'Game Of Thrones' Episode 'The Bells' Earns Massive Ratings Record

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Headey said in Cersei's final moments with Jaime the character finally broke through her disillusion to realize what's important (as Jaime tells her right before they die, "It's all that matters", in reference to their love and their unborn child). Jasmine Estrada from Miami hopped on the Khaleesi train early, as her daughter is 6 years old now. Jon Snow - the man Dany loves - betrayed her. Instead, she could escape King's Landing and go on living her life elsewhere. On the one hand, it suggests that this Sunday's yet-untitled series finale is going to break the broadcast and overall ratings records just established by "The Bells" easily.

In a six-episode final season that has seen the top four linear results ever for Game of Thrones, already the digital numbers have rolled out significant overall increases, indicative of how the small screen is actually being watched in 2019.

Lena also gave a shout out to Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel who played Missandei, Queen Daenerys' loyal and multilingual bestie, in a separate post. "It's in that moment, on the walls of King's Landing, I think where she's looking at that symbol of everything that was taken from her, when she makes the decision to make this personal".

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While she still loves the name, Katherine wondered if her daughter would be horrified by her namesake when she wass old enough to watch the series.

'That's how I see it, and hopefully she sees it the same way, 'cuz she's just as bad'. She told radio host Chris Evans she worked about 15 days this time around and stayed primarily in Belfast on a sound stage. Prophecies are iffy to begin with, and we know they don't always come to fruition in Westeros. I don't know how I feel. It's not like she did it just 'cause.

In season 1, if someone would have guessed that Sansa Stark could be the most eligible to win the Iron Throne, we would not have believed them. What this would mean for either her unborn child or Jamie is unclear. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, she revealed that she "wanted her to have some big piece or fight with somebody".

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