Jaehaerys I also helped mitigate a strong conflict between the throne and the Faith Militant — dissension that resurfaces over time and is readily visible throughout Season 6 of “Thrones.” — lauren (@sansastcrk) June 16, 2017 "jon snow's real name is jaehaerys targaryen" pic.twitter.com/uSCnHvNtQZ — luqas (@pvnkasfvck) June 16, 2017 "You know nothing Jo–" *checks smudged ink on palm* "–err, Jeff?
Jake?" https://t.co/yhQ5HnmEQD — Alyssa Syahmina (@Astrapios) June 16, 2017 — toni pinned (@gameofgays) June 16, 2017 — Secretsofthe Citadel (@CitadelSecrets) June 16, 2017 Jaeherys?
#GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/XB40fwzTgA — Night's King (@WightsKing) June 18, 2017 — Lee Tollervey (@Lee_Tollervey88) June 18, 2017 HBO will not make screeners of any episodes of the fantasy hit’s eagerly anticipated upcoming season available to the press in advance.
Networks normally always give critics episodes — often multiple episodes — of scripted shows weeks before their on-air premieres, plus make the remainder of the season available in private online screening rooms about a week before each airs.
It’s the depiction of two powerful families — kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars and honest men — playing a deadly game for control of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, and to sit atop the Iron Throne.