'Game of Thrones' Final Season Premiere Details & Prequel News Revealed!

'Game of Thrones' Final Season Premiere Details & Prequel News Revealed!

'Game of Thrones' Final Season Premiere Details & Prequel News Revealed!

As for Game of Thrones season 8, Bloys refused to get specific about what fans could expect from the final season or even when it will air, saying only that it will be sometime during "the first half of next year".

Bloys doesn't seem too anxious about "Westworld", most likely because the series earned 21 Emmy nominations this year, including best drama series.

Programming President Casey Bloys confirmed the news while speaking to the press at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour in Beverly Hills.

According to Bloys, it was HBO's intention from the start to brainstorm a bevy of projects and then lock in just one series, allowing creatives and executives to pour their passion into a single project rather than split their energy amongst various productions.

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The Prince who was Promised, Jon Snow (Kit Harington) will return for the final season. HBO's epic fantasy drama is by far the most popular television show in the world. The sooner the show's eighth season begins, the sooner the show ends forever.

"Three more Game of Thrones prequels, set in different periods and featuring different characters and storylines, remain in active development". What manner of beasts and monsters do you think roamed the land thousands of years before the war for the Iron Throne?

Night's King is looking forward to a rousing finish.

And that concludes your monthly Game of Thrones update! HBO has been holding on to a "terrific" script from Deadwood creator David Milch for over a year, and has finally secured a director in Daniel Minihan (American Crime Story). This news comes to us from Entertainment Weekly.

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