#GoTS7
— Game Of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) March 9, 2017LAME.The stunt followed the reveal of the official Season 7 poster, which certainly fits into the theme of fire and ice. A giant melting block of ice being pelted with dragon fire was meant to reveal the date.But then the live video stopped without revealing a date, just confusing fans further and leading them to keep commenting even though the video said it had ended.We were just left with this, around 2:20 p.m. Like us on Facebook. Type “FIRE” in the comments to reveal the #GoTS7 premiere date: https://t.co/2PwcrelMRJpic.twitter.com/GEJxybSHg7
— Game Of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) March 9, 2017That’s right. ET:We will be back and ready for more fire soon. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina CarboneHBO sure knows how to rally the realm. We’re still waiting for the big official trailer … On March 9, “Game of Thrones” got fans going on Twitter and Facebook, asking us to type “FIRE” in the comments to reveal the Season 7 premiere date.Twitter sent fans to a Facebook Live video, with each fan’s “FIRE” appearing to blast an icy cube melting down to reveal the date.Rally the realm. and the actual premiere date.Want more stuff like this?


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