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Game Of Thrones Season 8 Episode 4 recap details

Now that the epic Battle for Winterfell is over, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) is setting her sights on King’s Landing and the Iron Throne in Sunday night’s episode. 

Dany and Jon have emerged victorious against the Night King and his army of white walkers, and now Dany is gunning for Queen Cersei (Lena Headey), but Cersei drew first blood, with a surprise ambush that lead to the shocking death of a major character.

When Dany returned to Dragonstone, Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbaek) not only attacked, but kidnapped Missandei (Nathalie Emmanuel), who was beheaded right in front of Daenerys and her beloved Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson), which will be the catalyst for, as Dany put it, The Last War.

Cersei and Euron: HBO released a brief trailer for the fourth of six episodes this season on Game of Thrones, which opened with Winterfell set ablaze and Cersei and Euron (Pilou Asbaek) watching The Golden Company from afar

Cersei and Euron: HBO released a brief trailer for the fourth of six episodes this season on Game of Thrones, which opened with Winterfell set ablaze and Cersei and Euron (Pilou Asbaek) watching The Golden Company from afar

Eye on the prize: Now that the epic Battle for Winterfell is over, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) is setting her sights on King's Landing and the Iron Throne in Sunday night's episode

Eye on the prize: Now that the epic Battle for Winterfell is over, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) is setting her sights on King’s Landing and the Iron Throne in Sunday night’s episode

The episode opened with the aftermath of the Battle of Winterfell, with the corpse of Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen), as Dany comes up and kisses him on the forehead. 

Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) is seen mourning Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen), who was also killed in the battle, as Sansa gave him a Winterfell emblem before he was one of thousands of corpses burned in a mass funeral pyre.

‘We’re here to say goodbye to our fathers and sisters, our fellow men and women who set aside their differences to fight together and die together so that others might live,’ Jon Snow (Kit Harington) says.

Jorah: The episode opened with the aftermath of the Battle of Winterfell, with the corpse of Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen), as Dany comes up and kisses him on the forehead

Jorah: The episode opened with the aftermath of the Battle of Winterfell, with the corpse of Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen), as Dany comes up and kisses him on the forehead

Jorah: The episode opened with the aftermath of the Battle of Winterfell, with the corpse of Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen), as Dany comes up and kisses him on the forehead

Theon: Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) is seen mourning Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen), who was also killed in the battle, as Sansa gave him a Winterfell emblem before he was one of thousands of corpses burned in a mass funeral pyre

Theon: Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) is seen mourning Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen), who was also killed in the battle, as Sansa gave him a Winterfell emblem before he was one of thousands of corpses burned in a mass funeral pyre

Theon: Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) is seen mourning Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen), who was also killed in the battle, as Sansa gave him a Winterfell emblem before he was one of thousands of corpses burned in a mass funeral pyre

Bloody Jon: 'We're here to say goodbye to our fathers and sisters, our fellow men and women who set aside their differences to fight together and die together so that others might live,' Jon Snow (Kit Harington) says

Bloody Jon: ‘We’re here to say goodbye to our fathers and sisters, our fellow men and women who set aside their differences to fight together and die together so that others might live,’ Jon Snow (Kit Harington) says

‘It is our duty and honor to keep them alive in memory, for those who come after them, and those who come after them, for as long as we draw breath,’ he continued.

While Snow gives his speech, the rest of the survivors look on, while torches are passed out and the funeral pyre begins. 

After the fires are lit, the survivors look on as the dead go up in flames, before they all gather together for a great victory feast, although it’s not exactly a very festive sight.

Jon's speech: 'It is our duty and honor to keep them alive in memory, for those who come after them, and those who come after them, for as long as we draw breath,' he continued

Jon’s speech: ‘It is our duty and honor to keep them alive in memory, for those who come after them, and those who come after them, for as long as we draw breath,’ he continued

Funeral pyre: While Snow gives his speech, the rest of the survivors look on, while torches are passed out and the funeral pyre begins

Funeral pyre: While Snow gives his speech, the rest of the survivors look on, while torches are passed out and the funeral pyre begins

Fiery: After the fires are lit, the survivors look on as the dead go up in flames, before they all gather together for a great victory feast, although it's not exactly a very festive sight

Fiery: After the fires are lit, the survivors look on as the dead go up in flames, before they all gather together for a great victory feast, although it's not exactly a very festive sight

Fiery: After the fires are lit, the survivors look on as the dead go up in flames, before they all gather together for a great victory feast, although it’s not exactly a very festive sight

Gendry (Joe Dempsie) asks The Hound (Rory McCann) if he’s seen Arya, and when he goes off to look for her, Dany calls to him, saying that he is Robert Baratheon’s son.

Gendry says he didn’t know Robert Baratheon was his father until after he was dead, and then Dany surprises everyone by making him the new lord of Storm’s End.

When Gendry says that’s not possible because he is a bastard, Dany then proclaims that he’s not a bastard anymore because she made it so.

Gendry: Gendry (Joe Dempsie) asks The Hound (Rory McCann) if he's seen Arya, and when he goes off to look for her, Dany calls to him, saying that he is Robert Baratheon's son

Gendry: Gendry (Joe Dempsie) asks The Hound (Rory McCann) if he’s seen Arya, and when he goes off to look for her, Dany calls to him, saying that he is Robert Baratheon’s son

Raise a glass: Gendry says he didn't know Robert Baratheon was his father until after he was dead, and then Dany surprises everyone by making him the new lord of Storm's End

Raise a glass: Gendry says he didn’t know Robert Baratheon was his father until after he was dead, and then Dany surprises everyone by making him the new lord of Storm’s End

Dany's proclomation: When Gendry says that's not possible because he is a bastard, Dany then proclaims that he's not a bastard anymore because she made it so

Dany's proclomation: When Gendry says that's not possible because he is a bastard, Dany then proclaims that he's not a bastard anymore because she made it so

Dany’s proclomation: When Gendry says that’s not possible because he is a bastard, Dany then proclaims that he’s not a bastard anymore because she made it so

When Tyrion points out how smart a move that was, Dany adds, ‘You’re not the only one that’s clever?’

Jaime also tries to fill Brienne’s cup with wine, and when she refuses, he makes a convincing argument, that they killed the dead, and if that isn’t an occassion to drink, what is? Brienne smiles and accepts the wine.

Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) chats with Davos (Liam Cunningham) about the Lord of Light, but Tyrion says that they still have ‘us to contend with,’ after defeating the dead, referring to his sister Cersei (Lena Headey).

Tyrion then chats with Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright), who says he doesn’t want to be the Lord of Winterfell, and he doesn’t really want anything anymore.

Tormund tries to get Jon Snow to chug some ale, when Dany toasts to Arya Stark, the hero of winterfell, but Arya is still nowhere to be seen.

Jaime is playing a drinking game with Brienne, a version of ‘I never,’ essentially, with Brienne

Tormund makes fun of Jon Snow for being ‘little,’ and bringing up his resurrection, but Dany seems worried about Jon, now that he has a claim to the Iron Throne, especially when Tormund calls him a King, which Varys (Conleth Hill) notices.

Drink up: Jaime also tries to fill Brienne's cup with wine, and when she refuses, he makes a convincing argument, that they killed the dead, and if that isn't an occassion to drink, what is? Brienne smiles and accepts the wine

Drink up: Jaime also tries to fill Brienne’s cup with wine, and when she refuses, he makes a convincing argument, that they killed the dead, and if that isn’t an occassion to drink, what is? Brienne smiles and accepts the wine

Drinking games: Jaime is playing a drinking game with Brienne, a version of 'I never,' essentially, with Brienne

Drinking games: Jaime is playing a drinking game with Brienne, a version of ‘I never,’ essentially, with Brienne

All smiles: Tormund tries to get Jon Snow to chug some ale, when Dany toasts to Arya Stark, the hero of winterfell, but Arya is still nowhere to be seen

All smiles: Tormund tries to get Jon Snow to chug some ale, when Dany toasts to Arya Stark, the hero of winterfell, but Arya is still nowhere to be seen

She also notices Tyrion having a good time with is brother Jaime and she’s all by herself, and she goes to leave with Varys following after.

Brienne is now drinking away, mentioning that he was married before Sansa, which he drinks to.  Tyrion then says ‘you’re a virgin,’ which Podrick (Daniel Portman) drinks to, but it makes Brienne uncomfortable, as she gets up to take a piss.

Tormund goes to follow her, but Jaime does so instead, leading Tyrion to fill up his strange horn of ale. When they all leave, Podrick finds a smiling girl to entertain.

Brothers: She also notices Tyrion having a good time with is brother Jaime and she's all by herself, and she goes to leave with Varys following after

Brothers: She also notices Tyrion having a good time with is brother Jaime and she’s all by herself, and she goes to leave with Varys following after

Podrick: Brienne is now drinking away, mentioning that he was married before Sansa, which he drinks to. Tyrion then says 'you're a virgin,' which Podrick (Daniel Portman) drinks to, but it makes Brienne uncomfortable, as she gets up to take a piss

Podrick: Brienne is now drinking away, mentioning that he was married before Sansa, which he drinks to. Tyrion then says ‘you’re a virgin,’ which Podrick (Daniel Portman) drinks to, but it makes Brienne uncomfortable, as she gets up to take a piss

Warming up: Tormund goes to follow her, but Jaime does so instead, leading Tyrion to fill up his strange horn of ale. When they all leave, Podrick finds a smiling girl to entertain

Warming up: Tormund goes to follow her, but Jaime does so instead, leading Tyrion to fill up his strange horn of ale. When they all leave, Podrick finds a smiling girl to entertain

Tormund then tells The Hound (Rory McCann) that his heart is broken and he goes off with a young girl, but when another tries to persuade him to go with her, he scares her off.

Sansa notices this and joins him, with The Hound saying she used to not be able to look at him, and she now has seen a lot worse than him.

‘You’ve changed, little bird,’ The Hound says. He says none of this would have happened if he would have left King’s Landing with him.

‘Without Littlefinger and the rest, I would have stayed a little bird all my life,’ she says, while putting her hand on his.

Little Bird 'You've changed, little bird,' The Hound says, adding, 'He says none of this would have happened if he would have left King's Landing with him.

Little Bird ‘You’ve changed, little bird,’ The Hound says, adding, ‘He says none of this would have happened if he would have left King’s Landing with him.

Sansa and The Hound: Sansa notices this and joins him, with The Hound saying she used to not be able to look at him, and she now has seen a lot worse than him

Sansa and The Hound: Sansa notices this and joins him, with The Hound saying she used to not be able to look at him, and she now has seen a lot worse than him

The Hound: Tormund then tells The Hound (Rory McCann) that his heart is broken and he goes off with a young girl, but when another tries to persuade him to go with her, he scares her off

The Hound: Tormund then tells The Hound (Rory McCann) that his heart is broken and he goes off with a young girl, but when another tries to persuade him to go with her, he scares her off

The celebration is still going on, when Gendry goes looking for Arya, finding her practicing archery. He tells her that he’s now Lord of Storm’s End, and she congratulates him but he kisses her, telling her to be with him and proposing to her, which seems to scare her at first but then she kisses him.

‘You’ll be a wonderful lord, and any lady will be lucky to have you, but I’m not a lady, never have been. That’s not me,’ Arya says, before going back to her archery practice.

Brienne is in her quarters, putting wood in the fire, when Jaime comes into her room, saying she didn’t drink in the game, pouring her a drink.

Kissing Arya: The celebration is still going on, when Gendry goes looking for Arya, finding her practicing archery. He tells her that he's now Lord of Storm's End, and she congratulates him but he kisses her, telling her to be with him and proposing to her, which seems to scare her at first but then she kisses him

Kissing Arya: The celebration is still going on, when Gendry goes looking for Arya, finding her practicing archery. He tells her that he’s now Lord of Storm’s End, and she congratulates him but he kisses her, telling her to be with him and proposing to her, which seems to scare her at first but then she kisses him

Wonderful Lord: 'You'll be a wonderful lord, and any lady will be lucky to have you, but I'm not a lady, never have been. That's not me,' Arya says, before going back to her archery practice

Wonderful Lord: ‘You’ll be a wonderful lord, and any lady will be lucky to have you, but I’m not a lady, never have been. That’s not me,’ Arya says, before going back to her archery practice

Jaime mentions that Tormund was quite mad when she left, and she mentions he sounds quite jealous, as Jaime starts taking his clothes off, and he starts taking her clothes off too.

They both disrobe and Jaime says he’s never slept with a knight before, and she says she never slept with anyone before, before they start kissing passionately.

Dany comes to Jon’s room, asking if he’s drunk, and when he gets up he stumbles, saying no, then, ‘only a little.’

Jon then starts talking about not knowing Ser Jorah well, but he died protecting her. She tells him that Jorah loved her, but she didn’t love him the way she loves Jon, when they start to kiss.

But their passionate embrace abruptly stops, with Dany saying, ‘I wish you never told me,’ referring to his true heritage.

‘I saw them gathered around you. I saw the way they looked at you. So many people have looked at me like that, but never here.’

Dany asks him to swear Samwell and Bran to secrecy and never tell anyone who he really is, because she wants it to be how it is with us.

He says that he has to tell Sansa, but Dany thinks she’ll demand Dany be gone, but Jon says he owes them the truth. Jon thinks the truth won’t destroy them, but she thinks it will, begging him not to do this.

‘You are my queen. Nothing will change that. They are my family. We can live together,’ Jon says. Dany responds, coldly, ‘We can. I just told you how,’ before leaving the room. 

Jaime lies awake next to a sleeping Brienne, when, in the war room, they find out how depleted their forces are, with Varys mentioning that The Golden Company have arrived in King’s Landing.

Varys mentions Yara Greyjoy has claimed the Iron Islands for Dany, and the new Prince of Dorne have pledged their allegiance to her.

Tyrion says that they people must see Cersei is the only enemy, and Sansa says their men are exhausted, asking for some time to rest.

An angry Dany tests Sansa, but Jon says the Northern forces will obey her commands. Tyrion says they will all head down the Kingsroad and the rest, and Dany, will head to Dragonstone.

‘In all seven kingdoms, all men will live without fear and cruelty, under their true queen,’ Dany says before leaving.

Arya says to Jon that she needs a word, as the remaining Starks talk to Jon. Arya admits that they needed Dany, but she adds that they don’t trust her.

Arya mentions they’re the last of the Starks, but he mentions he’s not a Stark, still not telling them the truth about his heritage. He looks to Bran, who only says, ‘It’s your choice.’

‘I need to tell you something, but you need to swear, you’ll never tell another soul,’ Jon begins.

He makes them swear before telling, and they do, when Jon asks Bran to tell them the truth about his heritage.

Tyrion is talking to Jaime, who says he’s staying in Winterfell with Brienne, with Tyrion joking about him and Brienne, when Bronn (Jerome Flynn) comes in with the crossbow that killed their father.

Bronn punches Tyrion in the face, telling them what Cersei promised him, but Bronn says he’s the better man, and Cersei can’t pay him if she’s dead.

Tyrion mentions that he once offered a deal to Bronn, that if anyone paid him to kill Tyrion, he’d double it, and Tyrion mentions that double The Reach, which he was promised, was Highgarden.

Tyrion gives him his word that Bronn would be the lord of Highgarden, and Jaime and Tyrion try to convince him to come with them, but he says his fighting days are done, but his killing days aren’t, before leaving.

Outside Winterfell, The Hound is on horseback, when Arya follows him. The Hound says he doesn’t like crowds, and Arya says she doesn’t either.

The Hound says he has some unfinished business in King’s Landing, and Arya says she does too, and neither of them plan on coming back.  When The Hound asks if she plans on leaving him for dead if he’s hurt again, she says, ‘Probably.’ 

Dany is with her remaining two dragons, sending one off into the sky, which Sansa watches when Tyrion approaches, as Sansa asks, ‘Why her?’

Tyrion mentions she seems ‘determined to dislike her,’ and then asks her to look at him. He says she would be the true power in the North with Jon in the capitol.

He asks why provoking her is in her best interests, Sansa says men in her family don’t do well in the capitol, but Tyrion mentions that Jon is not really a Stark, which causes her to turn from him.

Tyrion says she wants to make the world a better place, and she believes in her, before walking away, but Sansa stops him, saying, ‘What if there’s someone else? Someone better?’ 

Tormund comes up to Jon, asking if he’s not going to ride the dragon home. Tormund says he’s taking the free folk back to where they belong.

Jon asks Tormund to take his direwolf back with him, because it has no place in the ‘south.’ 

Jon says, ‘This is farewell then,’ and Tormund goes, ‘You never know,’ before saying, ‘You’ve got the North in you. The real north.’

Jon then says goodbye to Samwell (John Bradley) and Gilly (Hannah Murray), with Jon learning that they’re expecting another child.

Gilly says that if it’s another boy, they want to name him Jon, but Jon jokes, ‘I hope it’s a girl.’

Samwell says Jon is the best friend he ever had, and Jon says he was too, with Jon giving one last look to his direwolf before leaving Winterfell behind.

Dany’s fleet is setting sail, with Missandei (Nathalie Emmanuel) holding Grey Worm’s (Jacob Anderson) hand.

Tyrion tells Varys what Sansa told him, about Jon’s heritage, with Varys mentioning he has the better claim to the throne, and that people are drawn to him.

Tyrion says they still have to take King’s Landing, and maybe Cersei will kill them all, which will ‘solve all our problems.’

Dany and her dragons arrive at their ancestral home… when arrows pierce one of the dragons, who falls into the sea. 

We see Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbaek) manning the dragon-killing weapon on one of the Golden Company ships, but she does not reign fire on him.

Euron and the rest of the fleet starts to open fire on Dany’s fleet, as Tyrion is forced to jump overboard and when he comes above water, a mast falls on top of him.

Tyrion is alive though, washing up on sea with Varys, Grey Worm and many others, though their fleet is decimated.

Grey Worm makes it to the shore, screaming for his beloved Missandei, but she’s nowhere to be found.

In King’s Landing, Cersei and Euron rejoice, with Euron kneeling before her as she says their child shall rule them all. 

Cersei tells them to keep the gates open, and that if she wants to take the throne, she’ll have to kill thousands of innocents first, revealing that she has Missandei in chains.

Varys tells Dany that a siege on King’s Landing is a mistake, telling her that thousands will die, if she sets fire to King’s Landing with her one remaining dragon, Drogon.

Dany says her destiny is to free the world from tyrants and she will fulfill it no matter the cost. 

Dany says she will reach out to Cersei, asking her to surrender, and if she refuses, the deaths of thousands are on Cersei, not Dany.

Varys asks Tyrion which will be the better ruler, saying that Jon Snow doesn’t want the throne, but Tyrion thinks they should rule as King and Queen but Varys thinks she would ruin him.

Varys and Tyrion keep arguing, with Tyrion saying she will make the right choice with the help of her advisors, with Varys loyal to the realm, not the ruler.

Tyrion begs Varys, who says he’s spoken as honestly as they can, and each of them have a choice to make, and Varys prays they choose wisely.

In Winterfell, Jaime sees Brienne and Sansa talking, asking what happened, with Brienne saying that Euron ambushed them.

Sansa says she always wanted to be there when they execute his sister, but now she doesn’t think she’ll get the chance, before walking away.

Jaime looks lost in reflection while looking at Brienne, asleep, but when she wakes up, he’s gone. She finds him outside, readying his horse.

Brienne says they’re going to destroy that city, telling him that he’s a good man and he can’t save his sister. Brienne starts crying, begging him to stay with her.

‘You think I’m a good man, I pushed a boy out a tower window, crippled him for life. For Cersei. I strangled my cousin with my own hands, just for Cersei,’ he says.

‘She’s hateful, and so am I,’ he says, as Brienne breaks down crying while Jaime rides back to King’s Landing, leaving her alone.

Dany, Tyrion, Grey Worm and Varys stand in front of their soldiers, while Dany, Euron and Missandei wait on the castle ramparts, with several massive crossbows equipped at the ramparts.

An aerial view shows Dany hardly has any unsullied soldiers left, clearly outnumbered, with the door opening and Qyburn (Anton Lesser) coming out to meet their envoy, and Tyrion walking to meet him.

They both demand their queen’s surrender, with Qyburn adding Missandei will die in King’s Landing. Tyrion asks Qyburn to help him, because he doesn’t want to see the city burn.

Tyrion thinks Cersei’s reign is over, but Qyburn begs to differ, when Tyrion walks up to the wall, as archers pull back their bows.

Cersei orders the archers to stand down, with Tyrion saying he knows she doesn’t care about her people, she hates them, and they hate her.

‘You are not a monster, I know this because I have seen it,’ Tyrion says. ‘You’ve always loved your children, more than yourself, more than Jaime, more than anything. I beg you, if not for yourself, then for your child. Your reign is over, but that doesn’t mean your life has to end. It doesn’t mean your baby has to die.’

Cersei walks up to a shackled Missandei, putting her hand on Missandei, saying if she has any last words, now is the time. 

She says ‘Dracarys,’ the command Dany gives to her dragon to breathe fire, when The Mountain pulls out his sword and beheads her in front of everyone.

Dany looks more vengeful than ever, as Tyrion looks up at his sister, as Dany walks away from King’s Landing in the episode’s final scene.

HBO has also released a trailer for the fifth episode of this six-episode final season, which starts with Dany and Tyrion back at Dragonstone and Cersei in King’s Landing.

The trailer ends with a fearful Euron looking to the sky, as the unmistakable screech of Dany’s last dragon, Drogon, can be heard overheard. 

Dany's speech: The trailer also shows Daenerys giving a big speech at their victory feast in what's left of Winterfell, stating, 'We have won the great war. Now we will win the last war'

Dany’s speech: The trailer also shows Daenerys giving a big speech at their victory feast in what’s left of Winterfell, stating, ‘We have won the great war. Now we will win the last war’

Winterfell savior: However, she ultimately became Winterfell's savior, killing The Night King with her valyrian steel dagger, which also killed every other white walker

Winterfell savior: However, she ultimately became Winterfell’s savior, killing The Night King with her valyrian steel dagger, which also killed every other white walker

Funeral: The trailer also featured a brief shot of several characters like Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) and Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) carrying torches to light piles of corpses on fire with for a funeral pyre

Funeral: The trailer also featured a brief shot of several characters like Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) and Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) carrying torches to light piles of corpses on fire with for a funeral pyre

Proposal: The trailer also featured a particularly intriguing shot with Euron Greyjoy getting down on one knee for Cersei, possibly hinting at a marriage proposal

Proposal: The trailer also featured a particularly intriguing shot with Euron Greyjoy getting down on one knee for Cersei, possibly hinting at a marriage proposal

Dany's fleet: There are also shots of Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), Daenerys' fleet, Dany and one of her dragons with a final shot of Cersei and Euron, with Dany stating, 'We'll rip her out, root and stem'

Dany’s fleet: There are also shots of Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), Daenerys’ fleet, Dany and one of her dragons with a final shot of Cersei and Euron, with Dany stating, ‘We’ll rip her out, root and stem’

Last week’s episode, The Long Night, set a new series record for viewership, with 17.8 million viewers tuning in on HBO and HBO Go and HBO Now streaming platforms.

The previous viewership record was 17.4 million viewers who tuned in during the Season 8 premiere on April 14.

HBO also announced last week that the Season 8 premiere has now surpassed 38 million viewers total on all HBO platforms.

New record: Last week's episode, The Long Night, set a new series record for viewership, with 17.8 million viewers tuning in on HBO and HBO Go and HBO Now streaming platforms

New record: Last week’s episode, The Long Night, set a new series record for viewership, with 17.8 million viewers tuning in on HBO and HBO Go and HBO Now streaming platforms

Season high: The previous viewership record was 17.4 million viewers who tuned in during the Season 8 premiere on April 14

Season high: The previous viewership record was 17.4 million viewers who tuned in during the Season 8 premiere on April 14

Battle plans: HBO also announced last week that the Season 8 premiere has now surpassed 38 million viewers total on all HBO platforms

Battle plans: HBO also announced last week that the Season 8 premiere has now surpassed 38 million viewers total on all HBO platforms

 

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