Saturday, 21 July, 2018

'Game Of Thrones' Season 8 Is Officially Not Returning Until 2019

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Stacy Diaz | 07 December, 2017, 17:24

Sophie Turner has shared some details about possible Game Of Thrones season 8 airdate and revealed what is next in store for Sansa Stark after her adviser, Littlefinger was killed off in season 7 finale.

"When we all had the read-through for the final season, it was very, very emotional".

"Game of Thrones" season seven launches December 12 on Blu-ray and DVD, but it's available now for preorder onAmazon.

Sophie Turner told Variety that the eighth and final season of GoT won't air until 2019, commenting, "I'm really excited".

The coming episodes may be feature-film length, and need more post-production work.

There's been a fair bit of confusion around when Game of Thrones' final season will air, with production dates shifting and expanding. "They put everything-and are putting everything-into this show", said Bloys. Since Game of Thrones season 7 aired last summer, the show is competing in the 2018 Emmy awards, which air next fall - which allows HBO to focus GoT publicity efforts on its Emmy campaign next year rather than promoting a new season at the same time. All of the Americans wanted to come over.

During the interview, the 21-year-old actress also discussed her upcoming projects including Dark Phoenix and Girl Who Fell From The Sky.

Turner isn't the first person involved with the show who has suggested the delayed start date, as other members of the cast have previously indicated that it was likely as well. "We're all kind of feeling the end of it coming", she said.

In addition to the screening, registered fans will also be able to take photos with the Iron Throne and Dragonstone Throne replicas onsite, and check out the replica Dragonstone map table and a gallery featuring the fallen conquerors of Westeros.

As The Great War approaches, it seems that we're going to have to wait a while longer until the world's most beloved show returns to our screens.