The Index Of Game Of Thrones (Season 1 To 8) – All You Need To Know About

In essence, the popular series Game of Thrones is about humanity’s fight to cooperate against all odds and vanquish the bigger evil. similar to Lord of the Rings That is how Game of Thrones is seen in its entirety.

Each character narrates their own story, each of which has a deeper significance. In order to deliver a meaningful narrative with highs and lows, TV shows today need to include diverse plot points that interact with one another.

Game Of Thrones Season 1-8

Index Of Game Of Thrones

Season Episodes Aired Date ( Original)
First aired Last aired
1 10 April 17, 2011 June 19, 2011
2 10 April 1, 2012 June 3, 2012
3 10 March 31, 2013 June 9, 2013
4 10 April 6, 2014 June 15, 2014
5 10 April 12, 2015 June 14, 2015
6 10 April 24, 2016 June 26, 2016
7 7 July 16, 2017 August 27, 2017
8 6 April 14, 2019 May 19, 2019

Season 1: Winter Is Coming

Soldiers of the Night’s Watch are ambushed by supernatural White Walkers to the north of Westeros’ Seven Kingdoms. One soldier manages to get away, but he is caught at Castle Winterfell. He is put to death for deserting by Warden of the North, Eddard “Ned” Stark. Later, six abandoned dire wolf pups are discovered, and each Stark sibling, including Ned’s idiot son Jon Snow, receives one of the puppies. 

Jon Arryn, the Hand of the King, passes away unexpectedly at King’s Landing, the capital of the Seven Kingdoms. An old friend of Ned’s, King Robert Baratheon, comes to Winterfell to recruit Ned and suggest a union between his son Joffrey and Sansa, Ned’s daughter. Jon Arryn’s widow, Lysa, writes a letter to her sister, Catelyn (Ned’s wife), in which she accuses the Lannisters—Queen Cersei’s family—of murdering Arryn.

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “Winter Is Coming” View Here
2 “The Kingsroad” View Here
3 “Lord Snow” View Here
4 “Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things” View Here
5 “The Wolf and the Lion” View Here
6 “A Golden Crown” View Here
7 “You Win or You Die” View Here
8 “The Pointy End” View Here
9 “Baelor” View Here
10 “Fire and Blood” View Here

Season 2: The KingsRoad

Ned along with his daughters, Sansa and Arya, come to King’s Landing as the next Hand of the King. His son, Bran is unconscious, so Catelyn is staying at Winterfell to take care of him. When an assassin attacks Bran, Catelyn repels him, and Summer, Bran’s dire wolf, kills him. Catelyn believes the Lannisters were responsible for the assault. 

Jon, Ned’s illegitimate son, travels up north with his uncle, Benjen Stark to join the Night’s Watch, who guard the Wall, a vast ice construction that separates Westeros’ civilized population from the Wildling tribes and the legendary White Walkers. Jon gave tomboy Arya a small sword that she calls “Needle” before leaving. Jon is accompanied to the Wall by Tyrion Lannister, a dwarf commonly known as “The Imp”, who is Queen Cersei’s younger brother.

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “The North Remembers” View Here
2 “The Night Lands” View Here
3 “What Is Dead May Never Die” View Here
4 “Garden of Bones” View Here
5 “The Ghost of Harrenhal” View Here
6 “The Old Gods and the New” View Here
7 “A Man Without Honor” View Here
8 “The Prince of Winterfell” View Here
9 “Blackwater” View Here
10 “Valar Morghulis” View Here

Season 3: Lord Snow

When Ned enters the King’s Small Council, he discovers how poorly run and indebted Westeros has been. Councillor Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish, a boyhood friend, intercepts Catelyn as she journeys to King’s Landing to clandestinely alert her husband of the attempted murder. Bran discovers he will never be able to walk again and is unable to recall the circumstances that led to his fall. Jon has a hard time adjusting to life on the Wall. 

The once-elite Night’s Watch now takes on numerous low-born and/or ex-criminals because Jon’s bloodline doesn’t impress them. Tyrion is tasked with pleading with the King to send more recruits to the Night’s Watch on behalf of Lord Commander Mormont. Despite being pregnant, Daenerys confronts her brother Viserys and threatens to report him if he ever mistreats her once more.

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “Valar Dohaeris” View Here
2 “Dark Wings, Dark Words” View Here
3 “Walk of Punishment” View Here
4 “And Now His Watch Is Ended” View Here
5 “Kissed by Fire” View Here
6 “The Climb” View Here
7 “The Bear and the Maiden Fair” View Here
8 “Second Sons” View Here
9 “The Rains of Castamere” View Here
10 “Mhysa” View Here

Season 4: Cripples, Bastards, And Broken Things

Tyrion makes a visit to Winterfell on his way back to King’s Landing and gives the Starks a saddle that will allow Bran the paraplegic to ride a horse. Ned looks into Jon Arryn’s death covertly. He finds Gendry, an armorer and one of King Robert’s illegitimate children, during this process. Ned views the tournament that Robert and his guests attend as an unnecessary expenditure. Jon takes action to save Samwell Tarly, a shy and lonely Night’s Watch recruit, from the abuse of the other Watchmen. 

While Arya sees a very different destiny, Sansa hopes to one day become queen. Catelyn, the daughter of Lord Hoster Tully, meets Tyrion Lannister by chance at a roadside inn. She gathers the Riverrun supporters of her father in order to place Tyrion under arrest for planning to kill her son.

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “Two Swords” View Here
2 “The Lion and the Rose” View Here
3 “Breaker of Chains” View Here
4 “Oathkeeper” View Here
5 “First of His Name” View Here
6 “The Laws of Gods and Men” View Here
7 “Mockingbird” View Here
8 “The Mountain and the Viper” View Here
9 “The Watchers on the Wall” View Here
10 “The Children” View Here

Season 5: The Wolf And The Lion

Varys, a eunuch spy for King Robert, has discovered Daenerys Targaryen’s pregnancy. Ned dismisses Robert’s assassination scheme because he doesn’t see Daenerys as a threat. He upsets the king by resigning from his position as Robert’s Hand. At her sister Lysa Arryn’s castle house in the Eyrie, Catelyn arrives with her prisoner, Tyrion. 

King’s Landing receives word of Tyrion’s capture, and Ned is pressed for information by Jaime Lannister, the Queen’s identical twin. An angry Jaime orders the execution of Ned’s men and engages Ned in combat until one of Jaime’s men stabs Ned in the leg from behind, injuring him.

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “The Wars to Come” View Here
2 “The House of Black and White” View Here
3 “High Sparrow” View Here
4 “Sons of the Harpy” View Here
5 “Kill the Boy” View Here
6 “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken” View Here
7 “The Gift” View Here
8 “Hardhome” View Here
9 “The Dance of Dragons” View Here
10 “Mother’s Mercy” View Here

Season 6: A Golden Crown

Ned is reappointed as Hand by King Robert, who gives him charge of managing affairs until Robert gets back from his hunting trip. News of crimes done by raiders, commanded, Ned surmises, by Ser Gregor Clegane, a Lannister retainer, is brought by villagers from Riverrun. Ned declares Tywin Lannister to be a defendant and executes Ser Gregor. Ned makes the decision to return Arya and Sansa to Winterfell after their reconciliation with Joffrey. 

Ned has learned that Joffrey and his two brothers were actually fathered by Jaime Lannister and are not Robert’s biological children. Rogue Wildings assaults Bran as he tests out his new saddle. Theon, Ned’s captive ward whose father, King Balon, was a fallen rebel, and Robb, Ned’s eldest son, free him as well as the slave Osha Wilding.

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “The Red Woman” View Here
2 “Home” View Here
3 “Oathbreaker” View Here
4 “Book of the Stranger” View Here
5 “The Door” View Here
6 “Blood of My Blood” View Here
7 “The Broken Man” View Here
8 “No One” View Here
9 “Battle of the Bastards” View Here
10 “The Winds of Winter” View Here

Season 7: You Win Or You Die

Ned approaches Cersei in King’s Landing, stating he will tell King Robert that he knows Jaime is the father of her children. Robert is gravely injured while hunting a boar before he can. Robert declares Ned to be the “Protector of the Realm ” until his heir may take the kingdom as he lies dying. Ned changes the phrase to read the king’s legitimate heir. Ned notifies Robert’s brother Stannis, who is the legitimate successor to the crown. 

Petyr Baelish is tasked by Ned with winning the City Watch’s allegiance. When Ned faces Cersei and Joffrey in the royal room following Robert’s passing, Baelish and the City Watch betray him and start attacking his soldiers.

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “Dragonstone” View Here
2 “Stormborn” View Here
3 “The Queen’s Justice” View Here
4 “The Spoils of War” View Here
5 “Eastwatch” View Here
6 “Beyond the Wall” View Here
7 “The Dragon and the Wolf” View Here

Season 8: The Pointy End

After Syrio Forel, her Braavosian sword teacher, repels guards intended to arrest her, Arya is able to flee the Red Keep while Sansa is taken, prisoner. When Robb receives the news, he gets the Northern army ready to battle the Lannisters while leaving Bran in charge of Winterfell. Catelyn departs to join Robb’s camp after Lysa declines to battle the Lannisters. Shagga, the chief of the Stone Crows tribe, is encircling Tyrion and Bronn. 

Tyrion persuades them to accompany him to Tywin Lannister, who would compensate them. Tywin requests Shagga’s assistance at the camp in order to confront the Starks in exchange for increased compensation. Some White Walker-affected bodies have been discovered at the Wall. One rises and charges Commander Mormont as a wight, but Jon kills it.

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “Winterfell” View Here
2 “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms” View Here
3 “The Long Night” View Here
4 “The Last of the Starks” View Here
5 “The Bells” View Here
6 “The Iron Throne” View Here

Where To Watch

HBO is the authorized broadcaster of Game of Thrones. So, much like other TV shows and movies, you may watch the show on the HBO channel on your television. Given the personal and violent situations, you can also view it on the Hotstar app if you can’t see it on television. Additionally, STAR World streams the show continuously throughout the year.

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Few Final Words

The HBO series based on the book, Game of Thrones, is called after the first book in George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire novel series. It features sword fights, dragons, kings, queens, knights, magic, and monsters. Along with a lot of sex, violence, and possibly even more violence. It contains a deep backstory that goes back centuries, characters who you’ll adore just to have ruthlessly taken away from you, and characters that you’ll loathe that hang around for much too long. Game of Thrones is for you if you enjoy sex, violence, fantasy, complex plots, diverse characters, and world-building.