She's tried so hard to protect the throne for her children but all Cersei is left with is very few allies and a whole load of enemies.
Even though Cersei recently enjoyed a major victory against her enemies, in the explosion at the Sept of Balor, here she seems concerned.
Queen Cersi has made too many enemies to feel safe. "I think that's the really special thing about it is that we met on this show and here we are seven years down the line back here promoting season seven", he told ET. Think again, as we're promised multiple epic battles this year, including a huge naval scrap and a sequence that required 20 stuntmen to be set on fire simultaneously.
Yeah, try wrestling that position away from Cersei, Daenerys and others!
Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister in the "Game of Thrones". Will he get his chance and create a rift between these two? Westeros has to get those White Walkers out of the way before they can get back to the matter of who's getting the crown, and Daenerys sacrificing herself to save the world is better still than sitting on some throne that even Joffrey had a turn at.
Harington, 30, said: "At the end of last season, you saw him achieve some kind of legitimacy, becoming King in the North and greater than his father (Ned Stark), who was Warden of the North". Still other prognosticators say that since the prophecy only exists in George R.R. Martin's books, and not in the TV adaptation, the showrunners can take Cersei's storyline in any direction they want.
Plus, we see "Black Sails" star Tom Hopper, who will be making his "GoT" debut in the new season as Dickon Tarly, formerly portrayed by Freddie Stroma in season 6. This credit takes a little while to show up, so you may need to pay for a month to get started on Sunday.
We predict that the waiting is over and the war of all wars is now here. Some didn't make it, which is just another day in Westeros, but the most dynamic characters are returning with a vengeance-a suitable theme for the seventh season!
"NCIS" had a five-season run of increased audience from Seasons 6-10 (a remarkable feat in and of itself for a veteran show), but "Game of Thrones" appears to be in very rare territory.