We hope you have your calendar handy, because HBO has confirmed not only the debut dates for the final six episodes of Game of Thrones, but also their estimated running times. That means for the anal retentive among us, we can all be fully prepared for season eight, which has all but promised to destroy us emotionally in simultaneously thrilling and horrific ways. The last season premieres on Sunday, April 14, and the following five episodes air each week after that. As expected, the running times for each episode appear to skew on the side of feature length films, as opposed to the traditional hour long episode. While the first two episodes of the season will clock in at just under an hour each, the remaining four are all nearly an hour and a half. It's also worth noting that the third will be the longest, which makes sense since that's the episode that will allegedly feature the biggest battle in the show's history.
Get ready to fill your schedule with 432 glorious minutes of Game of Thrones this spring. HBO has announced the full schedule for the upcoming final season including air dates and estimated run times for the six remaining episodes so now you can figure out the window of time you need to keep totally clear down to the minute.Season 8, as we know, premieres on Sunday, April 14, and it will debut new episodes each week for the following six weeks. The series finale will be on Sunday, May 19.
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One of the central Game of the Thrones questions that needs to be answered in season eight is who will sit on the Iron Throne after all of the wars are over. After eight seasons of teasing viewers with options ranging from Daenerys to Jon Snow to Gendry, someone decent has to finally earn that uncomfortable chair, right? Well, maybe not. The looming threat of the Night King combined with the possibility of a fiery battle between the Mother of Dragons and Cersei could mean that the Iron Throne will be destroyed in battle. There's an equally strong possibility that whoever inherits it next will do away with the throne because of what it symbolizes. While that could be frustrating for fans, eliminating that divisive symbol of power could be the best thing to ever happen to the Seven Kingdoms. The Iron Throne is a monstrous thing. According to A Wiki of Ice and Fire, Aegon I Targaryen, the first king of Westeros, had the throne made out of the swords of his enemies. Since then, it's been the central seat of power in the Seven Kingdoms and it has inspired far too many wars as the Targaryens, Baratheons, and others battled for the right to claim it.
Super eager Game of Thrones fans (are there any other kind?) now know, down to the minute, just how much dragon flying, blood soaked and question answering action they can anticipate this spring.
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The trailer is here. #GameofThrones The Final Season begins April 14 on HBO.
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"Everything you did brought you where you are now, where you belong: home. "Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) utters these words early on in the Game of Thrones final season trailer, which HBO has officially dropped in anticipation of the April 14 premiere. The young Stark speaks wisely, as is his wont as the Three Eyed Raven. All events from the past seven seasons are set to collide in the eighth and final ride. Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) mdash; literally every single character still alive and on the board mdash; will see their disparate journeys unite as one, for better and quite likely for worse, in the six remaining episodes, with so much of it ending where the action first began: Winterfell.
Game of Thrones has a lot of potential rules in the running for the final season.While Cersei Lannister (played by Lena Headey) is currently sitting on the Iron Throne, she is in no way safe.
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Every major series character is pictured sitting on the Iron Throne with expressions on their faces ranging from thoughtful to intense to intensely thoughtful. #xA0;ADVERTISEMENTThanks for watching Visit WebsiteHashtagged #ForTheThrone, the pics were immediately shared on every social media channel imaginable, and no wonder: super fans love parsing this stuff for every clue possible. Anything that might indicate where the series is headed as it closes up shop. #xA0;
It is no secret that all the armies will be converging in one place, and since the big threat is from the undead White Walkers it makes sense that all the armies will be setting up camp in Winterfell.Be warned. Spoilers abound.
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