Winter isn’t coming anymore—it’s here. Game of Thrones Season 8 is right around the corner, debuting in 2019, and the last episodes of the series are expected to be epic, heartbreaking, and shocking. While the final season of Game of Thrones closes one chapter, HBO will continue the series with a prequel coming out in the future. But right now, it’s all about the final episodes of GoT.
Season 7 left fans on a slight cliffhanger after the explosive way things went down, and by the time the new season premieres, it’ll have been over a year since a new episode aired on HBO.
After the intense drama of Season 7—including fire-breathing dragons turning to ice, one of the biggest battles in Game of Thrones history, and some surprising deaths of major characters—everything is coming to a major conclusion. Characters are changing alliances, mysteries are getting solved, and there surely will be many surprises that no one is expecting.
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With author George R.R. Martin not expected to release his next Game of Thrones novel before the final season premieres, fans are even more excited for Season 8 of the show.
Here’s everything you need to know so far about Game of Thrones Season 8.