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Game of Thrones Season 8 Is Officially Not Premiering Until Next Year

Round of Thrones fans should hold up a long time before coming back to Westeros.

Game of Thrones Season 8

HBO reported Thursday that the eighth and last period of the fiercely prominent dream arrangement won't debut until 2019. It's the first run through the arrangement has avoided a whole schedule year since it appeared in 2011. The system did not uncover a particular date for the Season 8 debut, or even what part of 2019 fans may hope to see it.

Fans have been conjecturing that the dream arrangement's last season would be deferred, considering the measure of time its shooting and after generation work takes. That is the thing that deferred its seventh season, which debuted in July 2017 as opposed to its customary spring begin date.




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The last season will include only six scenes, and the system declared that they will be coordinated by makers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss alongside David Nutter and Miguel Sapochnik.

It's been a few seasons since Benioff or Weiss coordinated a scene. Each of them has helmed one up until this point (Season 3's "Stroll of Punishment" and the Season 4 debut "Two Swords, individually.)
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Nutter and Sapochnik have each coordinated a few urgent scenes of Thrones and both have Emmys to appear for it. Nutter earned his for the Season 5 finale "Mother's Mercy," which finished with the passing of Jon Snow (Kit Harington). Sapochnik won his for Season 6's "Skirmish of the Bastards," which saw a resurrected Jon battle Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon) to recover control of the Stark family manor, Winterfell.

The seventh season wrapped in August with an additional long finale that left various inquiries unanswered.
Game of Thrones Season 8

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