Game of Thrones Final Season Premiere Date Revealed

Ruben Ruiz
January 14, 2019

Three months before Game of Thrones' eighth and final season is set to debut, we have an official premiere date: April 14.

The network tweeted the haunting video on Sunday night which contained the April 14 premiere date.

Although the new season will only run six episodes, each one is reportedly 90 minutes long, effectively making them six television movies.

Also, in case you missed it, HBO premiered the third season of True Detective tonight (that's where GoT's teaser aired).

Check it out below... In the teaser we see Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), and Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) walk into the crypt one by one.

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You can check out some of these exciting new Adidas Ultra Boost sneakers by clicking "Next". They each hear the voices of Lyanna Stark, Catelyn Stark and Ned Stark, as they pass statues honoring the late family members.

We wouldn't be surprised if this is just a red herring, because the Stark family seems poised to make it to the end of the battle with the White Walkers.

Season 7 ended with Jon finally crossing paths with his aunt, Daenerys Targaryen. This is a direct callback to the first-ever "Game of Thrones" episode, on which Ned Stark welcomed King Robert Baratheon to the castle and told him Winterfell was his. It's not footage from within the final season but more like an original promotional ad.

Game of Thrones lore paints Rhaegar as someone who kidnapped and raped Lyanna in the Tower of Joy, but this was revealed to be inaccurate in the show's sixth season.

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