Why you’re about to watch a new TV show and how to keep up with its latest episodes
This week’s TV news is full of interesting TV shows that will keep you on your toes for the long haul.
And some are just downright weird.
Read on to find out what’s coming up on TV this week.
The latest episode of Game of Thrones season seven (pictured above) will be broadcast on Tuesday, May 23, at 9pm (UK time).
That’s right, the show will be airing on Channel 4 at 9.30pm (GMT).
The last episode of this season aired at 10.20pm (CEST).
The season finale of Sherlock premiered at 9:00pm (NZ time).
So what’s new?
What do you need to know before watching Game of the Thrones?
Here are some of the things you need not to know about Game of The Thrones:The series is filmed in Belfast.
It takes place in the fictional town of Derry (population 1,664) which is one of the most densely populated places in the country.
It is also the setting for the hit BBC television series Sherlock.
The show has also been adapted into several films.
In fact, the BBC has confirmed that the show has been made into a film in the US, although there has not yet been a release date.
There is also an adaptation of the show in Japan.
The film is due out in 2019.
There is a big change coming to Game of of Thrones this season.
It will be the first season to be filmed entirely in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
This will make filming in the city significantly more difficult than it was in previous seasons.
The reason for this is that the BBC is filming a major new filming location at the north of the city in a location called the Mound of the Dead, which will be used for filming.
The filming is expected to take place over several months.
The new filming locations include the Belfast Castle (which is in Northern Ireland), the Castle on the hill, and the Stoneyard.
The Castle on Mount Snow has already been completed and the filming will take place there.
The Castle on Snow is a massive structure that has been used as the location of a number of TV shows including the Prisoner, and even Sherlock.
You can see the entire area in the show.
The Belfast Castle is a huge building, with some of its most iconic scenes being filmed there.
There have been a number recent filming locations around Belfast, including in The Mound on the Hill and the site of the famous Battle of the Boyne.
The Mound was built by the King in 1066 to house prisoners and their families.
It was used as a prison for some time during the Troubles.
It has since been demolished.
It is the scene that first introduced Martin Freeman to Game Of Thrones fans when he played the role of the Wall.
It looks like the Wall has been set up for a good reason.
The scene that the Game of Throne takes place on in episode six of the season has been filmed in the vicinity of the site where the battle took place.
This is a location where people from across Northern Ireland are now being held in the Stonewall Inn.
The inn is also used as one of several locations in the series that have been set in Belfast to make the scenes look like the real place.
There are several different versions of the scene in the book, and it has been re-imagined in several films including the film adaptation of A Storm of Swords.
The location has been recreated in the film The Imitation Game and the series is filming in Belfast this week to make sure it looks the part.
The production team have also recreated the scene on set in the trailer for the upcoming season.
You can read more about Game Of The Thrones in our guide to Game 4 of the latest season.
Read more about Thrones:Game of Thrones is produced by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.
The series is directed by Dan Weiss and is based on the books by George RR Martin.