Here's our look at the series finale of HBO's Game of Thrones. "And then she sees the Red Keep, which is to her the home that her family built when they first came over to this country 300 years ago".
She came around to the idea of dying in her brother-lover Jaime's arms, however, explaining, "The more we talked about it the more it seemed like the flawless end for her".
HBO posted a trailer for its Game of Thrones documentary titled The Last Watch.
There's still a chance that Arya may kill a queen before it's all said and done - just maybe not the one she meant to kill all this time.
In response to Cersei's refusal to bend the knee and her savage murder of Missandei, Daenerys responded in Game of Thrones' penultimate episode by climbing onto her remaining dragon and descending upon Kings Landing to rain down fiery vengeance the way we've been waiting for her to do all season.
On Sunday, May 19 Game of Thrones will be coming to a close, and we can't wait to see who emerges from the gory battles unscathed to rule.
Screen shots of his final scene - in which he embraces Cersei (Lena Headey) as the Red Keep goes up in flames - seems to contradict episode history. He knows that she's no ordinary lady, and there's no way he would try to make her a knit-happy do-nothing like she feared so well in the beginning of the show. And who could any of them better trust to protect them than the woman who single-handedly eliminated the biggest threat the world has ever known? The things I do for love. Even if Cersei were the type to forgive, this would be a pretty difficult one to get over, but she is not, and decides to go harder to avenge her daughter. That was not exactly on-brand for the Breaker of Chains. I thought, "Incest, dragons, I'm in"!'
But you can bet the Game of Thrones showrunners were up to something completely wacky when writing "The Bells", and as the episode's events unfolded, fans were absolutely feeling some type of way about what took place - mostly, the actions taken by one fan favorite character: Daenerys. But [showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss] obviously know what they're doing and were adamant Cersei would do what she had to do.