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180 d ago
Get an eyeful of 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 photos
Dany makes landfall, Lyanna Mormont returns and Tormund is still trying to woo Brienne.
         
 
 
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180 d ago
'Game of Thrones' Intense Season 7 First-Look Photos Revealed!
The battle for the Seven Kingdoms just keeps drawing nearer.
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180 d ago
Littlefinger's 'Game of Thrones' scheme may get truly evil in season 7
Lord Petyr Baelish, aka Littlefinger, isn't just the most creepy player in the whole Game of Thrones. He is also the most devious, perhaps the one best poised to win the whole thing in the end — and new photos from the show's seventh season released Thursday certainly pour fuel on that fire.
SEE ALSO: 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 photos offer our first glimpse of winter
There he is, looming over the shoulder of Lady Lyanna Mormont in Winterfell. Some sort of meeting is taking place, and Baelish is watching with interest — not drawing attention to himself, but smiling with quiet confidence. 
The eminence grise.
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180 d ago
Game of Thrones’ seventh season promises to be all about shoulder pads
HBO has released 15 promotional images for the upcoming seventh season of Game of Thrones, undoubtedly aware that eager fans are going to spend the rest of the day scouring every pixel of each image for anything resembling a hint at the storyline.
I’m not being judgmental about those weirdos, because I am one myself.
Here’s my biggest takeaway from these photos: everyone did some serious back-to-school shopping (Tyrion picked up some two-for-one striped tees at Old Navy !), and HBO is running out of ways to dramatically upgrade the key characters’ wardrobes from year to year.
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This time, they’ve gone with an incredible array of shoulder adornments, including a grizzly-looking fox corpse for fan favorite Lyanna Mormont,...
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15 New Game Of Thrones Season 7 Photos Revealed
Anytime in the the past six years, the latest season of Game of Thrones would already be airing (or just about to begin airing, in last year's case) by now. 2017's Season 7 is still a few months away , but to pass the time, we have new photos to dissect.
Potential light Game of Thrones Season 7 spoilers ahead.
HBO has released 15 new photos from the upcoming season, each focused on the major characters who haven't yet been killed off in one heartbreaking way or another. Most of these don't offer much new insight into what's going on--Davos seems to be serving as an adviser in Winterfell, Jon has a thick coat on, Cersei is sitting on the Iron Throne, and so on.
Others show Danerys and company seemingly presenting themselves to someone in Westeros, Littlefinger undoubtedly trying to manipulate Sansa, and--best of all--Tormund expressing how he feels about Brienne.
Game of Thrones Season 7 returns to HBO on July 16 but will run only seven episodes, rather than the usual 10 ( Season 8 will be six episodes long ). You can watch the latest trailer here , though it, too, doesn't reveal much.
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180 d ago
What's Gilly reading in new 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 photo?
HBO has just released the first official photos from the upcoming season of Game of Thrones.
Among the collection of familiar stoic faces bracing themselves for winter was one curious entry featuring Sam and Gilly poring over books and texts in what has to be Oldtown.
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One look at the photo, and the question almost asks itself: What is Gilly reading?
Lucky for us, the internet is on it. The text was just legible enough to the naked eye for several Redditors to instantly point to its source: The World of Ice and Fire.
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180 d ago
15 new photos from 'Game of Thrones' season 7 reveal a lot about what's going to happen
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HBO just released the first official images from the hotly anticipated season seven of "Game of Thrones," and they look awesome. But also very, very dark. 
Winter is definitely here, after six whole seasons of everyone being told it was coming. Every character is bundled up in furs and coats and dressed in black and other dark colors. Dark times are coming, and it is very clear that no one is safe. 
The images don't tell us everything, of course, but with a closer look, some of them do inform us about where characters are geographically, and suggest whom they're with and where they're headed.
It's all we have until "Game of Thrones" season seven premieres on July 16, or at least until we get a full-length trailer.
Here are the 15 first official images from season seven of "Game of Thrones":
Daenerys Targaryen and her crew make it to Westeros. Macall B. Polay/HBO
Looks like Dany and her really, really big crew have safely made it to Westeros. Looks like they're staring at something — or someone — important. This is probably Dragonstone, the original home of the Targaryens.

Tyrion Lannister is keeping an eye out. Macall B. Polay/HBO
He's looking sharp but also very tired as Hand of the Queen. 

Missandei is also looking at something. Macall B. Polay/HBO
And it is probably the same thing Tyrion is looking at.

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180 d ago
Game of Thrones season 7 photos set the scene across Westeros
Winter isn’t coming anymore — it’s here
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180 d ago
'Game of Thrones' Season 7 photos offer our first glimpse of winter
The first photos for Game of Thrones Season 7 have arrived, and we are SHOOK.
We're overdue for a full trailer after the March 30 teaser trailer got us all riled up, but these images are definitely a good start; at the very least, it serves as a reassuring reminder that all of our favorites are still alive (for now). 
Enjoy it while you can, because we're sure the body count is going to rise in the final 13 episodes of the show — seven of which will air in Season 7, and six of which will close out the series in Season 8 .
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181 d ago
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7’s First Photos Revealed
On Thursday afternoon, HBO released the first 15 images of Game of Thrones Season 7. The images don’t give too much away, as is the network’s wont, but do feature the characters in various new duds staring into the distance, including The Hound, Littlefinger and Sansa, Arya (in her original form), and Daenerys and Tyrion, joined by Grey Worm, Missandei, and Varys. There’s also the badass Lady Lyanna, the leader of House Mormont.
Precious little is known about Season 7, which will consist of just seven episodes and premiere on July 16, 2017, though showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss revealed at SXSW that pop star Ed Sheeran would receive a cameo (hopefully strumming “The Rains of Castamere”), while Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, aka Jaime Lannister, told The Daily Beast that his sister-love Cersei may have a new suitor this season, and that Jaime “has to step up and take his father’s place.”
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172 d ago Business InsiderJaime Lannister might need to make a painfully dark choice about Cersei in 'Game of Thrones' season 7
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Warning: Spoilers ahead for "Game of Thrones," including speculation of future events. 
The "Game of Thrones" season six finale stunned viewers when Cersei Lannister not only pulled off one of the greatest character massacres in the series' history, but then proceeded to claim the Iron Throne after her last living child committed suicide . The idea of a motherless Cersei ruling King's Landing is frankly horrifying, but if this fan theory is correct, then her days are numbered.
In the books, Cersei's murder is prophesied by a witch. And not just any witch, but a woman who correctly predicts two other important details of Cersei's future. Some people believe this prophecy subtly names Jaime Lannister as the person destined to kill Cersei. 
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We've seen Cersei's fortune teller in the show, back in the first episode of season five.
Season five opened with a flashback to young Cersei seeking out a fortune teller named  Maggy the Frog . In both the books and show, Cersei is told she can ask three questions of the witch. For fans of the novels, this seemed like a pretty clear cut scene to adapt. However, there was a big omission from the show's version of Cersei and Maggy's conversation. 
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Cersei's questions for Maggy
The first question and answer were almost word for word from a scene of the fourth book, " A Feast for Crows ." Here's how the conversation played out on screen:
Cersei: I'm promised to the prince. When will we marry?
Maggy: Never. You will wed the king.
Cersei: But I will be queen?
Maggy: Oh yes. You will be queen, for a time ... until there comes another, younger and more beautiful, to cast you down and take all that you hold dear.
Many fans of the books have analyzed the last line from Maggy over and over again.
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For a long time, the standing theory was that the "younger, more beautiful" person was another queen. Margaery Tyrell was a clear candidate and the most obvious choice. She was about to marry Tommen and become Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, and this means bad news for Cersei. 
But the wording from Maggy is tricky, and it's never specified that this other figure is another queen or even in fact a woman. (Though some believe this could be Daenerys , Sansa , or even Brienne of Tarth .)
Back in the show's opening scene, Cersei moves on from this disconcerting answer, and asks her second question: "Will the king and I have children?" Maggy responds with: "The king will have twenty, you will have three." Cersei tried to interrupt, clearly confused.
Readers and viewers alike now understand that Cersei and the former king, Robert Baratheon, never conceived together; all of his children were bastards and all of hers were born from the incestuous relationship she has with her brother, Jamie Lannister.
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Maggy continues, stating "Gold will be their crowns, and gold their shrouds," before devolving into hysterical laughter.
This line can be interpreted in a few different ways. The gold crowns could be literal crowns, since Joffrey and Tommen were both crowned king. Plus, in the books, there is a plot centered around women in Dorne crowning Myrcella queen. But it probably simply refers to their hair color: blonde, like their parents.
"Gold their shrouds" is more direct: all of Cersei's children will die. Joffrey and Myrcella were both been murdered, and each was shown in golden funeral garb. Tommen killed himself by jumping out of a window,  and he was wearing a golden jacket. 
In this moment of the show, book readers knew exactly what Maggy was going to say next. Or so they thought. Instead, the scene quickly ended, cutting to present-day Cersei on her way to her father's funeral.
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She's clearly musing over how recent events seem to be playing out along Maggy's predictions. And here is where many book readers were left dismayed.
The book text has a third, and crucial, line in Maggy's answer.
The "valonqar" prophecy
In the books, Cersei is told one final and foreboding thing about her future. "And when your tears have drowned you, the valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you," Maggy says.
This is huge in the realm of Cersei-centric theories. Not only does the text make it clear that her children are going to die before her, but it also predicts her murder at the hands of "the valonqar." 
In the High Valyrian language of the east, "valonqar" means "little brother." Maggy is telling Cersei that her death will come at the hands of a younger brother.
Knowing that, all minds may jump to Tyrion, the youngest of the Lannister children. He's currently in exile after being persecuted unfairly by Cersei for the death of her son Joffrey. But, just as with Maggy's first prediction, there are alternate interpretations to this line .
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The case for Jaime Lannister
Jaime — Cersei's twin, lover, and father of her children — was the last to leave their mother's womb, making him younger than Cersei by mere minutes. He is technically another of her "little brothers." Could he turn on Cersei in the future, and strangle her to death?
Their relationship was tense in season five. Cersei loathed Jaime's missing hand, and therefore diminished fighting skills. Then he blundered by releasing Tyrion and consequentially allowing his father to be murdered. Jaime was also becoming impatient with Cersei's insistence on terrorizing Tyrion and her increasing paranoia. We have seen Jaime grow from the narcissistic "kingslayer" to a more compassionate and nuanced man.
Season six initially showed Jaime reverting back to being Cersei's number one man. Despite Myrcella's death, the twins seemed closer than ever. Jaime assured Cersei that nothing else in the world matters except them. 
But all that changed in the season finale. Jaime seemed angry and disappointed as he stared Cersei down in the Throne Room.
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He left King's Landing to represent House Lannister in the Riverlands, and by the time he returned Cersei had gone full Mad Queen . Tommen was Jaime's son, and Cersei effectively gave up on him the moment Tommen sided with the High Sparrow and denied her a trial by combat. 
We know from the books that Jaime does eventually become disillusioned with Cersei. This is partially due to  a major falling out he has with Tyrion , during which Jaime learns about Cersei's lack of faithfulness to their relationship. 
But since the show left out that significant scene between Tyrion and Jaime, this final season six decision of Cersei's might be the new reason for Jaime finally breaking ties with his sister.
The abrupt end to the fortune-telling back in season five makes us wonder why show creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss left out the "volanqar" prophecy. Are they planning on revisiting the flashback and finishing out the scene at some point or is it not as important as book readers thought, and not worth mentioning?
If it wasn't worth mentioning, perhaps that's because it sounded redundant and was already addressed in the first answer, where Cersei learns of "another, younger and more beautiful" who will cast her down. Could that individual be the same as the "valonqar"? As noted earlier, there is no gender associated with this younger and more beautiful enemy. Jaime Lannister, born moments after Cersei, is known for his devilish good looks across the kingdom. Jaime Lannister, whose character arc may lead him further and further away from the hateful and paranoid Cersei, could be her undoing.
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Jaime was forced to kill the Mad King Aerys years ago in order to protect the people of King's Landing. Cersei has set herself up to be anything but a benevolent ruler, and her use of wildfire creates a direct parallel between herself and the former Targaryen ruler. If Queen Cersei follows in the Mad King's footsteps , will Jaime feel morally obligated to intervene? 
The final look between Cersei and Jaime in the season six finale seemed like the groundwork for a falling out in season seven. Cersei's rule in King's Landing might come to end more quickly than she anticipated, and with Daenerys on the way to Westeros her demise seems inevitable. Maggy the Frog will have the final word, after all.
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171 d ago Mashable :: 'Game of Thrones' actor shares more on why Jaime could kill Cersei
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A theory building momentum among Game of Thrones fans is that Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) may in fact kill his twin sister and lover, Cersei (Lena Headey).
Coster-Waldau weighed in on the theory earlier this week while doing press for his upcoming Netflix film Small Crimes, and while he can’t confirm or deny it, he does seem to have thought it out quite a bit.
“I mean I don’t think he — I’m just saying it’s a valid theory,” Coster-Waldau told Mashable. “I can see it makes sense, it has a beautiful — it’s a nice circle [that] they are born together in the womb and then he kills her at the end…It makes sense."  Read more...
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193 d ago Business InsiderThe dragons in 'Game of Thrones' have changed a lot — here's what to expect in season 7
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The world of “Game of Thrones” used to be populated with many dragons. The people of Valyria rode them and used them as weapons of war. They were believed to be extinct until Daenerys Targaryen’s dragons hatched. Over the past six seasons of the hit TV show, Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion have grown from the size of small cats to 787 jets. They will never stop growing. The dragons are loyal to their mother, Daenerys, and respond to the Valyrian command, dracarys. Youtube Embed:
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192 d ago Business Insider :: 7 storylines we hope are resolved in season 7 of 'Game of Thrones'
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After the dramatic events in season 6 — including some major character deaths — fans are eagerly waiting to find out what lies in store for the people of Westeros. Here are some of the big plotlines we hope to get some answers to this July, when the show returns to HBO . Season 7 is coming!
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193 d ago MashableHBO promos give us a peek at new 'Game of Thrones' costumes
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Hard as it is to believe, the characters on Game of Thrones are all part of one big old family: HBO. In a series of new promos featuring characters from all its original programming, the cable giant gave us a little tease of new Game of Thrones costumes, and the giant crossover show we didn't know we wanted.
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All three ads show characters laughing, singing, exhaling (and in the case of The Leftovers, smoking) until they match the the note that introduces every HBO show.
The good folks at Screencrush compiled all the Game of Thrones costumes into a handy little gallery , but you should watch the video promos for the full effect of everyone singing the same note (and Hodor contributing his usual two cents). Read more...
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193 d ago Gawker Media :: Take a Gander at Some of Game of Thrones' New Costumes
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HBO just released a couple of general promo videos , where characters from different shows come out and praise how it’s not TV, it’s HBO. However, the seemingly innocuous advertisements do have one super cool feature: New costumes for Game of Thrones!
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193 d ago Business Insider :: HBO just unveiled a peek at 15 new character looks for 'Game of Thrones' season 7
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HBO is rolling out more teasers for "Game of Thrones" season seven , though none of them has shown footage from upcoming episodes.
The latest of these comes from an HBO commercial that stars characters from a variety of shows on the network all saying "ahhhh" in the classic HBO opening tone .
Naturally, the bulk of the "Game of Thrones" cast was included, and most of the characters appear to be dressed in new costumes for season seven.
Keep scrolling for a look at all your favorite "Game of Thrones" characters in their new looks for season seven.
First up is Daenerys, all dressed up for winter. Her new structured dress is lined with fur and completed with a cloak fastened by a clasp with a three-headed dragon. HBO
In the latest season seven teaser, we saw Daenerys in Dragonstone , the castle where Stannis Baratheon lived. Her new throne looks pretty awesome, and we can't wait to see her finally in Westeros.

Tyrion is looking fabulous as the Hand of the Queen in a striped top with leather sleeves and that striking silver pin that marks him as the Hand. HBO
Keeping with the new black theme, Missandei has an updated version of the outfit she wore throughout season six. HBO
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201 d ago IGNDaenerys Sits on a New Throne in Game of Thrones Trailer
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HBO has released a new trailer showcasing what to expect when Games of Thrones' seventh season debuts on July 16.
Warning: Major spoilers for Games of Thrones season 6 and minor spoilers for the upcoming season 7 to follow.
The trailer shows what's become the three main characters of HBO's fantasy drama walking through the empty halls of castles and keeps, before ascending their respective thrones or seats of authority.
What's interesting is that while we know Jon Snow is in Winterfell, and takes his place at the head of the table in the great hall, and Cersei, the newly crowned queen of the Seven Kingdoms takes her place on the Iron Throne in the Red Keep at King's Landing, we see a new location for Daenerys Targaryen, First of Her Name, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Queen of Meereen, and Khaleesi of the Great Green Sea.
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201 d ago The Guardian :: Game of Thrones season seven teaser trailer – video
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Jon Snow is seen walking through the halls of Winterfell, Cersei Lannister strolls through King’s Landing, while Daenerys Targaryen is apparently in her ancestral home of Dragonstone in the latest teaser trailer for the seventh and penultimate season of Game of Thrones . HBO has released the promo, called Long Walk, in which the trio are seen strolling towards different grand chairs as a cover version of James’s 90s hit Sit Down plays in the background
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201 d ago Gawker Media :: The Game Is On in This Incredible Game of Thrones Season Seven Promo
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The first promo for the new season of Game of Thrones is here, and kings and queens and guillotines are ready to take some lives. Only stop, it’s Winter Time.
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201 d ago CNET News :: 'Game of Thrones' season 7 teaser takes long walk to the throne - CNET
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In a new teaser for season 7 of the HBO hit, Jon Snow, Cersei and Daenerys stride toward the Iron Throne to the tune of a '90s hit.
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201 d ago The Verge :: Game of Thrones’ first season 7 teaser trailer is here
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The first trailer for the seventh season of Game of Thrones is here, and it is mostly chairs and eyeballs. Accompanied by a slowed-down version of a very strange song called “Sit Down” (because the trailer is about chairs), the 90-second clip shows Daenerys, Jon Snow, and Cersei Lannister all taking a seat in important chairs. Jon’s chair appears to be in Winterfell, while Cersei’s is the Iron Throne, and Dany’s is the one waiting for her at Dragonstone when she hits Westeros this season. It looks like it’s made of driftwood, which presumably relates to her new alliance with Yara Greyjoy.
The clip closes out with close-ups of everyone’s eyeballs, Cersei exhaling a visible puff of air (it’s winter now!), and then a close-up of a White...
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204 d ago Mashable10 burning questions we need answered in 'Game of Thrones' Season 7
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This is usually the time of year when Game of Thrones kicks off to distract us from real life with dragons, wargs and gratuitous sex and blood. Sadly, that carnage will have to wait for July 16, but until then we've got some burning questions about what Season 7 has in store.
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1. Will Arya rejoin her family?
A girl is fed the fuck up.
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After crossing the Narrow Sea way too quickly and stabbing the hell out of Walder Frey, Arya seems ready for a classic revenge bender, but might be safer traveling North to her remaining siblings. Then again, when two or more Starks congregate in one place, zero leave alive. Read more...
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203 d ago Mashable :: Five burning questions we have about 'Stranger Things' Season 2
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At this point, all we really know about Stranger Things season two is that it will debut on Halloween.
But we have a lot of questions about the series, which became an immediate must-binge when it debuted last summer.
As we countdown the days until we can see our favorite '80s kids reunite, here's what we hope Season 2 reveals.
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1. Where's Eleven?!?! 
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Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) ended up sacrificing herself to defeat the faceless creature. But she's not dead. 
At the very end of the final episode, police chief Jim Hopper (David Harbour) is seen dropping off Eggos (Eleven's favorite) in the woods.  Read more...
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202 d ago Mashable :: 'Outlander' Season 3: 10 burning questions we have about Claire and Jamie's reunion
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Because we're not half as good at time travel as Claire Fraser, we won't get to see any new episodes of Outlander until September, which means we have a few empty months in which to occupy ourselves with wild speculation until the droughtlander is officially over. 
We've already discussed what we know about Season 3 of Outlander so far , so let's talk about what we don't know, and what we hope to find out when Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) finally return to our screens. 
Of course, if you've read the third novel in Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series, Voyager, you know a lot about what the new season has in store (I'm right there with you) — although that doesn't mean showrunner Ron Moore and his cohorts won't throw in some deviations from the source material, just to keep us on our toes. In the interests of letting non-book fans play along, we're going to pretend that Voyager is not readily available to sate our curiosity, and just go with what we've seen on the show so far.  Read more...
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