Game of Thrones season 8 release date…
Long wait for Games of Thrones The long winter is here for fans of HBO‘s of Game of Thrones
Eager for ‘Game of Thrones‘ final season? You’ll have to wait until 2019
The cable network said Jan.4 the wildly-popular fantasy drama won’t return until 2019.With the season 7 having ended in july, we are now in the midst of the longest wait between seasons in the show’s history.
The eighth and final season will feature just six episodes.Each is rumored to be more than 80 minutes long.Variety reported the cost of each episode could soar up to 15$ million. In comparison, Entertainment Weekly said each episode of season 6 cost 10$ million.
HBO Programming President Casey Bloys said in September the show will shoot several different endings to avoid possible leaks.
For fans who are sad that game of thrones is coming to an end, there’s good news.Game of Thrones creator Geaorge R.R.Martin has five Game of Thrones prequels in development.
Why Game of Thrones Season 8 Is Set To Be The Biggest One Yet!
Game of Thrones is arguably the biggest TV show in history, and very few come close to it. In its Season 7, the show, yet again, broke several records and will probably continue to do so during the 8th season of the show, which by the looks of it, will be huge.
We’ve already received information on Season 8 of the series and how it might be have very long epsiodes.That’s not all, according to recent reports, the budget for the 8th Season of Game of Thrones is also much bigger than before.
While this doesn’t guarantee that the next season of Game of Thrones will be good, it most certainly means a lot of the budget will be spent on the CGI, as the biggest war is here, and literally almost every major character will be facing the Dead Men, probably with Dragons at their side. Which explains why Season 8 of Game of Thrones will be the biggest one the show has yet produced.