Here’s How You Can Catch Up With The First Seven Seasons Of Game Of Thrones In Just Three Hours

Yes, really!

Game Of Thrones Season 7 recap

by Sofia Tindall |

Whether or not you've watched the existing seven seasons of Game of Thrones yet (what have you been doing with yourself?) chances are you might have heard that the first episode of the final season is airing this Sunday.

It's kind of hard to miss: what with the millions of fan theories floating around the internet, incessant accidental-spoilers from Sophie Turner (who we still love anyway) and that dress that Gwendoline Christie wore to the premiere. But what if you haven't watched all of the 67 episodes of the series yet? If you intended to catch up with Game of Thrones before the final season - by now you might have realised it's an extreme sport requiring that you start watching one episode a day beginning in approximately February simply in order to figure out who's still alive.

If work (or just life) got in the way of dedicating yourself to GoT preparation - then don't despair: we have the answer. Yes, there is actually a way that you can catch up with everything that's been going on in the world of Game of Thrones by this Sunday.

Thanks to season recaps that have been condensed into half an hour videos on Youtube, all it will take you to be totally caught up by the first season of season 8 on Sunday is 3 and a half hours. (Yes, really!)

Given pretty much everyone in your office is going to talking about the inaugural episode of the final season by this time next week and throwing spoilers around (that'll be the real bloodbath) we recommend you start as soon as possible.

Season 8 of Game of Thrones airs on Sunday 14th April in America (9pm EST) and on Monday 15th April in the UK (9pm) On Sky Atlantic

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Robb Stark

One of the shows greatest losses in both character and eye candy, Robb Stark – played by The Bodyguard's Richard Madden - was killed by Roose Bolton in season three. We're still mourning.

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