Game of Thrones season 7 episode 3 trailer: The Queen’s Justice shows Jon Snow and Daenerys together at last
“I was born to rule the Seven Kingdoms.”
Watch the preview of the next Game of Thrones episode: The Queen’s Justice, which airs in the UK on Monday 31 July 31. According to HBO’s official synopsis, here’s what happens: “Daenerys holds court. Cersei returns a gift. Jaime learns from his mistakes.”
But as you’ll see from the trailer, that barely scratches the surface: Euron is given a hero’s welcome in King’s Landing; Tyrion delivers a dire warning about his sister; and the Unsullied go into battle, possibly meaning the death of a beloved character.
Season seven of Game of Thrones is truly underway, the third episode almost upon us. **Spoilers for episode two ahead**
Last week’s episode finished with a dramatic sea battle, Euron Greyjoy ruining Tyrion Lannister’s plans to take King’s Landing and almost killing Yara.
Notably, the final moments also saw Theon recede back into the cretinous Reek, jumping overboard rather than attempt to save his sister.
Despite some fans taking issue with Theon’s decisions, Gemma Whelan — who plays Yara — sympathises with the character.
Speaking at the London Film and Comic Con, via Radio Times, she said: “I think a really good point has been made and he has PTSD [Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome].
Game of Thrones is coming to a close in just one more season, so it’s no surprise that this latest series of episodes is turning out to be gloriously entertaining. Better still, we’re expecting plenty more action down the line too, as key characters like Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow finally meet.
If you’re desperately looking for a way to watch the next episode of Game of Thrones then we’ve got all the information you’ll need to do so below.
But first, check out the trailer for season 7, episode 3 below:
How to watch Game of Thrones season 7 episode 3 for free
The next episode of Game of Thrones airs in the USA on Sunday, July 30, but time zone differences mean it’s not broadcast in the UK until 02:00 (BST) on Monday, July 31.
You can catch it live with bleary eyes at that early hour on Sky Atlantic, but we’d recommend viewing the re-run at 21:00 (BST) on Monday night instead. You probably won’t appreciate The Queen’s Justice if you’re half asleep, mulling excuses for your boss to explain your sloth-like workflow the next day.
Whether you want to view it live or watch it on-demand, the best option is to pick up a Now TV Entertainment pass – it’s like Sky, but on a rolling monthly basis, rather than a lengthy contract.
Better still, if you’re a first time subscriber then you can even trial the service for free for 14 days. After that, you’ll pay £6.99 per month with the option to cancel at any time.
Once you’ve got Now TV, you can watch the entire back-catalogue of Game of Thrones content, including all the latest episodes from season 7. You can even watch the Sky Atlantic channel live over the internet.