Game of Thrones (2011–2019)
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The Bells 

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Forces have arrived at King's Landing for the final battle.


Miguel Sapochnik


George R.R. Martin (based on "A Song of Ice and Fire" by), David Benioff (created by) | 5 more credits »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Dinklage ... Tyrion Lannister
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau ... Jaime Lannister
Lena Headey ... Cersei Lannister
Emilia Clarke ... Daenerys Targaryen
Kit Harington ... Jon Snow
Maisie Williams ... Arya Stark
Liam Cunningham ... Davos Seaworth
Conleth Hill ... Lord Varys
Rory McCann ... Sandor 'The Hound' Clegane
Jacob Anderson ... Grey Worm
Pilou Asbæk ... Euron Greyjoy
Anton Lesser ... Qyburn
Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson ... Gregor 'The Mountain' Clegane
Laura Elphinstone ... Nora
Marc Rissmann ... Harry Strickland


Forces have arrived at King's Landing for the final battle.

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Release Date:

12 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital | Dolby Atmos (Blu-ray version)



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


The episode won 2 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes and Outstanding Special Visual Effects. See more »


Arya and the Hound left Winterfell in the previous episode Game of Thrones: The Last of the Starks before the Northern army. They are supposed to travel much faster (as opposed to an army with thousand of soldiers and provisions, etc.) and they have no motivation to linger anywhere. Yet they arrive after the Northern army has reached King's Landing and established a siege perimeter. See more »


[the Hound knocks off the Mountain's helmet, revealing his horribly disfigured face]
Sandor 'The Hound' Clegane: Yeah, that's you. That's what you've always been.
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References Game of Thrones: The Children (2014) See more »

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Mixed feelings: The Dragon can be seen as a metaphor
14 May 2019 | by KingslaaySee all my reviews

Hard to use words to describe how much this show has changed. GOT became iconic because its complex characters drove the plot. You were shocked when you saw the red wedding or the origins of Hodor but you could trace it back to its origins. I'm not going to be extreme and have a huge go at this show because the truth is I'm saddened by its current path. Now we have characters being forced to fit within a plot, character development tossed aside as if it meant nothing.

The story arc for Dany becoming the mad queen was not only forced it was illogical. Dany has been suffering her whole life and come out stronger, hard to believe a few recent bad turns would turn her mad. Lets also not forgot how the Night King and White Walker story line still remains the biggest missed opportunity. It was also anticlimatic to see Cersei die the way she did after all she's done. Shock value can only carry you so much. When season 8 started I said how are they going to wrap up this universe in 6 episodes. Now I'm thinking what's left?

Drogon is a metaphor in a way. The city and buildings that he took down so fast without thinking can be how the show runners have mindlessly torn down years of character development, potential and fan goodwill.

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