Game of Thrones‘ behind-the-scenes special featurette The Game Revealed is returning for the post-season period of season 7, HBO announced today. This year, the info-packed videos will appear weekly, and will have slightly different availability.
The series will arrive in seven parts and will include interviews with Game of Thrones cast and crew members, providing insight into the show’s biggest moments of season 7.
According to HBO, the 14-minute-long first video features “previously unseen footage revealing the camera tricks behind Arya’s face-changing transformation into Walder Frey, the breathtaking Spanish landscapes that served as the backdrop for Daenerys’ home of Dragonstone, and exclusive interviews with episode one director Jeremy Podeswa, prosthetics designer Barrie Gower and cast members, including Emilia Clarke and Maisie Williams, and guest star Ed Sheeran.”
The first episode of The Game Revealed is available now (embedded below) on YouTube and Facebook. The remaining six episodes will be available exclusively to HBO subscribers, on HBO NOW, HBO GO, HBO On Demand and affiliate portals, with new episodes rolling out every week on Monday.
I have missed these so much!
San Juan?!! Is there a San Juan in Spain? Or did they film very briefly in Puerto Rico? If so, I’m sure I’ve been on those steps at Castillo de San Cristóbal in Old San Juan! It is gorgeous.
I loved The Game Revealed series last year! I’m glad that they did it for Season 7 as well. Getting further insight into the incredibly intensive production process that goes in to making this amazing show is always fascinating and rewarding. I’ll be looking forward to watching all of these as we ease into the long offseason.
I absolutely love these kind of videos. Big props to the production team for another fantastic season!
This is awesome!
Thanks for sharing this Sue, we don’t get these videos here in the UK via Sky Atlantic to the best of my knowledge but I really enjoyed watching that insight into the making of episode 1.
Oh I’d love to just sit and watch these for days on end. Im thrilled that I can watch the previous ones on HBOGO (I think Id seen many but suspect I’ve missed some) Such wonderful work being done by so many people, its awe inspiring, really.
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