Game of Thrones Season 8 is all set to release on 14 April 2019 on HBO in the US. The show will air on 15 April 2019 in the UK on Sky Atlantic and Now TV.
When can the fans watch Game of Thrones Season 8?
A mentioned before, HBO and Sky Atlantic will run a Transatlantic simulcast of the upcoming season. It will release on Sunday, 14 April. And the fans in UK can watch it the very next day from 2 am onwards. Fans can also watch the repeat telecast on Monday 9 pm on Sky Atlantic.
Casey Bloys from HBO had confirmed some time back that the next season will be out in 2019, likely in the first half. Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) had also quoted some major hints about the release date of season 8.
But, she slyly tweeted something about this and put everyone to silence. The actress had also confirmed that the first episode will be released in April 2019. And that there goes a lot into the final edit of these episodes.
How many episodes will be there in Game of Thrones Season 8?
Game of Thrones Season 8 is going to have six episodes. This make is the shortest season. Nevertheless, the episodes are going to be one of the longest ones in the series’ history.
The third episode of Season 8 is confirmed to be of 82 minutes. It is going to be the longest one in the series.
What did the trailer reveal?
After a really long wait, HBO finally dropped the Game of Thrones season 8 trailer and it was terrific. A lot of fan theories started coming up after that. Many people have speculated that Harry Strickland is going to turn up for this season. Since he was seen commanding the ship of the Golden Company.