Dec 24, 2016 12:28 PM EST

HBO Teases With ‘Game Of Thrones’ Massive Marathon Before Season 7 Release

Some "Game of Thrones" fans might have slowly moved on with what happened in the Season 1 to Season 7 of the series, but HBO does not want that to happen. Before the launch of "Game of Thrones" Season 7, HBO initiated a huge marathon project to refresh the memories of "Game of Thrones" fans and give them a holiday gift.

HBO has decided to give "Game of Thrones" fans something to binge-watch this holiday season. Cinema Blend reported that starting on December 26, "Game of Thrones" fans can once again watch the special moments that they love in the series.

It is indeed a big gesture from HBO, but "Game of Thrones" fans who have not yet gotten over with the several lurid and shocking scenes in the series might not be that keen to relive those moments during the holiday season. It is, however, a good refresher before "Game of Thrones" Season 7 starts. Jobs & Hire previously reported that "Game of Thrones" viewers can expect to see more dragons in the next season of the medieval series.

"Game of Thrones" rose to fame despite and in spite of the unapologetic way it treats the characters that caught the hearts of fans. "Game of Thrones" has not shied away from killing beloved characters one after another, which makes the plot much more interesting.

The end of the series is just a few seasons away with HBO's confirmation that "Game of Thrones" will only be up to Season 8. The "Game of Thrones" marathon this holiday season will definitely induce nostalgia among fans as they will once again watch their beloved characters.

For the "Game of Thrones" marathon, fans can watch all 10 episodes of Season starting on Monday via HBO2, TV Series Finale reported. The entire "Game of Thrones" marathon will end on December 31, but rest assured that all six seasons will be played. If you are planning to watch the marathon, be prepared to cancel your holiday plans.

 

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