House Baratheon is going to be a major force in season two? The premiere will set that up. Jon Snow (Kit Harington) will rise to the role of Lord Commander during season five, and fail epically in the process? Again, the premiere will set those wheels in motion. Every year, Thrones begins by setting the table, offering just enough of an appetizer to hook you in for the main meal.
How was the season seven premiere in that regard? It certainly paved the way for all the roads ahead, and then some. Here's where the episode, called "Dragonstone," lands in our rankings of all the Game of Thrones premiere episodes.
7. "The North Remembers" (Season 2)
The second book in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series begins with an intense prologue focused on Stannis Baratheon's (Stephen Dillane) maester conspiring to assassinate Melisandre (Carice van Houten).Read more at HollywoodReporter