Winter has come. And while many admirers of the Game of Thrones series do not want it to end, tonight, on HBO, the most highly anticipated series finale of all time will mark the final chapter in an eight-seasons series filled with castles, sword fights, dragons, revenges, laughters, melodies and yes, sex.
Since many fans want to stay entirely spoiler-free, we will not say a word about what you can expect from tonight's groundbreaking episode. That is why we have also decided not to share any trailer of the series until the episodes are finally released and everyone has had the chance to watch them.
But similar to Breaking Bad, who left audience longing for more, Game of Thrones will not stop there. Already two separate spin-offs have been kick off. But if there is one rule, it is that most spin-offs fail to recapture the magic of the original series.
Also, if you want to continue immersing yourself into the realm of the Seven Kingdoms, the best thing to do is to jump on the outstanding original novels from author George R. R. Martin. He recently released a book describing what took place in Westeros 300 years before the events from the Game of Thrones series.