(Hey, I'm not exactly known for my patience, OK?) But it's still nice to know how much longer we'll have to go before Dany & Co. fly back into our lives.
Earlier this week, the season 7 poster was revealed, teasing a clash between fire and ice.
But it won't make eager GoT fans any less impatient. The poster shows nothing but fire and ice.
The premier date - which is July 16th - was eventually revealed after seventy minutes from the time the video started. Her visit to Alberta left fans wondering whether a reunion between Arya Stark and her direwolf Nymeria was in the cards.
HBO created an event out of the premiere-date announcement for season seven of "Game of Thrones", but its major flaws truly tested fan dedication.
Winter is officially coming... we just have to wait until the middle of summer for it to get here. A Facebook Live video supposed to announce the premiere date of season 7 Thursday has been driving the internet to a level of madness fit for a king.
Right after that, the official Game of Thrones Twitter posted a 1:30 cryptic teaser.
HBO has been very careful not to give anything away - we know very little about the season.
Jon Snow isn't dead and we'll soon find out more about his past - hopefully.
A new poster is all part of the plan when it comes to promoting a news series or season. We expect season 7 to be conflict heavy, and this poster backs that up nicely.
Most interestingly, Jon Snow (played by Kit Harington) explains: "There's only one war that matters - The Great War".
"Game of Thrones" scored 23 Emmy nominations previous year, winning 12 total, including best drama. Though not all fans were thrilled with the way Game of Thrones chose to reveal the date.