Game Of Thrones Season 8 Gets Its Release Date
Sunday was a day of immense glee for all the fans who have been anxiously waiting for some news regarding HBO’s epic Game Of Thrones finale. The network, after keeping all of us waiting for nearly 2 years, has finally set the air date for its last season 8. When HBO initially revealed that it would bring back Game Of Thrones in April, it was obvious that it would hit TV screens on a Sunday. And keeping the tradition alive, HBO has decided to premiere the first episode of its six-part season 8 on April 14th, 2019. US television unveiled the premiere date for GOT season 8 with a fiery and icy teaser last night.
How Many Episodes Will Game Of Thrones Season 8 Have?
GOT season 8 composes of the smallest ever episode count for the series. Its six episode order falls shorts of last season’s seven episodes, and regular seasons’ ten episodes. But each part of Game Of Thrones’ last season will play out like a magnum feature film with grand battle sequences, fiesty drama, and a lot VFX serviced larger than life scenes. While we know exactly nothing about the rating mammoth’s finale, except for the fact that it would not please everyone, cobbled up set photos and teasers indicate that significant characters on the show will die on the show.
Prequel To Follow GOT Season 8
Season 8 does not mean that HBO will pull its plug off the franchise. The network has commissioned a non-overlapping prequel to follow from Game Of Thrones Last Season. Set centuries apart, the prequel will hopefully air sometime in 2021; it will star Naomi Watts as its lead face. HBO has also recently revealed full cast details for the project. Shooting for the prequel is yet to go on floors. Jane Goldman and SJ Clarkson will helm the prequel, which is tentatively titled, the Long Night.
Games Of Thrones Final Season Teaser
The GOT official teaser revealed that Jon Snow will reunite with his siblings. In the video, we see the three surviving Stark siblings – Arya, Sansa and Jon Snow – walking down a dark hallway, haunted by the memories of their dead parents, Ned and Catelyn Stark. Later something interrupts their warm reunion. As the trio observes the statutes, a gust of cold sneaks up behind them. The fire subsides, making way for cold tones. There the Game of Thrones final season trailer displays the central conflict in what has become one of the most devotedly followed television shows of all time.