The Official ‘Game of Thrones’ Trailer Dropped Today and I Refuse to Watch it.

Were less than two months away from Season 7 of Game of Thrones taking over our lives once again and as I am typing this article up my news feed is being blown up from people chatting about this trailer.

GOT is arguably one of the greatest TV series ever created. The character development, the twist and turns of falling in love with a character only to have your heart ripped out when they die is what keeps us fans coming back for more. Fans want every little detail they can get of the upcoming season and I for one don’t want anything to do with that.

got7_0420_3980_layout_v553_.JPG

I’m weird when it comes to TV shows and movies that I want to see, I will typically watch the trailer once then shun myself from ever viewing anything related to what I want to see until that episode airs or I head to the movie theaters. I don’t want to know anything as to whats going on, I want to be shocked, I want my jaw hitting the floor, as soon as I see the credits air I change the channel because I don’t want to know what happens in the next episode.

Helen Sloan - HBO (Photo 5).JPG

If you’re like me, even in the slightest then devote some time on Sunday to sit down and watch this season its going to be great, yes there will probably be an episode or two were nobody dies and nothing really happens, but we know that means something BIG will go down later. If you cant watch GOT on Sunday then here’s some tips to avoid hearing spoilers….

  1. Mute your phone or turn it off. Your friends might get trigger happy and start sending out those texts or calls when the big cliff hanger finally happens and you don’t want to unsuspectingly find out that someone died.
  2. DON’T go on any social media platform. I think that’s pretty self explanatory, people cant control themselves.
  3. View the show as soon as possible. You don’t want to be that person at work on Monday that didn’t watch.

Winter is coming…..

giphy



Two Buttons Deep is a news & entertainment website based in upstate New York.
We don’t just post the news, we post stuff worth talking about

Visit our newsfeed, and stay up to date on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.