After eight seasons, it's all come to this - Winter is here, the long night is threatening to make a comeback, and Jon Snow still knows nothing.
HBO has finally announced the premiere month for its massively popular show Game of Thrones, based off the George R.R. Martin book series A Song of Ice and Fire, as April 2019. Every risk. Every fight. "Every death. All for the Throne". "All #ForTheThrone", the GoT account tweeted alongside a video of re-purposed footage.
Other than a closure-filled ending, another satisfying component of Season 8 will be seeing certain characters meeting for the first time.
Season 8 of Game of Thrones is still a little while off yet, but as it draws closer, more and more details about it are starting to emerge. The teaser trailer has montages of major scenes from the earlier seven seasons and confirmed that all the battles and betrayal among the characters thus far happened due to their final confrontation to the only battle that matters the most - the final fight against the White Walkers.
"We wrap in December and we air our first episode in April", Williams was quoted as saying though she denied it on Twitter.
While there are Game of Thrones prequels coming - which Nutter confirmed he's not involved with - the upcoming season is essentially the end of this epic story. "You have to reset the table, put everyone back in their place, you have to take them to their next position". Asked if he himself knew if he was filming a fake scene, Nutter said, "Well, you have to ask me that at the end of Season 8 because I can't answer that question now". Add Game of Thrones as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Game of Thrones news, video, and analysis from ABC News.