Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Game of Thrones Season 8 Premiere Date Revealed!

Game of Thrones Season 8 Premiere Date Revealed!

The teaser-trailer doesn't offer much in terms of spoilers for the season but it certainly gave us chills.

Fans will no doubt be looking forward to the reunion of Arya Stark and Jon Snow, who haven't seen each other since the first season. Season eight premieres April 14 - which means you have 90 days to recap all the previous seasons in anticipation of the grand finale. Go! As all three Stark kids stand in front of their own crypt statues, they turn as a frost creeps down the hallway.

As Jon, Arya, and Sansa are walking through the crypt, we hear from some of those no longer with us, and the teaser ends with the three characters arriving at statues of themselves, as darkness and ice threaten to consume them.

HBO chief Richard Plepler has described the GOT " s six-episode eighth season as consisting of "six movies".

After spending months teasing us with quick peeks, HBO has finally given us a proper glance at what's in store for the final season, which premieres in the United States on April 14.

The network held true to its promise and delivered on a proper look at what fans can look forward to in the season when it premieres on April 14th. The signal of the White Walkers causes Jon and Arya to draw their blades, anticipating the coming fight. Appropriately, it was Sansa (Sophie Turner) who walked by her statue as her mother's specter spoke these words.

Way back in 2010, Bower was cast and portrayed Ser Waymar Royce in the original Game of Thrones pilot.

He also mentions to Ned that every night he dreams of killing Rhaegar and despite Mr Stark saying all the Targaryen's were gone, the King of the Seven Kingdoms says: "Not all of them".

Game of Thrones' final season will have a shorter episode run, with only six episodes, but David Nutter, one of the show's directors, mentioned in a Reddit AMA that all six episodes will be longer than 60 minutes each.

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