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Season 6 of Game of Thrones was formally commissioned by HBO on 8 April 2014, following a substantial increase in audience figures between the third and fourth seasons. The fifth and sixth seasons were commissioned simultaneously, the first time HBO has done so for a major drama series.

The season consists of ten episodes. It began filming in late July 2015 and concluded on December 17, 2015. David Benioff and D.B. Weiss returned as executive producers and showrunners for both seasons five and six, having signed a new two-year contract with HBO in early 2014.

The season premiered on April 24, 2016.

Season 6 will be based on the hitherto unreleased sixth novel of the A Song of Ice and Fire book series, The Winds of Winter, along with a significant amount of leftover material from the fourth and fifth books, A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons, which run concurrently but follow different sets of characters.

Plot

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The White Walkers' army of the undead now numbers in the tens of thousands, and they are heading to the Wall.

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Though Cersei has been shamed and humbled by the Faith of the Seven, she is not ready to give up just yet.

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Sansa Stark and Theon Greyjoy escape from Winterfell.

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In light of his best friend's death, Dominick Dresden has been given command of Grayburn's Legion, but is he truly ready?

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Despite their victory over Stannis Baratheon, Roose and Ramsay's hold on the North is weakened by Sansa's escape.

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Lord Hendrick Grayburn has a long and perilous journey ahead of him in his quest to reclaim Brightbank.

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Brynden "The Blackfish" Tully continues to hold Riverrun against the Lannisters in Robb Stark's name.

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Lucius Dragen continues to terrorize the North and all who stand against him.

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With the death of his brother, Eddin will be ruthless, relentless, and will rise as the true successor of Trevyr the Great

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With a giant and well-funded fleet at their back, House Spyre prepares for an attack on one of Westeros's most populated cities: Blackgard

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Ellaria Sand's poisoning of Myrcella Baratheon will have consequences.

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Arya Stark is blinded for the unsanctioned killing of Meryn Trant using a Faceless Men disguise.

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Despite escaping Meereen alive, Daenerys is captured by a Dothraki khalasar.

Jon's death

Lord Commander Jon Snow is repeatedly stabbed by his own men and left for dead.

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Samwell Tarly is sent by Jon Snow on a journey to the Citadel in Oldtown (accompanied by Gilly), to become a maester and find a way to defeat the White Walkers.

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With Theon considered dead and the rest of Westeros locked in a power struggle, the Greyjoys plan their next move.

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Bran Stark continues to hone his powers in greensight, under the tutelage of the Three-eyed raven.

Winter has come.

Westeros braces for a winter which may become a new Long Night, as the White Walkers and their army of the dead are poised to strike against the Wall and the realms of men.

In King's Landing, Queen Cersei Lannister has been publicly shamed by the Faith of the Seven and awaits her trial for regicide and incest. Even Grand Maester Pycelle has abandoned her, and called her uncle, Ser Kevan Lannister, to rule as the new Hand of the King. Even though Cersei has been released to their custody, her inept leadership nearly destroyed House Lannister's hold on the throne and they have no intention of ever letting her wield power again. Kevan and Pycelle must attempt to mend the damage Cersei did to the Lannister-Tyrell alliance. The Lannisters and Tyrells on Kevan's Small Council maintain a shaky truce as they attempt to deal with the ongoing debt crisis to the Iron Bank of Braavos, as well as the rise of the fanatical Faith Militant due to Cersei's blunders. With Cersei removed from power and the rest of the Small Council preoccupied with the conflict against the Faith Militant, it has fallen to Tybalt Lannister, Cersei's cousin and her sole remaining ally on the council, to manage the Seven Kingdoms. Cersei meanwhile, though seemingly humbled, still has a few schemes she will attempt to play to regain control.

In the North, the Boltons and the Dustins have triumphed over King Stannis — but in the distraction, Sansa Stark and Theon Greyjoy, with the assistance of Ser Kormed Grayburn, have escaped, desperately jumping off Winterfell's castle walls. Brienne of Tarth, who executed Stannis, must now deal with the consequences of putting her vow to avenge King Renly before her oath to protect Sansa.

Meanwhile, Carmine Grayburn's army of loyalists, still determined to restore House Stark to the rulership of the North, have claimed their first major victory against the armies of House Bolton. Despite having to contend with the Boltons' vastly superior forces, Carmine formed a tenuous alliance with the remaining ironborn lead by Caspus Harlaw. With the ironborn on their side, Grayburn's Legion have managed to kill Rogun Bolton (Roose's heir and one of his chief commanders) and capture the Dreadfort, though in the process, Carmine has fallen in battle. His best friend, Dominick Dresden, has taken over as the new High Commander of Grayburn's Legion, but unlike Carmine, is not used to command, and is considered among the other members of the Legion as more of a follower than a leader. Because many of the members question his ability to lead as well as Carmine did, Dominick is struggling to bring the Legion's ultimate goal of Northern independence to fruition. Dominick must prove to the Legion - and to himself - that he is more than capable of being their commander, because the fate of the North may very well depend on it.

In Brightbank, the conflict between House Grayburn and those who have rallied behind Hersham Groatworth has escalated farther, and the village has become a war zone. Hersham has ousted Hendrick Grayburn as Lord of Brightbank after instigating a violent peasant revolt and has claimed the title for himself. In addition, he has also formed a secret alliance with House Lannister. With the betrayal of the Boltons, Hersham is now the strongest Lannister supporter in the North, and Brightbank has become their Northern base. With his son's forces occupied and most of his remaining allies dead or unable to help, Hendrick now turns to House Blackgard, the only remaining noble house in the Seven Kingdoms with the ability to help him, to assist him in taking Brightbank back from Hersham. In the interim, Hendrick's wife, Lady Jaeneth Grayburn, has come forward to lead what remains of House Grayburn's loyalists against Hersham and his sinister agents.

In Helgen, after the violent death of Ethan Snow, House Dragen has now been divided in to two different factions. One are loyalists, loyal to Lucius Dragen and the other being a rebel group led by his younger brother, Erik Dragen who try to overthrow a mad-driven Lucius and restore Helgen. Erik's faction has found a surprise ally in The Raven, who still holds a grudge against Lucius.

In the Riverlands, after the Red Wedding the remaining Tully forces (who were not present at the massacre of their Northern allies) pulled back to Riverrun castle - where they have been hopelessly besieged by House Frey's army ever since. The garrison is under the command of Robb Stark's great-uncle Brynden "The Blackfish" Tully and Lord Tyran Clement, and is the last bastion of Robb's short-lived independent kingdom that remains unconquered. Riverrun's garrison may be surrounded and alone, fighting for a dead king, but their defenses are formidable, they have enough food supplies to last for years, and their commander is one of the most experienced and skilled generals in Westeros. The Lannisters and their Frey allies cannot let the siege of Riverrun continue to drag on if they are ever to claim real control over central Westeros.

In DorneEllaria Sand's poisoning of Cersei's daughter, the Princess Myrcella, may now force Doran Martell into the war against the Iron Throne he has been fervently trying to avoid.

In the Borderlands, the lands are brought into turmoil as a guerrilla separatist war is brewing. The situation worsens with the death of Trevyr Blackgard's eldest son and heir, Dyron Blackgard. One of House Blackgard's vassal houses is secretly plotting against them, but thanks to Trevyr's firm leadership, the culprit's plans have been revealed to the public and the Blackgards have been able to make a last stand against the rival factions that vie for control of the Borderlands and so, gain access to the east and the Stormlands. However, the war seems to disfavor the Blackgards as their leader, Trevyr Blackgard, has become sick and weak, ultimately unable to lead. With Asten Wylde - the castellan - being old and feeble himself and with Blackgard's heir dead and Lucan Blackgard disinherited, surprisingly and unexpectedly, Eddin Blackgard takes over the reins and leads the Blackgards to victory.

To make matters worse, The Spyres of Spyral, the wealthiest house of the Iron Islands, have answered the call of their king, Balon Greyjoy, and have taken matters into their own hands by planning a series of coordinated attacks on Storm's End and Blackgard. Accompanied by Ryden Spyre and Victarion Greyjoy, the signs are now clear. House Blackgard, who have once vowed to stay neutral, are now on the brink of destruction with a young, inexperienced "boy" to lead them.

Across the Narrow Sea, in the Free City of BraavosArya Stark killed Meryn Trant without the Faceless Men's permission — but without the proper training, the use of one of their masks has poisoned her and rendered her blind. Her training continues, as now the blind little girl must learn to rely on her other senses to survive.

In Slaver's BayDaenerys Targaryen's attempt to liberate Meereen has resulted in massive bloodshed, with the former slave masters conspiring to retake the city. In a large scale ambush on the opening day of the games in Daznak's Pit however, Daenerys climbed onto Drogon's back to try to escape the danger — but she could not make him return to the city. Instead, the young dragon flew north to the southern border of the Dothraki Sea, the lands of his birth, where the stranded Daenerys has been surrounded by a hostile Dothraki khalasar numbering in the thousands. Jorah Mormont, Daario Naharis, and Ashter Stark have set out to search for her. Meanwhile, back in the city Daenerys's advisors Tyrion LannisterMissandei, Grey Worm and the Young Griff (who, unbeknownst to Daenerys, is actually her long-thought dead nephew, Aegon Targaryen) are joined by Varys and Jon Connington in attempting to hold together rule over the city wracked by the ongoing insurgency until Daenerys returns — if she returns at all. In all the ongoing chaos, a mysterious individual known only as "Stormbringer" has emerged in Mereen leading a renegade battalion of the Blackwatch calling themselves the "Knights of Aegon". Though these renegades have claimed to support Daenerys, they seem to be no different from the Sons of the Harpy, except they claim to fight for Daenerys. Are these rogues indeed friends, or are they foes?

At the Wall, Lord Commander Jon Snow attempted to prepare for the coming of the White Walkers by letting as many wildlings through to the south as he could — but tens of thousands more were killed and resurrected as undead wights at Hardhome. The leading Night's Watch officers, increasingly upset at Jon's proposed alliance with the wildlings, have staged a mutiny "for the Watch" and stabbed Jon multiple times until he fell. Just before the mutiny against Jon Snow, he sent away Samwell Tarly to go to the Citadel in Oldtown in order to train to be a new maester to replace Maester Aemon after his passing. Samwell takes Gilly and her young son with him, rather than leave them in the path of the White Walkers. Oldtown, Westeros's second largest city, is located in the southwest of the Reach, not far away from Sam's former home, the House Tarly castle-seat at Horn Hill. Samwell and Gilly, however, face a long and difficult sea voyage before they get to the Citadel.

Distracted by the political intrigues in King's Landing, the exhausted lords of Westeros must now brace for the rise of the kraken — the ironborn led by House Greyjoy. Early in the War of the Five KingsBalon Greyjoy declared the Iron Islands' independence and raided the North while the Stark's army was fighting in the south. Having remained relatively uninvolved ever since, the ironborn's massive fleet remains at full strength, a fact lost on the major powers of the mainland, who have been nearly exhausted fighting each other. The only faction that have equally powerful fleets are the Blackgards, but with them fighting a war of their own in the Borderlands, they have chosen not to interfere in the Greyjoys' conquest.

All of this changes with the sudden return of Balon's exiled younger brother Euron Greyjoy — cunning, ruthless, manipulative, and more than a little insane, he strikes fear even into the other ironborn. He pushes for the ironborn to launch massive new offensives against the other kingdoms, not simply to raid, but to hold and conquer territory, as Euron's ultimate ambition is nothing less than to conquer all of the Seven Kingdoms. He is opposed by Balon's daughter Yara Greyjoy, who urges that the Iron Islands must preserve their strength and engage in diplomacy with the mainland if they are to survive.

And as the winds of winter begin to sweep through the south, far Beyond the Wall the young Bran Stark has been staying with the last of the Children of the Forest and his new mentor, the Three-eyed raven, in order to hone his abilities. Bran will not walk again, but he has learned to fly.

Adaptation

While prior seasons followed a format of adapting roughly one book's worth of material per year (or one large book across two seasons, in the case of Season 3 and most of Season 4), Season 5 heavily condensed together most of the fourth and fifth novels in the A Song of Ice and Fire series, A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons. The fourth and fifth novels did occur simultaneously, and were originally intended to be one massive novel (the fourth novel focuses on events in the Seven Kingdoms, the fifth on events at the Wall, in the Free Cities, and in Slaver's Bay). The result is that by the end of Season 5 most - though not all - storylines in the TV series caught up with the current novels, including:

Season 5 was heavily condensed, however, and two entire books worth of storylines simply could not fit into a single season. Therefore, several subplots were pushed back until Season 6, including:

  • Almost the entire House Greyjoy subplot since the second novel. The Greyjoys barely appear in the third novel (corresponding to Seasons 3 and 4), but then the narrative shifts to put a major focus on them in the fourth and fifth novels. Yara Greyjoy (called Asha Greyjoy in the books) even becomes a POV narrator. In contrast, the Greyjoys (as a faction, not including Theon) did not appear at all in Season 5.
  • Though the Dorne subplot was introduced in Season 5, it was extremely condensed, to the point that Doran Martell only briefly appeared in Season 5, and many other members of House Martell didn't appear at all. Two of Doran's children were omitted from the TV series and may not appear at all in the TV continuity - particularly including Doran's eldest child and heir, Arianne Martell, who is actually the POV narrator for much of the Dorne subplot. Similar to the Greyjoys, the narrative widens to give focus on the Martells in the fourth and fifth novels, but ultimately very little of the Martell storyline appeared in Season 5.
  • Arya Stark in Braavos - two more chapters after she goes blind at the end of the fourth novel. Another Arya chapter from the upcoming sixth novel was released as a preview before Season 5: the second half of it involved Arya killing a Lannister guard on her kill list who came to Braavos, and this was already adapted in Season 5; the first half of the chapter involved a lengthy scene at a stage play in Braavos, and screenshots confirm this will appear in Season 6.
  • Lucius Dragen and Ethan Snow. It is important to mention that Ethan was never assassinated by Josmus Snow and Ramsay Bolton in the books; Ethan's assassination in the show takes place shortly after the Battle of Winterfell. In the books, however, the battle never takes place and so, Ethan's death also did not take place. In the books, Ethan is the one orchestrating the Coup against Lucius Dragen and not Erik (even though he does play a vital role in the coup). This entire subplot is the major plot point of the House Dragen storyline and the Ethan Snow POV in the fifth novel, and it was foreshadowed nearing the end of the fourth novel during a conversation with Wylla Manderly and Larinna Harrigon.
  • Samwell Tarly and Gilly's long sea voyage to Oldtown, on the exact opposite side of Westeros, which takes them through Braavos and the Free Cities, and having to face the ironborn who are now ravaging the southwestern coasts.
  • The subplots in The Riverlands, centering around the Frey siege of the Tullys at Riverrun, the garrison commanded by Catelyn's uncle Brynden Tully. The Riverrun subplot involved Jaime Lannister in the novels, as he tries to negotiate with Brynden.
    • Also, Brienne of Tarth's wanderings in the Riverlands were omitted from Season 5. Much of this material wasn't directly relevant to overall plot threads, and several characters who were important to other plotlines now appear to have been reshuffled into other subplots in Season 6. Given how much Jaime and Brienne's subplots were changed in Season 5, it is unclear how these will play out in Season 6.
  • Bran Stark has only one more chapter, in the Cave of the three-eyed raven, but as it plays out in live action it may stretch across a significant amount of time: training in his magical powers, Bran experiences several visions of the past. When Bran returns in Season 6, the TV show will use this as a framing device to show various flashbacks from the novels, such as actually showing Bran's father Ned during Robert's Rebellion, and certain other key events. Some of these flashbacks appeared in one form or another in prior novels, when other characters recounted them through vivid narration, but the TV series only started depicting flashback scenes in Season 5 (the Prologue scene when Cersei has a flashback to her youth when she was given a prophecy about her downfall).
  • Tyrion's storyline as he was heading east to Meereen introduced a major new subplot involving a major political shakeup in the Free Cities. This was cut completely from Tyrion's storyline in Season 5, but after he leaves for Meereen it subsequently intersects with several other subplots (not Arya's). This willprobably be cut entirely from the TV series continuity.

Some of these subplots were not omitted entirely but pushed back to Season 6, however this will inevitably lead to some changes compared to the novels, because they were originally interlinked with events happening in the other storylines. Particularly, Cersei's decisions as regent directly affected the Greyjoy, Martell, and Riverrun storylines, and to an extent the Braavos subplot (due to the banking crisis). Given that Cersei has already been arrested in the TV series, some of these choices may be shifted to her uncle Kevan Lannister, the new Hand of the King, loosely drawing on the long Small Council chapter from late in the fifth novel which hasn't been adapted yet. It also isn't clear why Jaime would leave King's Landing again to deal with Riverrun now that Cersei is arrested.

Therefore, Season 6 isn't really "entirely new material" because many subplots were adapted at an uneven pace - though the TV series has always been speeding up or slowing down the rate of different storylines: Jaime's storyline from the third novel was moved up to the end of Season 2 (because he had little material in the second novel), and Bran Stark's storyline from the fifth novel was actually moved up to Season 4, when other characters were still on their material from the late third novel. Jon Snow's subplot was actually delayed for some time - in the third novel, the Battle of Castle Black occurred immediately after Jon returned to Castle Black, which was quickly followed by Jon's election as Lord Commander: due to the mechanics of splitting the third novel in half, Jon returned to Castle Black in the Season 3 finale but the battle didn't occur until the climax of the Season 4 finale, which necessitated pushing the Night's Watch election to the beginning of Season 5 (had this occurred at the pace it did in the novels, Jon's election would actually have happened in the middle of Season 4).

Nonetheless, Season 6 will mostly draw upon the as-yet-unpublished sixth novel, The Winds of Winter - certainly for Jon Snow's storyline, as the final chapter of the fifth novel was the cliffhanger of Jon being stabbed by his own officers. George R.R. Martin did give the TV producers an outline of events that will happen in the final two unpublished novels - though at the same time, they don't have access to hundreds of pages of source material anymore (for pulling specific lines of dialogue, etc.)

Though Martin has released about half a dozen preview chapters from the sixth novel, it isn't clear how much of a basis they can be for any material in the TV series, due to existing differences between the book series and the adaptation. Also, until the book is released, there is no way of analyzing the adaptation process fully (e.g., if the actions of one character in Season 6 are actually a condensation of the actions of two different characters in the sixth novel).

Production

In Northern Ireland, production would run for five months, from late July to December. Interior shooting returned to the show's headquarters, the Paint Hall Studios in Belfast. Meanwhile, location shooting took place at the following locations: Garron Point (previously Runestone), the Winterfell set in MoneyglassMagilligan (reprising its part as the Dothraki sea), the Castle Black set at the Magheramorne quarryBallintoy (returning as Pyke), a rural sept set in LarneGlenarm (previously the Vale), Carnlough Harbour (as a Braavosi canal), Shane's Castle (once more as the foundations of the Great Sept of Baelor), Carncastle (previously the fields around Winterfell), Aghanloo Wood, Saintfield (as the site for "The Battle of the Bastards" a climactic Northern battle, which demanded the show's lengthiest shoot for a battle scene), the new Riverrun set in Corbet (built for the first time, since in the third season the castle was realized only with Gosford Castle's gardens, an interior hall set and a distant matte painting for a single shot), the quarry on Knocklayd Mountain, Ballycastle in County Antrim, and Murlough Bay.

Ever since Croatia was introduced into the production for the second season, it has been the main source of locations outside of Northern Ireland, yet this season only returned to the country for a brief shoot in Dubrovnik, which reappears as King's Landing. Previously, Dubrovnik had been both King's Landing and Qarth, while KlisSplit and Šibenik depicted Meereen and Braavos. This season turned to new Spanish locations instead.

In Spain, filming took place between late August and late October. In Girona, the locations were the Sant Pere de Galligants abbey's exterior (as a Braavosi bridge), the Plaça dels Jurats (as a Braavosi theater stage), the streets of Ferran el Catòlic, Sant Martí and l’Escola Pia (as Braavosi street markets), another local street (as an alley in Oldtown), and the Girona Cathedral's exterior (as the Great Sept in King's Landing). Still in Catalonia, they filmed in the Santa Florentina Castle (as Horn Hill), Montgrí Castle and Besalú. Later locations where the Bardenas natural park in Navarre (as the Dothraki Sea) and the Zafra Castle in Guadalajara (as the Tower of Joy). In Peñíscola, all filming spots posed as Meereen: the Portal Fosc (as a dilapidated street), the Plaza de Santa María (as a granary), the Parque de la Artillería (as a garden) and the Plaza de Armas. In Almería, filming took place at a new Vaes Dothrak set in Pechina on the Tabernas Desert (as the Dothraki Sea), on the Gypsum Karst of Sorbas, at the Mesa Roldán Tower (as Meereen), and at the Alcazaba (as Sunspear). Finally, filming without any of the cast briefly took place at the Alcázar of Seville (returning as the Water Gardens) and at the Roman bridge of Córdoba (once more as the Long Bridge of Volantis).

Cast

Starring cast

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Crew

On March 27, 2015, author George R.R. Martin said he would again not write a script for Season 6, as he wished to concentrate on finishing The Winds of Winter as soon as possible. On June 4, Miguel Sapochnik indicated he was already preparing to direct next season. Jeremy Podeswa made similar statements in June 12. On June 19, the showrunners confirmed that April Ferry would be the new costume designer for Season 6, replacing Michele Clapton, who decided to leave after five seasons. On June 22, newcomer Jack Bender announced he would direct two episodes for season six. The full list of directors and which episodes they would oversee was released in Entertainment Weekly on June 25. There will be five directors, each doing two back to back episodes, as in Season 5. Jack Bender and Daniel Sackheim are working on the TV series for the first time, while the other three directors previously worked on the series in Season 5; none worked on the first four seasons.

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Episodes

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51 TheRedWoman "The Red Woman" April 24, 2016 10.7
At Castle Black, Thorne defends his treason while Edd, Konrad, and Davos defend themselves. Sansa and Theon race the cold and the hounds. Dominick is named the new High Commander of Grayburn's Legion and already has a predicament on his hands. At Blackgard, Trevyr's sickness has reached its final stage and it is made evident that he does not have much longer to live. A mysterious force appears in Meereen and fights the Sons of the Harpy. Ethan Snow's corpse returns to Helgen.
52 Home 01 "Home" May 1, 2016
Bran trains with the Three-Eyed Raven. In King's Landing, Jaime advises Tommen. Tyrion demands good news, but has to make his own. At Castle Black, the Night's Watch stands behind Thorne. Ramsay Bolton proposes a plan, and Balon Greyjoy entertains other proposals. Dominick meets with his councillors and consolidates his remaining forces.
53 Daenerys 6x03 "Oathbreaker" May 8, 2016
Trevyr Blackgard is dead. Daenerys meets her future. Bran meets the past. Tommen confronts the High Sparrow. Dominick plans his next move. Arya trains to be No One. Varys finds an answer. Ramsay gets a gift.
54 Wiki-wordmark "Book of the Stranger" May 15, 2016
Tyrion strikes a deal. Jorah and Daario undertake a difficult task. Jaime and Cersei try to improve their situation.
55 Wiki-wordmark "The Door" May 22, 2016
Tyrion seeks a strange ally. Bran learns a great deal. Brienne goes on a mission. Arya is given a chance to prove herself. The identity of the Stormbringer is finally revealed. Trevyr Blackgard's funeral takes place.
56 Wiki-wordmark "Blood of My Blood" May 29, 2016
An old foe comes back into the picture. Gilly meets Sam’s family. Arya faces a difficult choice. Jaime faces off against the High Sparrow. A hero rises.
57 Wiki-wordmark "The Broken Man" June 5, 2016
The High Sparrow eyes another target. Jaime confronts a hero. Arya makes a plan. The North is reminded. Eddin makes a faithful decision. Lucius struggles with power.
58 Wiki-wordmark "No One" June 12, 2016
While Jaime weighs his options, Cersei answers a request. Tyrion's plans bear fruit.Arya faces a new test.
59 Wiki-wordmark "Battle of the Bastards" June 19, 2016
Terms of surrender are rejected and accepted.
60 Wiki-wordmark "The Winds of Winter" June 26, 2016
Cersei faces her trial.

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