Watch Game of Thrones season 7 teaser and bloopers

Game of Thrones Season 7 teaserTwo exciting Game of Thrones videos were released at the San Diego Comic Con, whetting fans’ appetites for the next season and making them laugh at the antics of the cast during the last season.

As previously reported, Game of Thrones will be returning for a seventh, shortened season next year of seven episodes instead of the usual ten. The sixth season concluded with a fantastic finale that set many main characters on the paths to their destinies.

The short clip shows the production team hard at work building the various elaborate sets of the show, painting and creating the detailed props, and providing the pages of the script to the rest of the cast.

Certain familiar scenes are shown, such as the throne room of the titular Iron Throne with the voice over of Qyburn announcing Cersei Lannister as the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, a scene from the season six finale. The Lannister banner is also shown briefly. There is also a voice-over from Sansa Stark as she speaks to the infamous Ramsay Bolton for the last time.

The rest is more scenes of the progress of the numerous crew members of Game of Thrones as they prepare for another round of filming in various locations around the world.

Check out the teaser below:

Game of Thrones S6 bloopers Kit HaringtonIn addition, IGN reports that the blooper reel for season six was released during the SDCC panel of the show. This features various members of the cast in moments of rare mirth, as they trip over their lines and sometimes even lose their balance. Among the cast members in clip are Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Sophie Turner, Nathalie Emmanuel, Nikolaj-Coster Waldau, and Alfie Allen.

Game of Thrones S6 bloopers Peter DinklageA running gag in the blooper reel is Peter Dinklage (recently nominated for his sixth Emmy) fudging a line about “benevolent enslavers.” His frustration as well as the reaction of his cast mates make the video even more hilarious.

Laugh out loud at the blooper reel below:


Game of Thrones season seven will air next summer on HBO.