The final 'Game of Thrones' season airs April 14

Esequiel Farfan
Enero 14, 2019

If Game of Thrones' final season airs consecutive weeks, like it has sometimes in the past when it bowed in April, the series finale should air May 19.

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 U.S. on April 14.

There's also a new teaser, set within the tombs at Winterfell.

As they stop at the end of the tunnel, they are faced with three statues that look almost identical to them. The crypts of Winterfell hold the dark and ancient past of the House Stark, which might finally be revealed to the three.

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Jon Snow's real mother Lyanna Stark is the first voice we hear as a feather falls from her statue before landing on the ground.

One of the major draws of the season will be the reunion of Arya Stark and Jon Snow as the two haven't met each other since the first season of the show. Details on the final season are still scarce and with just six episodes to look forward to, fans can be expect all the loose ends of the plot are tied up. There is plenty to speculate on, but what we do know for certain is that Season 8 will consist of a mere 6 episodes, however, they will all be extended in length.

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. This is obviously a sign of the oncoming war between the living and the dead as the Night King leads his army of White Walkers south to conquer Westeros and then the rest of the known world.

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