Published: Thu, November 15, 2018
Life&Culture | By Mildred Hamilton

Game of Thrones starts teasing final season premiere

Game of Thrones starts teasing final season premiere

And only one thing is for sure: from the horrifying secrets of Westeros' history to the true origin of the white walkers, the mysteries of the East to the Starks of legend-it's not the story we think we know. It's such an important gift and an important task in anything you do.

"Fans who were expecting fewer episodes from Games of Thrones" final season - announced to be premiering in April, 2019 - can rest easy.

On whether he's satified with how the series comes to an end: "I'm completely satisfied with how season 8 ends".

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On whether he's involved in the upcoming Game of Thrones prequel: "I'm not involved in it". On the subject of satisfying, Nutter said he thinks people will generally be happy with the way the events wrap up once all is said and done.

Fans absolutely froth the furry little angels though so in great news from the AMA, Nutter admits that at least one will be around writing "I have to say that you will see a direwolf in season 8".

Even with all the excitement surrounding the newly announced season premiere, there's also the harsh reality check that today's news signals the end of GoT.

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On the bright side, the wait is much shorter than that for George R.R. Martin's final Song of Ice and Fire novels, the series that inspired Game of Thrones.

When asked if Season 8 would feature time travel in any way, Nutter neither confirmed nor denied. "That's the only clue I'm going to give you".

The announcement was accompanied by a video that did not reveal any new footage from the season, but rather teased that this season is was every battle, betrayal, risk, fight, sacrifice, and death has been leading up to. "I walked in saying, "Don't tell me, I don't want to know", Harington told Entertainment Weekly.

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Fine, but we're all more than ready to see the final adventures of Jon, Dany, Tyrion and all the rest. There was not a second chance to get all of these sequences right, and a lot of sequences had many actors in them and some wonderfully intimate scenes as well.

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