'Game of Thrones' final season won't premiere until 2019

Tomas Mccoy
January 5, 2018

Though it will contain the least episodes of any Game of Thrones season (six), you can expect them to be on the longer side as the story becomes more movie-like and epic in scope.

HBO made an official announcement that "Game of Thrones" Season 8 is officially returning in next year. Miguel Sapochnick will also be back for two episodes, after directing two each in season 5 and season 6 and sitting out season 7.

Ben Crompton, who plays Night's Watch brother Eddison Tollett in the HBO series, is now filming the eighth season and revealed how there's still a fair amount of shooting left on the project.

There were no other details given for the eighth and final season - notably episode length, titles or airdates - although directors and writers were revealed.

There was no month specified for the 2019 launch, but it will have been well over a year since season seven aired by even the earliest possible airdate.

HBO announced a year ago that the hit series would end with Season 8.

M - The eighth and final season of "Game of Thrones" won't air until 2019, HBO confirmed. Writers are Benioff & Weiss, Bryan Cogman and Dave Hill. Only the GOT fans know that it is not only a fantasy drama television series.

The delay is suspected to give Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin a window to release his long-awaited novel The Winds of Winter from his Fire and Blood series.

The executive producers are Benioff, Weiss, Carolyn Strauss, Frank Doelger and Bernadette Caulfield.

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