Index Of Game Of Thrones (Season 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 And Up To Season 8): Cast & Reviews

Index Of Game Of Thrones

You do not have to doubt when someone says Game of Thrones is one of the best series ever produced in the world. It is an American fantasy series involving grandeur sets and locations that are a visual treat to the eyes. The series is shot based on the book ‘The Game of Thrones’ by George R. R. Martin. It is a story about the power struggle of different ancient families to attain the seven kingdoms in Westeros. As the families struggle to get hold of the seven kingdoms, the dead rise from the ground more powerful than ever to fight against them.

As the series is set during the ancient period, the costumes and look of the cast in Game of Thrones are meticulously designed to represent the old kings, queens, and other people of the ancient era. The series first premiered on HBO on April 17, 2011. It is produced by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. It has a total of eight seasons. The series ended by May 19, 2019. The biggest highlight of the series is its cast.

As there are uncountable numbers of roles played by numerous people in the whole series with amazing involvement, you would soon forget you are on Earth and enter the world of Westeros once you start watching the series. The cast has been done so perfectly that at the end of every season, you do not want to wait to watch the next. You would have so many of your favorite characters at the end of every season. Every season is shot most boldly and explicitly. If you are someone who hasn’t watched this yet, you sure are missing one of the greatest series ever been produced. Now, let’s take a look at the plot, summary, and details of every season along with the important characters in each season.

Game of Thrones Cast & Main characters from all seasons

  • Sean Bean as Ned Stark

Sean Bean as Ned Stark

  • Michelle Fairley as Catelyn Stark

Michelle Fairley as Catelyn Stark

  • Kit Harington as Jon Snow

Kit Harington as Jon Snow

  • Vladimír Furdík as Night King

Vladimír Furdík as Night King

  • Maisie Williams as Arya Stark

Maisie Williams as Arya Stark

  • Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark

Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark

  • Richard Madden as Robb Stark

Richard Madden as Robb Stark

  • Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister

Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister

  • Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister

Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister

  • Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Jaime Lannister

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Jaime Lannister

  • Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen

Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen

  • Jason Momoa as Khal Drogo

Jason Momoa as Khal Drogo

  • Aidan Gillen as Petyr Baelish

Aidan Gillen as Petyr Baelish

  • Iwan Rheon as Ramsay Snow

Iwan Rheon as Ramsay Snow

  • John Bradley as Samwell Tarly

John Bradley as Samwell Tarly

Index of Game of Thrones (Season 1 to Season 8)

Index of Game of Thrones Season 1

Index of Game of Thrones Season 1

  • Release date: 17 April 2011 
  • Episodes titles:
    1. Winter is Coming
    2. The Kingsroad
    3. Lord Snow
    4. Cripples, Bastard, and Broken Things
    5. The Wolf and The Lion
    6. A Golden Crown
    7. You Win, or You Die
    8. The Pointy End
    9. Baelor
    10. Fire and Blood   
  Name of Episode Availabality
Episode 1 Winter is Coming Watch Now
Episode 2 The Kingsroad Watch Now
Episode 3 Lord Snow Watch Now
Episode 4 Cripples, Bastard, and Broken Things Watch Now
Episode 5 The Wolf and The Lion Watch Now
Episode 6 A Golden Crown Watch Now
Episode 7 You Win, or You Die Watch Now
Episode 8 The Pointy End Watch Now
Episode 9 Baelor Watch Now
Episode 10 Fire and Blood Watch Now

Season 1 – Overview and Summary 

The very first episode shows the family of Ned Stark, who is the head of the Stark family, Lord of Winterfell, and the Hand and friend of King Robert. In King’s Landing, Cersei Lannister is King Robert’s wife. When siblings Jaime and Cersei Lannister visit Winterfell, Ned Stark’s son Bran sees themhaving sex. Jaime pushes him out of the window and he breaks his legs. 

In Pentos, Targaryens are shown. Targaryens earlier held the throne, which is now held by King Robert. Daenerys Targaryen gets married to Khal Drogo without her will. Daenerys receives three dragon eggs as a marriage prize. After King Robert’s death, Ned is also executed in the first season in front of Arya Stark and Sansa Stark by Lannisters as they want to control the throne and his daughter Sansa is held as a hostage in King’s Landing. 

Another daughter Arya Stark gets lost with new people and travels to new places. His bastard son Jon Snow tries to find Benjen Stark as he cannot go back to his father from Night’s watch. The highlight of the first season is Daenerys’ new avatar. She gives birth to three dragons after entering into the fire as her husband has died. Fire cannot kill her as she is a true Targaryen.

Index of Game of Thrones Season 2

Index of Game of Thrones Season 2

  • Release date: April 1, 2012
  • Episodes titles:
    1. The North Remembers
    2. The Night Lands
    3. What is Dead may never Die
    4. Garden of Bones
    5. The Ghost of Harrenhal
    6. The Old Gods And The New
    7. A Man Without Honor
    8. The Prince of Winterfell
    9. Blackwater
    10. Valar Morghulis 
  Name of Episode Availabality
Episode 1 The North Remembers Watch Now
Episode 2 The Night Lands Watch Now
Episode 3 What is Dead may never Die Watch Now
Episode 4 Garden of Bones Watch Now
Episode 5 The Ghost of Harrenhal Watch Now
Episode 6 The Old Gods and The New Watch Now
Episode 7 A Man without Honor Watch Now
Episode 8 The Prince of Winterfell Watch Now
Episode 9 Blackwater Watch Now
Episode 10 Valar Morghulis Watch Now

Season 2 Overview and Summary

After King Robert’s death, his son Joffrey heirs to his throne, but he is the cruelest king ever. Robb captures Jaime and in return asks for his two sisters. Catelyn Stark meets Robert’s brother Renly Baratheon and asks for help to fight against the Lannisters. Tyrion Lannister finds a spy sent by Cersei in the council. Theon Greyjoy is asked to choose between his father and Starks family. Theon leaves the Starks and joins his father. 

Daenerys travels to the ‘Garden of Bones’ and stays in the City of Qarth. Arya is kept as a cupbearer by Lord Tywin. Jon snow is captured by Ygritte, a wildling. Jaime Lannister meets Catelyn Stark after escaping from Robb. Theon Greyjon did not kill Bran Stark and Rickon but fakes it. Daenerys travels with Jorah after finding her dragon. 

At the end of the season, Margery is deciding to marry Joffrey and Tywin is the new hand of the king. Brienne and Jaime get close and she takes him back to King’s Landing. Arya gets a coin from Jaqen, with ‘Valar Morghulis’ written over it.

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 3

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 3

  • Release date: March 31, 2013
  • Episodes titles:
    1. Valar Dohaeris
    2. Dark Wings, Dark Words
    3. Walk of Punishment
    4. And Now The Watch is Ended
    5. Kissed by Fire
    6. The Climb
    7. The Bear and The Maiden Fair
    8. Second Sons
    9. The Rains of Castamere 
    10. Mhysa  
Name of Episode Availabality
Episode 1 Valar Dohaeris Watch Now
Episode 2 Dark Wings, Dark Words Watch Now
Episode 3 Walk of Punishment Watch Now
Episode 4 And Now The Watch is Ended Watch Now
Episode 5 Kissed by Fire Watch Now
Episode 6 The Climb Watch Now
Episode 7 The Bear and The Maiden Fair Watch Now
Episode 8 Second Sons Watch Now
Episode 9 The Rains of Castamere Watch Now
Episode 10 Mhysa Watch Now

Season 3 Overview and Summary

In the third season, the marriage of Robb and Walder Frey’s daughter takes place. This episode has some of the brutal killings. Catelyn Stark and Robb’s army are killed at the wedding. Robb is also killed by Roose Bolton. Walder Frey gets Riverrun as a prize by Tywin, who planned these brutal killings. 

Winterfell gets into the hands of Roose Bolton and his bastard son. Though Arya sees these killings, she escapes from the place. Tywin makes plans for Sansa Stark’s marriage and Margery is told to marry Joffrey. Margery gets close to Sansa. Stannis Baratheon wants to kill Robb, Balon, and Joffrey Lannister. Melisandre utilizes Gendry’s blood for her black magic purposes. 

Daenerys frees the city slaves in Yunkai. They call her ‘mother’. The season’s ending would give you goosebumps as Daenerys is carried above by the slaves, with her gigantic dragons flying on the top of her and people. Her growth to a much higher position is shown slowly through every season. 


Index of Game Of Thrones Season 4

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 4

  • Release date: April 6, 2014
  • Episodes titles:
    1. Two Swords
    2. The Lion and The Rose
    3. Breaker of Chains
    4. Oathkeeper
    5. First of His Name
    6. The Laws of Gods and Men
    7. Mocking Bird
    8. The Mountain and The Viper
    9. The Watchers and the Wall
    10. The Children      
Name of Episode Availabality
Episode 1 Two Swords Watch Now
Episode 2 The Lion and The Rose Watch Now
Episode 3 Breaker of Chains Watch Now
Episode 4 Oathkeeper Watch Now
Episode 5 First of His Name Watch Now
Episode 6 The Laws of Gods and Men Watch Now
Episode 7 Mocking Bird Watch Now
Episode 8 The Mountain and The Viper Watch Now
Episode 9 The Watchers and the Wall Watch Now
Episode 10 The Children Watch Now

Season 4 Overview and Summary

Jon Snow tricks Ygritte to return to the Night’s watch. Sam kills a white walker with a dragon glass, which is one of the important storylines of the season. Bran is given the dragon glass by Sam for safety purposes. The season sees one of the iconic villains of the series ‘Ramsay Snow’, bastard of Bolton. He captures Theon and tortures him. 

Daenerys captures cities with her dragons and rises her power. Lannister gains Boltons and House Frey as their allies. Bran finally meets the three-eyed raven. Daenerys is now a powerful person with unsullied armies and three gigantic dragons. Lysa Arryn is proposed by Little Finger for marriage, but she doesn’t know it is a fake one for strategy. 

The season’s biggest highlight is Joffrey’s death. He is poisoned by Ollena. But, Cersei thinks Sansa and Tyrion have plotted Joffrey’s death. Knowing this, Sansa escapes from King’s Landing and Tyrion is captured by Cersei. Jaime knows Tyrion did not plot Joffrey’s murder. Tyrion kills his father. Arya searches for Jaqen after attacking the hound.  


Index of Game Of Thrones Season 5

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 5

  • Release date: April 12, 2015
  • Episodes titles:
    1. The Wars to Come
    2. The House of Black and White
    3. High Sparrow
    4. Sons of The Harpy
    5. Kill the Boy
    6. Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
    7. The Gift 
    8. Hardhome
    9. The Dance of Dragons
    10. Mother’s Mercy
Name of Episode Availabality
Episode 1 The Wars to Come Watch Now
Episode 2 The House of Black and White Watch Now
Episode 3 High Sparrow Watch Now
Episode 4 Sons of The Harpy Watch Now
Episode 5 Kill the Boy Watch Now
Episode 6 Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken Watch Now
Episode 7 The Gift Watch Now
Episode 8 Hardhome Watch Now
Episode 9 The Dance of Dragons Watch Now
Episode 10 Mother’s Mercy Watch Now

Season 5 Overview and Summary

After the murder of Oberyn, Cersei worries about her daughter Marcella, who is in Dorne. She sends Jaime to bring back their daughter. Cersei is captured by the Black Sparrow when they come to know of her adultery with her brother. She walks with shame in front of the people of King’s Landing. They throw shit and garbage on her when she walks without any dress. She seeks help from the mountain and Qyburn. 

When Jaime tells Marcella that he is her father, she immediately dies due to poisoning by Ellaria Sand. Varys takes Tyrion to Meeran to join with Daenerys. After Daenerys agrees to marry Hizdahr zo Loraq, she is attacked and saved by Ser Jorah. Both of them are later captured by the Army of Dothraki. 

Arya learns how to be a faceless person. During the learning, she is blinded as a punishment. Sansa is married by Ramsay Snow, a brutal person. Little finger planned to get her to Ramsay. Theon witnesses the torture of Sansa by Ramsay. 

Theon soon helps Sansa to get away from Winterfell. Jon Snow’s character development is the highlight of season 5. He becomes the Lord Commander of Night’s watch after he kills a dead walker with Valerian Steel Sword. The season ends with the shocking death of Jon Snow, who gets killed by his mates because of jealousy.


Index of Game Of Thrones Season 6

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 6

  • Release date: April 24, 2016
  • Episodes titles:
    1. The Red Woman
    2. Home
    3. Oathbreaker
    4. Book of the stranger
    5. The Door
    6. Blood of My Blood
    7. The Broken Man
    8. No One Watch Now
    9. Battle of the Bastard
    10. The Winds of Winter     
  Name of Episode Availabality
Episode 1 The Red Woman Watch Now
Episode 2 Home Watch Now
Episode 3 Oathbreaker Watch Now
Episode 4 Book of the stranger Watch Now
Episode 5 The Door Watch Now
Episode 6 Blood of My Blood Watch Now
Episode 7 The Broken Man Watch Now
Episode 8 No One Watch Now
Episode 9 Battle of the Bastard Watch Now
Episode 10 The Winds of Winter Watch Now

Season 6 Overview and Summary

Season 6 was one of the most-awaited seasons as the GOT fans were waiting to know what happened to Jon Snow. To their happiness, Jon Snow comes back alive due to Melisandre’s magic. He goes to Winterfell. Sansa is rescued by Brienne and Podrick, while Rickon is killed by Ramsay Snow. The season has the most popular ‘Battle of the Bastard’ episode, in which Jon Snow and Ramsay Snow fight against each other. Ramsay is killed in the battle. 

Tommen dies and Cersei tries to kill Margery, Loras, and many others to become the Queen. Jaime goes to Riverrun. After surviving in the fire caused by the Dothraki Army, Daenerys goes back to Meeran along with Jorah, Tyrion, and her Dragons. She kills all the leaders of Meeran. When white walkers try to kill Bran, he is saved by Hodor. 

Arya will get her eye power back. Bran learns so many things about white walkers and he is now a three-eyed raven who can see the past. He also gains the power to change the future. The season has the biggest revelation in the history of Game of Thrones. 

Bran sees in the past and finds out Jon Snow is the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaeghar Targaryen and Daenerys is none but his aunt. This changes a lot of things.

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 7

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 7

  • Release date: July 16, 2017
  • Episodes titles:
    1. Dragonstone
    2. Stormborn
    3. The Queen’s Justice
    4. The Spoils of War
    5. Eastwatch
    6. Beyond the Wall
    7. The Dragon and The Wolf            
Name of Episode Availabality
Episode 1 Dragonstone Watch Now
Episode 2 Stormborn Watch Now
Episode 3 The Queen’s Justice Watch Now
Episode 4 The Spoils of War Watch Now
Episode 5 Eastwatch Watch Now
Episode 6 Beyond the Wall Watch Now
Episode 7 The Dragon and The Wolf Watch Now

Season 7 Overview and Summary

This season shows Arya Stark as one of the most powerful persons. She takes her revenge on all those who killed her mother and her family. She comes back to Winterfell after years to meet Jon Snow. The Stark siblings reunite after years. Sam treats Jorah and finds that Dragonglass can kill White walkers and Dragonstone is made of Dragon glass. 

Daenerys meets Jon Snow and asks him to bend his knee to her. Jon warns Daenerys about the Night King and his army of the dead. Daenerys wants to work with the Lannisters together to kill the huge army of white walkers. 

Jaime kills Onella and his army is attacked by Daenerys’ dragons. When Daenerys and Jon try to capture one of the dead walkers, one of her dragon is killed. The dragon that got killed is now a dead walker and one of the biggest threats to her. Jon and Daenerys convince Cersei to send her army to kill the Night King, but Cersei has lied. Jaime did not like this and joins with Daenerys. Arya kills Little finger. 

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 8

Index of Game Of Thrones Season 8

  • Release date: April 14, 2019
  • Episodes titles:
    1. Winterfell
    2. A knight of the seven kingdom
    3. The Long Knight 
    4. The last of the Starks
    5. The Bells
    6. The Iron Throne 
Name of Episode Availabality
Episode 1 Winterfell Watch Now
Episode 2 A knight of the seven kingdom Watch Now
Episode 3 The Long Knight Watch Now
Episode 4 The last of the Starks Watch Now
Episode 5 The Bells Watch Now
Episode 6 The Iron Throne Watch Now

Season 8 Overview and Summary

The last season of GOT is the epic battle between those who aim for the Iron Throne and everyone’s battle against the Night King. Daenerys joins with wildlings and the northern army to kill the white walkers and night king. Bran is protected by Theon and Ironborn from the night king. Melisandre lights up the fire to fight back against the night king. 

Jaime and Brienne fall in love and Arya and Gendry get close. The night king is finally stabbed by Arya with her Valerian sword. Jon Snow tells about his original identity to Sansa, Daenerys, and Arya. Daenerys has Jaime, Arya, Brienne, Jon on her side to claim the iron throne. 

Euron kills Missandei and Daenerys burns the city in a rage killing so many innocent people. Jon and Tyrion cannot fathom Daenerys’ cruel action. Jaime and Cersei die together while Daenerys burns the city. Jon feels Daenerys’ action is not moral and kills her. The dragon gets rage as its mother is killed, it melts the iron throne in front of Jon. Bran Stark is the King of Iron thrones now, with Tyrion as his hand. Sansa is the Queen of Winterfell and Jon Snows goes back to the west of Westeros. Sam, Brienne, Bronn, and Davos work with Bran.

What made season 8 bad?

Game of Thrones, which is one of the most viewed web series to date has got a reputation that precedes itself. After seven successful seasons, the audience was excited to see how things would end in the final season.

However, the ending was probably one of the most disappointing in the history of the web series. Not only was it rushed, but many fans report that it was non-sensical, which is one of the main reasons why it received so much backlash.

The writers and the directors were heavily blamed for not doing justice to the show’s ending, especially with seven seasons before it.

Are they making a season 9 of Game of Thrones?

If you are an avid fan of Game of Thrones, chances are that you might be disappointed with how the creators ended Season 8. There were a lot of expectations put into the show’s last season but somehow, things haven’t worked out the way one expected.

Now, that aside, most of the audience is still anticipating a come-back with Season 9. Is it happening? There are heightened chances that it isn’t. Francesca Orsi, who is the head of HBO’s team of drama, has confirmed that the show is most likely wrapping things up with Season 8. 

Orsi also confirmed that there isn’t any information from the showrunner as well, regarding the show’s new season.

Is the Game of Thrones series completed?

Surprisingly, Game of Thrones did end after eight seasons, meaning that there aren’t any chances of the show returning. 

That said, the finale episode came full circle bringing in a lot of explanations for events that happened throughout the show. However, despite filling in the loopholes, even the last episode of the show managed to leave the majority of the audience confused about things.

The audience has claimed that there is a lot of explaining that the creators and writers of the show have left unanswered.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Game of Thrones

Where is Game of Thrones currently streaming?

Game of Thrones is currently streaming on Disney plus Hotstar. You can watch all the seasons there. 

How long is each episode in Game of Thrones? 

Each episode in Game of Thrones will last about an hour. 

Is Game of Thrones based on a book

Yes. Game of Thrones series is based on a book of the same name by George RR Martin. 

Which season is the most popular one in Game of Thrones? 

Though all the seasons are very popular, the fourth season was the most popular one for its powerful up-gradation of characters of Jon Snow, Daenerys, Sansa Stark, and Lannisters. 

How much did the cast members make from the show?

According to rumors and statistics, a rough estimate suggests that the primary cast on the show, including Emilia Clarke, Kit Harrington, Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, and Waldau all earned an estimated $1.1 million per episode, giving them the share of the profits from the syndication payments that come around from 170 countries.

What are the names of all the houses in the show’s plot?

The show’s plot included nine Great Houses in Westeros, including House Lannister, House Tyrell, House Arryn, House Targaryen, House Martell, House Baratheon, House Stark, House Greyjoy, and House Tully.

Who has the Valyrian Sword in the show?

Seven known swords exist in Westeros. The name of the swords including Longclaw, Oathkeeper, Heartsbane, Lady Forlain, Red Rain, Widow’s Wail, Brightroar. The first three important swords belong to Jon Snow, Brienne of Tarth, and Samwell Tarly respectively.

Who were Jon Snow’s parents in Game of Thrones?

The pivotal character, Jon Snow’s lineage has brought along a lot of controversies. While the beginning of the show tells that Jon Snow is Ned Stark’s illegitimate son, it was revealed later in the show that he was Lyana Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen’s son. So, when in the first season you witness Ned telling Jon Snow that “you might not have my name but you have my blood, things do start to make sense then.”

Who is the rightful heir to the Iron Throne?

Right from the beginning of the show, everyone has been consistently behind finding the rightful heir to the iron throne. While there have been a lot of speculations, after six seasons, it was revealed that the rightful heir was Gendry, the blacksmith, who was the bastard son of Robert Baratheon. He was the one who travelled with Arya in the early seasons.

Is the game of thrones 18+?

Game of Thrones is strictly 18+ and not ideal for kids. It isn’t even the sexual and incestuous content but the show contains a lot of violence and gore, blood and wars that might not be suitable for kids or even teenagers under 18 for that matter.

What category is Game of Thrones?

Game of Thrones is a fantasy drama television series that involve a lot of different elements, including violence, action, romance, and a touch of horror and thriller mixed into it. But, overall, it is a fantasy drama.

Can a 13-year-old read Game of Thrones?

Unlike the show, which is 18+ since it contains a lot of graphic scenes, the actual novel is suitable for a mature 13-year-old. However, we’d recommend that, as a parent, you decide whether or not your kid should be reading the book or not.

Is Game of Thrones overhyped?

Game of Thrones is undoubtedly one of the most overhyped shows and it isn’t everyone’s cup of tea as well. If you can handle the gore and over-sexualization, we’d recommend you go for it since the plot is tantalizing.