'Game of Thrones'
A picture of Nathalie Emmanuel as Missandei [left] and Jacob Anderson as Grey Worm [Right] from the HBO TV series "Game of Thrones." Facebook/ Game of Thrones

“Game of Thrones” season 7 may have fewer episodes, but it apparently feels “bigger.” Cast members Alfie Allen and Jacob Anderson teased some details about the show in a recent interview, and also described what it was like to film the scenes this time around.

Speaking to Mashable, Jacob Anderson (Grey Worm) said that it feels like the show is “coming to a close.” There are just two more seasons left in the TV series, and the actor feels that it is “getting a bit much.” He said the show is “like a pressure cooker” and teased that it is “absolute chaos” this time.

"It doesn’t feel like a panic, but I’m panicked for people, I think," Anderson said. The actor did not elaborate on why he feels panicked. It is not clear if he said this because the most watched show on the planet will come to an end soon, or if he is worried about the shocking deaths this year.

Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy) echoed the sentiments of his fellow cast member. He said that although the pace of “Game of Thrones” season 7 is pretty much the same as the previous year, the viewers will definitely get the feeling that it is moving towards the end now.

However, Allen teased that he is in “awe” about how much the show is trying to pack into the episodes this year. The actor said that it doesn’t feel like a “normal” season, and in fact it feels “bigger.” He teased that it is going to be a “crazy season” this year. He added that the show is going to blow the minds of the fans.

In terms of what to expect from the plot, the cast members are contractually obligated not to disclose any specifics. One common point that most of the actors say often is that all the storylines are coming together now. So, the fans can expect to see some interesting reunions, and characters who have never met in the past will also meet for the first time.

Cast member Liam Cunningham (Davos) compared the ending of the show to overcoming a drug addiction. The actor said that for the team making the show they have just one more season left to film, and that sense of not getting back together on the set was apparently there while making “Game of Thrones” season 7. The actor joked that they are attempting to ease off the drug, which is the TV series.