Speculations around the runtime of the much awaited final season of Game Of Thrones have been hovering since long. To the fans delight HBO has just realised specific runtimes for atleast the first two episodes of the show. HBO, on which the most popular TV show of the current time telecasts, has updated the schedule for the Game of Thrones’ episode number 68 and 69.
While the first episode of the season 8, (episode number 68) has been shown to have a runtime of 54 minutes on the HBO website, the next episode would have a length of 58 minutes. Till now, the show usually had a runtime of around 60 minutes.
Earlier in March, the hugely acclaimed TV series, released its trailer for the 8th season. The trailer opens on to the frightened face Arya Stark. She says, with her sword pointing towards Needle, “I know death, he’s got many faces. I look forward to seeing this one.” The Starks in the overall trailer seems to be gathered in the family crypt, each facing their different ghosts.
The trailer had given some information as to where can we expected each character to begin from in the final season While Jon and Dany are both in Winterfell with Sansa, preparing for a final battle. Jaime is joining them despite Cersei’s wishes, as he makes the tough decision between his loves and what’s right.
Game of Thrones had earlier released a nerve chilling teaser for finale season, teasing us in and out with its ‘Army of Dead Coming Soon for Starks’. The all-new season 8 video had revealed its official premiere date.
The final season of Game of Thrones will consist of six feature-length episodes, which have been described as mini-movies. The HBO fantasy drama will debut season 8 on April 14, 2019. That means the final episode of Game of Thrones will air May 19.