What do you want to see when "Game of Thrones" returns for season 7 this weekend? Check out five things we are anticipating.
The season is one of its most anticipated seasons. What are some of the events, characters or scenes you would love to see.
Check out five things we would love to see happen when the HBO series returns this weekend.
"Game of Thrones" is popular for its terrific battles but this season we are all anticipating one of the biggest battles yet - the battle between the seven kingdoms and the White Walkers.
Of course, there is also Daenerys Targaryen, who we last saw headed to Westeros for the Iron Throne which is currently occupied by Cersei Lannister.
The cast and trailers for the HBO show have also teased epic ground breaking battles that would be better than last season's much talked about "Battle of the Bastards."
There was something satisfying about watching Arya use her assassin skills to kill Walder Frey in season six of the show, avenging her mother and brother's death.
She still has a list that includes Cersei, Melisandre, Beric Dondarrion, Ilyn Payne and The Hound, and it would be so much fun to watch her strike off more names from the list. Especially Cersei.
The Starks have been separated since the first season when King Robert Baratheon asked their father Ned Stark to follow him back to Kings Landing and serve as the Hand of the King.
One of the most emotional moments from the last season was Sansa Stark and Jon Snow's reunion.
Now that the Starks have reclaimed Winterfell, it is about time they all reunite and there’s a good chance that this event which fans have been waiting a long time to see happen, will eventually happen.
In season six finale, Cersei Lannister unleashed wildfire in King's Landing, burning the Sept of Baelor to the ground and every single person inside. This includes Margaery, Loras, Mace Tyrell, Kevan Lannister and the High Sparrow.
She has committed atrocities and made a lot of enemies - she has a spot on Arya's list.
Hopefully, the coming season will see the now ruler of the seven kingdoms, get a taste of her own medicine.
We have waited six years for the Mother of Dragons to arrive Westeros for what she considers rightfully hers - the Iron Throne.
The last scene of season six saw her headed back home. But, where does she and her army land? Who do they meet first? What does their arrival mean for Cersei and the rest of the kingdom?
Whatever happens on Sunday when the show returns for its seventh season, we are ready for the drama and intensity Daenerys is bringing to Westeros.
What do you want to see when the show returns for its seventh season.