Game of Thrones” is a remarkable tv series that captivated millions of viewers worldwide. For seven seasons, it gave avid followers something to look forward to as it aired a new episode every week.

So far, there were 67 episodes of “Game of Thrones” shown on HBO with the last six expected to air in either 2018 or 2019. Certainly, it will be a long wait for season 8 for fans who look forward to the show’s beloved or hated characters who have grown and transformed before the eyes of its audience.

So while you read theories and watch out for every little update about “Game of Thrones season 8,” it would be good to look back and re-experience the episodes that help make this tv series a phenomenal success.

The Hollywood Reporter ranked all 67 episodes of the HBO hit series, but let us just cut that out and focus on the 10 best episodes of “Game of Thrones” so far.

10. 'The Spoils of War' (Season 7, Ep 4)

Back in GoT season 1, King Robert Baratheon told Cersei only a fool would fight a Dothraki on an open field and this episode finally showed us why. The Loot Train Attack, was an overwhelming battle scene between the scared, confused, and outnumbered Lannister army and the Dothraki horde riding and standing on their horses as they screamed their way towards their enemies. Add a dragon to the fight and the carnage was complete.

Jaime Lannister’s desperate attempt to tackle Daenerys and her dragon was a stupid but unforgettable moment.

9. 'The Lion and the Rose' (Season 4, Ep 2)

The Purple Wedding saw the end of the sadistic and hated King Joffrey as he choked to death after drinking poisoned wine. Tyrion and Sansa were blamed for his death but it is no longer a secret who did it. Yes, we know it was her.

8. 'The Door' (Season 6, Ep 5)

The death of the beloved character Hodor was a heartbreaking moment for many fans.

But the bigger revelation about the origin of the gentle giant’s name was something that surprised even the most imaginative GoT “theorist.”

7. 'Baelor' (Season 1, Ep 9)

Did you think somebody would have save Ned Stark’s head at the very last moment? This is the episode when “Game of Thrones” brutally told its fans, it doesn’t care about their feelings.

The show unmasked itself like a faceless assassin and Arya was there

6. 'The Mountain and the Viper' (Season 4, Episode 8)

Oberyn Martell’s bravado endeared him to the shows keen followers but sadly, it led to his head being squashed to a pulp by the thing called The Mountain, who killed and raped his sister. All we can remember now of the Dornish prince are his bloody remains.

5 'Blackwater' (Season 2, Ep 9)

Who can forget the wildfire obliterating a big chunk of Stannis’ ships and the stirring speech that Tyrion gave to the defenders of Kings Landing? This episode was simply a blast figuratively and literally.

4. 'Hardhome' (Season 5, Ep 8)

An unexpected and spectacular battle between the dead and the wildlings as Jon Snow pleaded for them to leave and go with him south of the wall.

At the end, there was a dramatic scene of the Night King resurrecting those who fell during his deadly attack.

3. 'Battle of the Bastards' (Season 6, Episode 9)

This show gave GoT fans a battle sequence never before seen on television according to many impressed critics. Daenerys also decimated the navy of the slave masters who attacked Meeren. And finally, the hated Ramsay Bolton poetically met his end through the mouths of his starved hounds.

2 'The Winds of Winter' (Season 6, Ep 10)

The dramatic annihilation by Cersei of her enemies in one explosive blow was very impressive. It resulted in the literal downfall of King Tommen and the rise to power of his mother. Arya avenged the Red Wedding but not before making Walder Frey eat parts of his sons.

Daenerys finally sailed to Westeros with her formidable forces.

1 'The Rains of Castamere' (Season 3, Ep 9)

The shocking Red Wedding put terror into the hearts of GoT fans. The Starks and their allies were slaughtered by the Freys with the help of the traitorous Boltons. It was a joyous wedding that ended up as a gruesome massacre. “Game of Thrones” viewers will probably never trust this show again.