Kit Harington: 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 is worth waiting until July

Posted March 12, 2017

We finally know when blockbuster fantasy series Game of Thrones season seven will be released, after a Facebook Live event from U.S. network HBO revealed the one piece of information we have been waiting months to hear.

The 30-year-old actor, who plays Jon Snow, talked to ABC News on Thursday and offered up several tantalizing teasers as well as some interesting analysis.

The teaser ends with Jon Snow saying, "There is only one war that matters; the great war".

"I certainly did more (action) this season than I've ever done", Harington revealed.

True fans of the programme were left satisfied at the end, as the block of ice finally melted to simply reveal "7.16".

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After the more general discussion, he also got into how the fans' perception of the show is extremely important. But, due to technical issues, fans had to wait for more than an average episode of the show to know the date.

Meanwhile, on a report from Express UK, one important character will reportedly be facing trouble on "Game Of Thrones" season 7.

Game of Thrones returns to HBO for a seventh season on July 16, 2017. Bloody hell, they even recycling the ominous voiceover from last season's trailer, and I still got chills.

This, fans of the series will note, is significantly later in the year than previous seasons have debuted, and when the show does return, we'll have a shorter season, with a mere seven episodes instead of the typical ten.

But he was brought back to life in the beginning of season six and went on to take back Winterfell for the Starks.