Game of Thrones final season is finally released on April 14, 2019, after a long wait. Following is the poster HBO launched showing the release date of Game of Thrones.
So here is everything we know about GOT season 8.
Episodes in Season 8 & How Long they will be?
There will be six or seven episodes in season 8. This is not confirmed yet as this news was disclosed by showrunners. In this season we are told that there will be a smaller number of episodes but will be longer this time. The lengths of episodes will be:
- Episode 1: 53 minutes
- Episode 2: 56 minutes
- Episode 3: 58 minutes
- Episode 4: 75 minutes
- Episode 5: 82 minutes
- Episode 6: 82 minutes
The cast of Game of Thrones 8
Even though, irritatingly it would seem that Cersei will be back for season 8. In an ongoing meeting, Lena Headey indicated that her character makes it as far as possible of season 7. Presently that he’s left the Red Keep, Jaime has a major choice to make – he could either go directly to The Wall to sort those damn wights or he could illuminate Jon and Dany about Cersei’s falsehood.
Nikolaj Coster-Walder told IndieWire: “I believe he’s going to endeavor to get up there.
We see him concealing his brilliant hand on the grounds that once he’s traveling North, he’s in adversary domain, and it’s hard to shroud his identity when he has that brilliant hand. So I believe he’s going to endeavor to get up to some officer whether it’s Jon Snow or Daenerys Targaryen.
An entire heap of GOT fans trusts that Meera and Jon Snow are really twins, who were both destined to Lyanna Stark in the blink of an eye before her passing at the Tower of Joy.
Will GOT 8 will be the last season?
Unfortunately yes. The program head at HBO Michael Lombardo has recently said Game Of Thrones would finish after eight seasons.
“David and Dan are feeling there are most likely two additional years after season six, that is what we’re taking a gander at the present moment,” he said in January before season 7 disclosed.
Furthermore, in June a year ago, HBO’s Casey stated that the showrunners have an unmistakable arrangement about the number of seasons they need to do. Also, that they could get them to accomplish more, they would take 10 additional seasons. In any case, they take their lead on what they need to make the best form of their show.
Let us take the First look of Cast & GOT 8 Posters
Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) were looking fairly superb in a look from season 8 on the front of Entertainment Weekly.
Jon, Daenerys, Sansa, and Arya
1st Poster of GOT Season 8