Game Of Thrones Season 8 Date Revealed In Cryptic New Video

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Luckily, the wait is nearly over since we now know the premiere date of the eighth and final season!

The final season video includes new footage, sort of.

Game Of Thrones has made stars of many of its cast members, including Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams and Lena Headey, who will all reprise their roles for the last outing. As fans know, the TV show has veered off from Martin's books due to necessity, as a new book hasn't come out since 2011. And although the flagship series is ending, the network has multiple projects set in the Game of Thrones universe now in development.

HBO released a teaser before the third season premiere of True Detective that teases what the finale may have in store.

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!

The HBO fantasy drama will debut season 8 on April 14, 2019.

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We'll be getting a lot more of these types of scenes. And in the same teaser, we see Jon Snow (and Arya and Sansa) as statues beneath the crypt, indicating that they have died too.

So what do we know about what's to come?

Game of Thrones' final run of six near-feature-length episodes starts April 14th.

In the final seconds of the grimmest teaser so far, frost descends, extinguishing the torch in Jon's hand, which gives an inkling of an icy fate beneath Winterfell. It will have six episodes of 1.5 hour runtime each.

But instead of just giving us the date, they've also been kind enough to give us a look at the upcoming instalment with the first official trailer.