A girl perhaps speaks too soon? Game of Thrones‘ final season won’t air until sometime in 2019, GOT star Maisie Williams put a finer point on when to expect the fantasy series’ swan song.
Getting excited for the Game of Thrones Prequel Spinoff? HBO programming president Casey Bloys released some juicy information at this year’s Television Critics Association press tour.
Game of Thrones season 8 has been subject to countless rumours over leaks since season 7 finished. Has the plot for the new series now been leaked online? We look at the evidence.
At last, HBO has confirmed the long-speculated news that its flagship hit series Game of Thrones is taking a year off.
We still don’t know the exact release date of the 8th and final season of Game of Thrones, but we’ll probably have to wait until 2019 to watch the grand finale. To make sure you make it through another long winter, we’ll go through the best alternative TV shows for Game of Thrones you can watch in the meantime.
The increased security measures imposed upon the cast have been news for a while. Notably, Liam Cunningham revealed just how well guarded the scripts are this time — just as it was with season seven, the scripts are only to be read in digital form, obtained through a two-step verification process, but now they can’t even read them off-set. Now, Emilia Clarke claims these efforts go much further than protecting the scripts.
It has been 115 days since Game of Thrones season 7 ended, and it already feels like a lifetime. HBO has waffled back and forth on when the eighth and final season will air, but lately, it’s been looking more and more like we won’t get it until 2019, meaning that the entirety of 2018 will be bereft of new episodes. Now, speaking to Variety, Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) has confirmed our fears.