Index of Game of Thrones (Season 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and up to Season 8)

Index of Game of Thrones (Season 1 to 8 )

When discussing on the fantasy war/drama series, the first name that comes to the mind is Game of Thrones, or, in short, GoT. Adapted from George R.R. Martin’s book ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’, the web series has it all, whether it is love or betrayal or action, to keep you hooked with it for hours.  

The main plot of the web series generally revolves around some of the most dominant families of Westeros who are trying to take control over the seven kingdoms. However, this story takes a twist when the army of the dead arises again from the graves and start a war against others for claiming the throne of the seven kingdoms.

So, who is going to win this ultimate battle? To know the answer to this question, you would have to see the whole web series meticulously. However, if you, by no means, can watch it, then we can help you. Here, we will be presenting an index of all the eight seasons of GoT that can help you to understand the outline of its plot.

So, without any further ado, let’s get started. 

Main Characters of GoT and Their Casts 

However, before we start with our index, we would, first, like to introduce you to the main characters of the web series. This way, you will not get confused about anything when going through the plots.

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  • Ned Stark/Lord Eddard – played by Sean Bean 

Ned Stark/Lord Eddard

  • Sansa Stark – played by Sophie Turner 

Sansa Stark played by Sophie Turner

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  • Robb Stark – played by Richard Madden 

Robb Stark played by Richard Madden 

  • Bran Stark – played by Isaac Wright

Bran Stark played by Isaac Wright

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  • Rickon Stark – played by Art Parkinson

Rickon Stark played by Art Parkinson

  • Arya Stark – played by Maisie Williams

Arya Stark played by Maisie Williams

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  • Catelyn Tully – played by Michelle Fairley

Catelyn Tully played by Michelle Fairley

  • Jon Snow – played by Kit Harrington

Jon Snow – played by Kit Harrington

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  • Jeor Mormont – played by James Cosmo

James Cosmo as Jeor Mormont

  • Samwell Tarly – played by John Bradley 

John Bradley as Samwell Tarly

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  • Tywin Lannister – played by Charles Dance

Charles Dance as Tywin Lannister

  • Tyrion Lannister – played by Peter Dinklage

Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister

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  • Cersei Lannister – played by Lena Headey

Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister

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  • Jaime Lannister – played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

Jaime Lannister played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

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  • Theon Greyjoy – played by Alfie Allen

Theon Greyjoy played by Alfie Allen

  • Petyr Baelish – played by Aidan Gillen

Aidan Gillen as Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish

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  • Davos Seaworth – played by Liam Cunningham  

Liam Cunningham as Davos Seaworth

  • Missandei – played by Nathalie Emmanuel 

Nathalie Emmanuel as Missandei

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  • Lord Varys – played by Conleth Hill

Conleth Hill as Lord Varys

  • Brienne – played by Gwendoline Christie

Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth

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  • Khal Drogo – played by Jason Momoa

Jason Momoa as Khal Drogo

  • Ramsay Snow – played by Iwan Rheon

Iwan Rheon as Ramsay Snow

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  • High Sparrow – played by Jonathan Price

Jonathan Pryce as The High Sparrow

  • Daenerys Targaryen – played by Emilia Clarke

Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen

  • Night King – played by Vladimir Furdik 

Vladimír Furdík as Night King

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Game of Thrones – Index 

Index of Game of Thrones (Season 1 to 8 )

Index of Game of Thrones Season 1 (2011)

Game of Thrones Season 1

Name of EpisodeAvailabality
Episode 1Winter is ComingCheck Now
Episode 2The KingsroadCheck Now
Episode 3Lord SnowCheck Now
Episode 4Cripples, Bastard, and Broken ThingsCheck Now
Episode 5The Wolf and The LionCheck Now
Episode 6A Golden CrownCheck Now
Episode 7You Win, or You DieCheck Now
Episode 8The Pointy EndCheck Now
Episode 9BaelorCheck Now
Episode 10Fire and BloodCheck Now

1st Episode 

Just like other web series, the very first episode of GoT introduces us to some of the main characters of the series. It starts with Lord Eddard, the chief-person of the Stark family, being elected at the Hand of the King.

Almost at the end of the episode, Daenerys marries Khal Drogo in the hope of reclaiming his father’s throne. Meanwhile, Bran sees Cersei and Jaime having intercourse. To keep it a secret from others, Jaime, then, throws him out of the window. 

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2nd Episode 

In the next episode, Lord Eddard leaves with his daughters to take the position of the king in the King’s Landing. On the other hand, Jon Snow starts his journey to be a ranger with Tyrion joining him. 

However, before leaving, Jon gives his favorite sword to Arya as a token of love and gratitude.  Daenerys, too, with her spouse, starts a new life. At the end of the episode, we see that Catelyn has found out that the Lannisters are trying to kill her son and is swearing to avenge him. 

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3rd Episode 

In the third episode, we see Bran, at last, coming out of his coma. However, due to the damage that he sustained, he won’t be able to walk again. On the other hand, John starts his training too. Meanwhile, Daenerys becomes pregnant and, the episode ends with Tyrion departing from the wall. 

4th Episode 

After becoming the king, Eddard starts investigating about Arryn’s death and comes across some strange stories. Catelyn abducts Tyrion as she suspects him to be Bran’s attacker. In the meantime, Daenerys stops his brother from taking over Drogo’s army and Jon protects Samwell from other rangers of the wall from attacking him. 

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5th Episode 

In the fifth installment of the season, King Robert learns about Daenerys’s pregnancy and decides to kill her. However, Ned disagrees with him and resigns from the army. On the other hand, Catelyn goes to her sister Lysa, who wishes to pass the judgment on Tyrion. Meanwhile, Jaime comes across the news of his brother’s abduction and unleashes his army on Ned’s.  

6th Episode 

Bran keeps experiencing a dream where he is encountering a three-eyed raven. On the other hand, Tyrion gets his much-required freedom, as Bronn wins the combat trail against Lysa and frees Tyrion from them. The episode ends with Viserys demands Khal Drogo to give him the golden crown. Instead, Drogo gives him a piece of molten, which he wears and dies in the end. 

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7th Episode 

Lord Tywin orders his son Jaime to attack the Tully House, as he believes that if he can defeat the Starks, then he can rule the seven kingdoms. In the meantime, Drogo learns that King Robert is trying to kill his wife and unborn child. Hence, he decides to raise his army to stay in a perfect shape for the potential war. The season finishes with Robert getting murdered and his brother, Renly, fleeing towards the kingdom to claim the throne.  

8th Episode 

In the 8th episode, we see Rob Stark raising an army to break his father out from the Lannisters. Jon gets to know about their situation but refuses to help them due to his holy vow, which he made for the wall. Meanwhile, the army of Drogo attacks a nearby village to get some funds for the war. However, Khal Drogo gets injured in the process. 

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9th Episode 

To save the lives of his daughter, Ned agrees to the terms of treason with Joffrey. However, he still beheads him in the end. On the other hand, Daenerys tries to save Khal Drogo with the help of the black magic of Mirri. However, Ser Jorah disrupts her and she experiences a premature labor. 

10th Episode 

In the finale of the first season, we see that Sansa has been taken as a hostage, while Arya flees away with a few of her new companions. Daenerys loses her child because of using the black magic of Mirri. Khal Drogo does survive, but, seeing his condition. His army leaves him. To put him out of his misery, Daenerys kills him and gives birth to three baby dragons from her dragon eggs. 

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Index of Game of Thrones Season 2 (2012)

Index of Game of Thrones Season 2

Name of EpisodeAvailability
Episode 1The North RemembersCheck Now
Episode 2The Night LandsCheck Now
Episode 3What is Dead may never DieCheck Now
Episode 4Garden of BonesCheck Now
Episode 5The Ghost of HarrenhalCheck Now
Episode 6The Old Gods and The NewCheck Now
Episode 7A Man without HonorCheck Now
Episode 8The Prince of WinterfellCheck Now
Episode 9BlackwaterCheck Now
Episode 10Valar MorghulisCheck Now

1st Episode 

The second season of GoT starts with the news of Joffrey becoming the new king, as he has killed Ned already. To avenge the death of his father, Robb goes towards the south and captures Jaime as a hostage. He, then, asks Cersei to return his two sisters for the freedom of Jaime. Hence, she starts to look for the traces of Arya to save her lover. 

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2nd Episode 

In the second episode of the season, we see Jon witnessing his child being given to the nightwalkers. In the meantime, Stannis gets seduced by Melisandre, who offers him a deal of giving him his baby only if he gives himself up to the Lord of Light. 

3rd Episode 

Catelyn comes to the camp of Renly Baratheon to ask for their helps and meets with Brienne, Margery, and his wife. On the other hand[, through his excellent plan, Tyrion finds out the spy of Cersei in the Small Council and gets disposed off of him. The episode ends with Balon deciding to assail the North and asking Theon to choose either the Starks or his father. In the end, he chooses his father.  

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4th Episode 

After facing a lot of issues, Daenerys, with her small army, takes shelter in Qarth, which is located in a desert. In the meantime, Arya, with Hot Pie and Gandry, comes to Harrenhal and a shadowy figure takes birth from Melisandre. 

5th Episode 

The shadow, first, kills Renly in his small tent and goes for the others. However, Catelyn escapes from there with Brienne. Being a knight, she swears to protect Catelyn and avenge the death of Renly. On the other hand, Jon joins the Halfhand’s army for eliminating the nightwalkers. In Qarth, Daenerys gets a marriage proposal from Xaro, who, in return, promises to give her everything that she requires for claiming the Iron Throne.

6th Episode 

In the 6th episode, we can see Theon taking over Winterfell by killing Ser Rodrik. However, Bran, Hodor, and Rickon manage to escape from there. Meanwhile, Roose Bolton orders his son to take care of Theon, as he has betrayed them. 

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7th Episode 

On his journey, Jon gets captured by the wildlings through Ygritte. Meanwhile, Jaime escapes from the prison of Robb and meets with Catelyn. Daenerys, in the end, finds her dragons and flies away with them and Jorah.

8th Episode 

Bronn and Tyrion the mastermind start making a plan of defeating Stannis. On the other hand, Robb learns that Jaime has escaped and confesses how much he cares for Talisa. After getting captured, Jon meets with the Lord of Bones and Arya manages to escape from the city of Harrenhal.  

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9th Episode 

The 9th episode of the second season starts with the battle between the Lannisters and Baratheons. A lot happens in the battle, such as Cersei thinking about poisoning herself if they lose and Joffrey running away in the middle of the war. However, in the end, Tywin’s army successfully defeats Stannis and his soldiers. 

10th Episode 

After defeating Tywin acquire the title of the King’s new hand, while Baelish gets to rule over Harrenhal. Margery, meanwhile, decides to get into the marital bond with Joffrey. Lady Brienne escorts Jamie successfully to the King’s Landing and both of them form a sweet form of friendship. The season ends with Jaqen giving Arya a special coin, which is engraved with a phrase called ‘Valar Morghulis’.  

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 3 (2013)

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 3

Name of EpisodeAvailabality
Episode 1Valar DohaerisCheck Now
Episode 2Dark Wings, Dark WordsCheck Now
Episode 3Walk of PunishmentCheck Now
Episode 4And Now The Watch is EndedCheck Now
Episode 5Kissed by FireCheck Now
Episode 6The ClimbCheck Now
Episode 7The Bear and The Maiden FairCheck Now
Episode 8Second SonsCheck Now
Episode 9The Rains of CastamereCheck Now
Episode 10MhysaCheck Now

Unlike the first two seasons of series, the last six installments are extremely eventful. Thus, needless to say, all of them are still highly engaging and play a highly crucial role in the main plot of the series. Hence, from the next season onwards, we will be providing you an overview of the main plot instead of giving details on each episode. This will make it a lot more appealing and easier for you to understand the whole thing. So, let’s get started with the third season first. 

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As you can probably understand from the storyline of the previous season, the third installment of the web series is all about betrayal, revenge, and victory. Right at the start of the third season, we see that Robb has decided to marry the daughter of Walder Frey. However, soon after the feast, Roose Bolton slaughters Robb and Frey’s army kills each and every one of Robb’s team in a pre-planned massacre. It was planned by none other than Tywin, who offered the Riverrun to Walder Frey as a reward for his deed. 

Soon after that, Tywin announces the marriage of Sansa Stark with his son Tyrion and Loras’s marriage to Cersei. On the other hand, Margery, in the end, decides about marrying Joffrey. After the massacre and the unexpected defeat, Melisandre uses the blood of Gendry to amplify her magical powers. The season ends with Stannis demanding for three lives: Balon’s, Robb’s, and Joffrey’s. 

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 4 (2014)

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 4

Name of EpisodeAvailability
Episode 1Two SwordsCheck Now
Episode 2The Lion and The RoseCheck Now
Episode 3Breaker of ChainsCheck Now
Episode 4OathkeeperCheck Now
Episode 5First of His NameCheck Now
Episode 6The Laws of Gods and MenCheck Now
Episode 7Mocking BirdCheck Now
Episode 8The Mountain and The ViperCheck Now
Episode 9The Watchers and the WallCheck Now
Episode 10The ChildrenCheck Now

In the fourth installment of the web series, we get to experience the true power of Daenerys. With her dragons, she starts conquering all the cities that try to defy her and marches forward with her army. Meanwhile, Jon Snow succeeds in tricking Ygritte and returns to the place where he belongs, the wall. Later, Sam and Gilly, while traveling, gets attacked by a white walker. However, Sam kills it easily with his Dragon Glass. In the meantime, Theon gets captivated by Ramsay and Yara swears to rescue him from there.   

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In the interim, the strength of House Lannister keeps growing with the assistance of House Bolton and House Frey. With their help, the Lannisters kill Stark family members and defeat the Baratheons to toughen their ground even more. In the meantime, the might of Queen Daenerys, too, keeps growing with her three fully-grown dragons and over 8000 men. With her army, she arrives at the Slaver’s Bay and intends to free the slaves. Meanwhile, to become even more powerful, the House of Lannister decides to make amends with the House Tyrell. For that, they decide to push Joffrey to marry Margery. 

However, the marriage ceremony turns out to be a complete massacre as Joffrey gets killed by Ollena, who poisons him. Cersei takes advantage of this situation and puts all the blames on Tyrion and Sansa. Sansa manages to escape from the scene, however, Tyrion fails to do. Hence, then, he gets arrested for treason. But, Jaime does not believe in any of this as he thinks Tyrion to be innocent. Thus, after a few hours, he releases him. After that, Tyrion finds his father and Shae together in his bed and murders both of them. The season ends with the comeback of the Army of Dead and Bran’s well-awaited meeting with the three-eyed raven.

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 5 (2015)

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 5

Name of EpisodeAvailability
Episode 1The Wars to ComeCheck Now
Episode 2The House of Black and WhiteCheck Now
Episode 3High SparrowCheck Now
Episode 4Sons of The HarpyCheck Now
Episode 5Kill the BoyCheck Now
Episode 6Unbowed, Unbent, UnbrokenCheck Now
Episode 7The GiftCheck Now
Episode 8HardhomeCheck Now
Episode 9The Dance of DragonsCheck Now
Episode 10Mother’s MercyCheck Now

The fifth season of GoT starts with Cersei burying her father and worrying gravely about her descendant, Marcella, who stays in the Dorne. Hence, to look after her all by herself, Cersei asks Jaime to bring her daughter back to her. Cersei also becomes quite jealous of Margery, as she, now, wants to get into a marital bond with Tommen. Thus, she arrests Margery as well as Loras, with the help of the High Sparrow, and tags them with an adultery crime. However, later, she gets seized by High Sparrow for trying to start a relationship with Jaime. As a punishment, she needs to go through the Walk of Shame, which is, indeed, quite dishonorable. 

Meanwhile, Jaime returns back to the kingdom with Marcella and her groom-to-be. However, when he tries to confess to Marcella that he is her actual birth father, she dies tragically because of Ellaria Sand’s poisonous kiss. In the meantime, Tyrion, with Varys, arrives at Essos and gets an advice of serving Queen Daenerys. After that, both Varys and Tyrion head on to Meeran to have a meeting with the queen. On the other hand, Daenerys makes a decision of marrying Hizdahr. However, she gets attacked at the fighting pits. To escape from the heat of war, she tries to fly away with one of her dragons only to get captured again by the Dothraki Army. 

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On the other hand, Arya Stark starts her training at the community of Black and White. She also gets a task from a faceless man. Nevertheless, she violates a few of the rules and gets blinded by the man as a punishment. Sansa, after her experience in the walk of shame, goes to Winterfell and gets in a marital bond with Ramsay. Meanwhile, on his journey back to the castle, Jon comes across a dead walker and kills him with his sword. After that, he opens the gate of the fort for the wildings and becomes the new Lord of the castle. The season finishes with Sam and Gilly, along with their child, leaving the town for becoming a Maester and Jon Snow getting killed in a war.  

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 6 (2016)

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 6

Name of EpisodeAvailability
Episode 1The Red WomanCheck Now
Episode 2HomeCheck Now
Episode 3OathbreakerCheck Now
Episode 4Book of the strangerCheck Now
Episode 5The DoorCheck Now
Episode 6Blood of My BloodCheck Now
Episode 7The Broken ManCheck Now
Episode 8No OneCheck Now
Episode 9Battle of the BastardCheck Now
Episode 10The Winds of WinterCheck Now

After the death of the legendary Jon Snow, most people were quite thrilled to see which new twists will unfold in the 6th season, and the directors did not disappoint them at all. The sixth installment of the web series started with the comeback of Jon Snow. He was brought back into the living world again with the help of Melisandre’s magical power. Right after coming back to life, he leaves the fort promptly and takes back the Winterfell quite easily. Meanwhile, Rickon dies in the hands of Ramsay and Brienne and Podrick rescues Sansa from his grasp. After coming across a lot of trouble, Sansa, at last, meets with Jon and Ramsay gets captured and killed by dogs brutally. 

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After Tommen dies, Cersei uses wildfire to kill Lancel, Margery, High Sparrow, Loras, and Pycell one by one to become the new ruler. Jaime departs from the King’s Landing with grief in his heart after his daughter’s death. Daenerys, after being captured by the Dothraki, lights up their kingdom and survive the fire. She, then, goes back to Meeran again with one of her dragons and kills the masters of the city with the help of Tyrion and Jorah. Later in the season, we see that Arya Stark gets her precious vision back at last. Moreover, we also notice that Bran gets saved by Hodor from the attack of the white walkers. 

However, in the process, Bran gets to know that it was the children of the forest who had created the white walkers. In wrath, he becomes the three-eyed raven and gains the power of changing the future by altering the past. The season ends with Bran having another vision, which confirms the news of Jon being the son of Rhaeghar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. This means that Daenerys is actually the aunt of Jon Snow.    

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 7 (2017)

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 7

Name of EpisodeAvailability
Episode 1DragonstoneCheck Now
Episode 2StormbornCheck Now
Episode 3The Queen’s JusticeCheck Now
Episode 4The Spoils of WarCheck Now
Episode 5EastwatchCheck Now
Episode 6Beyond the WallCheck Now
Episode 7The Dragon and The WolfCheck Now

In the 7th season of GoT, we get to see Arya Stark a little bit more than usual. At the beginning of the season, we see her killing all the people who were involved in the massacre of Red Wedding. After she is done with it, she, then, returns back to Winterfell after hearing about Jon’s arrival. Bran, too, comes back to the city and reunites with his siblings. Sam, on the other hand, gets to know about the secret of dragon glass and starts treating Jorah to save him from the grayscale disease. Meanwhile, Jon meets up with Daenerys and warns her about the rise of the Night King. Together, he, Devos, Tyrion, Gendry, Jorah, and Daenerys decide that they have to take the help of the Lannisters to kill the dead walkers.

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For this reason, Daenerys takes over Casterly Rocks while Jaime attacks the city of Highgarden. While taking over the town, Jaime murders Onella and, during her last few breaths, she confesses about poisoning Joffrey. The army of the Lannisters tries to escape from the city, but, instead, gets attacked by the dragons of Daenerys. Later, Greyjoy asks Cersei to marry him and offers his iron fleets to her. Meanwhile, Jon and his army go well past beyond the walls and succeed to capture a dead walker. However, in the process, they get attacked by the night king. Daenerys comes to aid him but the night king kills one of her dragons too. The dragon, later, resurrects as a dead walker.   

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Daenerys decides to help Jon in his battle against the dead walkers and Jon accepts her as his queen. Cersei, too, promises them to provide them with her help. However, later, we find out that all of those were lies as she confesses everything to Jaime. Being utterly disgusted, Jaime leaves her and joins the duo of Jon and Daenerys. On the other hand, Littlefinger tries to tell Sansa that Arya is thinking about killing her. However, Sansa gets aware of his plots and orders Arya to kill him instead. The season ends with Daenerys and Jon marching towards the north and gradually becoming a lot closer than expected.

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Index of Game Of Thrones Season 8 (2019)

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 8

Name of EpisodeAvailability
Episode 1WinterfellCheck Now
Episode 2A knight of the seven kingdomCheck Now
Episode 3The Long KnightCheck Now
Episode 4The last of the StarksCheck Now
Episode 5The BellsCheck Now
Episode 6The Iron ThroneCheck Now

The finale of GoT generally revolves around two massive battles, the first one is against the night king and the second one is solely for the prestigious iron Thorne. To win the battle against the night king, the Northern Army, Wildlings, and Daenerys’s team become united for once and for all. The war between the two sides begins eventually and everything turns a little bit gory from there. As Bran had mentioned at the start of the season, the night king indeed comes to slay him first. However, Ironborn and Theon try to protect him with all their might. Nonetheless, the night king kills Theon quite comfortably but gets slashed by Arya with her Valerian sword. Eventually, the united force wins the battle against the dead walkers. 

After everything is over, Jon reveals his true identity Daenerys, Sansa, and Arya. However, Daenerys asks him to conceal his identity from others as she wants to claim the throne. Nevertheless, Sansa opposes the fact and, instead, tells Tyrion about the truth. He, later, informs Varys about this too. After that, Daenerys goes to the King’s Landing with Jon, Arya, and her army to claim the throne peacefully. However, Euron attacks her army and kills Missandei in front of her. Daenerys loses all her senses in anger and burns the whole city down with her dragons. 

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During the battle, both Jaime and Cersei die tragically and, Tyrion gets arrested for treason once again. The war ends with Jon killing Daenerys with his sword. In a matter of twist, Bran claims the throne and becomes the new ruler. Sansa becomes Winterfell’s new queen and, Arya goes back to the western side of Westeros. Jon, too, goes back to his own castle near the wall. The season ends with Tyrion becoming the King’s hand and creating a council with Bronn, Brienne, Davos, and Sam to make the King’s Landing’s jurisdiction even better.    

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