Game of Thrones” has announced the title of Season 7’s seventh and final episode – “The Dragon and the Wolf.” Entertainment Weekly has also released the official photos of the episode. Fans are excited about the upcoming finale. Here’s what fans can expect.

Dragon and Wolf

Fans already know that the title pertains to a certain dragon and a certain wolf. Some fans think that the title refers to Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow, and their growing relationship. But they are not the first dragon and wolf who shared a relationship. Other fans think that the title refers to Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna StarkJon’s parents.

Fans have been hoping for a flashback scene that will include them since the Tower of Joy scene in Season 6.

Longest episode

The Dragon and the Wolf” will be running for 79 minutes and 43 seconds, making it the longest episode ever of “Game of Thrones.” Season 7’s penultimate episode “Beyond the Wall” had a run time of 70 minutes, and it was an action-packed episode. If the season finale is much longer, there will be great scenes in the episode.


Finally shown in “Game of Thrones” is the Dragonpit which is now in ruins. The Dragonpit is a gigantic Colosseum that was once used as a stable for the Targaryen’s dragons. Before the pit was built, the Sept of Remembrance once stood on its location, until it was incinerated by Maegor the Cruel with Balerion the Black Dread (yes, like Cersei and the Sept of Baelor).

Great meetings

For the first time since the pilot episode of “Game of Thrones,” the show’s biggest characters are coming together. The episode trailer has shown Jaime, Cersei and Tyrion Lannister, and Jon Snow. However, there was no footage of Daenerys shown – could she be riding a dragon?

“Game of Thrones” costume designer, Michelle Clapton, has previously revealed that Jon will be meeting with Cersei.

Never would have fans guessed that the said meeting would be this big of an event. Ser Davos, Theon Greyjoy, Varys, Ser Jorah, Brienne of Tarth, Podrick Payne and more characters coming together at the Dragonpit. The Unsullied, the Dothraki and Euron Greyjoy’s fleet were also shown.

In “Beyond the Wall,” Sandor ‘The Hound’ Clegane went with the others to King’s Landing – which is where his brother, Gregor ‘The Mountain’ Clegane is. It highly likely that The Hound is with Jon at the Dragonpit and The Moutain is with Cersei. With the two brothers meeting again, could the highly anticipated Clegane Bowl finally happen?