"Game of Thrones" may have put some clues on storylines involving Jon Snow in the show's episode titles, a Reddit user has proposed. This could mean Jon Snow is the saga's main protagonist and not Daenerys Targaryen or Tyrion Lannister as previously speculated by fan groups.
A "Game of Thrones" fan whose Reddit username is snowylocks pointed out that the episode titles so far have aligned with Jon Snow's journey in the show, the Radio Times reported. This could mean that future episode titles may also follow the same story trend.
While this new "Game of Thrones" theory has some chink in its armor ("The Pointy End" and "Baelor" tying in perfectly with Jon Snow's story trajectory may just be a coincidence), but some episode titles do make sense. One called "The Wolf and the Lion" can refer to the expected reigns of Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen while "A Golden Crown" can point to Jon's rule as a King of the North in the upcoming seasons.
In other news, according to the Telegraph, West End audiences have expressed their disappointment with how some "Game of Thrones" fans have been behaving in theater productions in London. They seem to say that this could be blamed about the viewers not being able to differentiate between how to act when bingeing on television show seasons and watching plays and musicals.
For example, in the final Friday evening performance of Doctor Faustus, the play that stars Kit Harington of "Game of Thrones," acclaimed British theater producer Richard Jordan described the crowd as "possibly the worst West End audience I have ever encountered." This is creating an industry-wide conversation about proper theater etiquette and bad audience behavior.
"Game of Thrones" season 7 is expected to start airing in late 2017 after producers moved the start date of production in time for winter this year.
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