exhausting, it resembles watching paint dry. Yet, when a TV show is as hugely famous as Game of Thrones, fans will joyfully tune into watch pretty much anything. Case and point: Thousands of individuals tuned into HBO’s Facebook Live Thursday in expectation for the show’s season seven discharge date, which will be uncovered once a monstrous piece of ice has been liquefied from a couple fire hurlers.
The show’s Facebook page is requesting that fans sort “fire” and “dacarys” in the remarks segment trying to soften the ice square quicker. Sufficiently after remarks, impacts of flame shoot at the ice. What’s more, sufficiently after impacts of flame, the ice will dissolve, and the date will at long last be uncovered.
The piece isn’t as expansive as the divider, however after 30 minutes, it had scarcely liquefied by any means, so there’s no knowing to what extent it could take. Still, the stream—which went up at 2 PM—has as of now gotten 1.3 million watchers to watch and sort “fire” again and again while the signature tune plays unfavorably out of sight.
In spite of the fact that it’s not clear when the season discharge date will at last be uncovered, Liam Cunningham, who plays Davos Seaworth on the show, said as of late that he thought it would be back at some point this July.