Game Of Thrones Season 8 Premiere Date Revealed In Cryptic New Video

Ruben Ruiz
January 14, 2019

As far as predictions for the series return date, fans were bang on when they guessed April 14 based on the knowledge that each series has typically started 231 days after HBO drops the first official footage of the series.

We officially know when the final season of Game of Thrones will premiere!

HBO made the announcement ahead of True Detective season three's premiere, along with a new and chilling Stark-centric teaser, which you can find below. However, HBO has promised that each of the six episodes will be longer and could run up to 90 minutes each! "Winterfell is yours", Sansa said in the scene.

It's safe to say that the final season of Game of Thrones has a lot to deliver and not a lot of time to do it, so let the countdown to the premiere begin!

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A clip from the final "Game of Thrones" season is finally out.

However, we won't know what's in store for the Starks-as well as the villains we love to hate like Cersei Lannister-until this spring, when HBO releases the final episodes in this story, for now.

Titled The Long Night, the show is expected to take place as much as 5,000 years before the events in Game of Thrones, meaning there will be no Targaryens or familiar locations in Westeros. 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.

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