Hasn't it been too long since season seven of Game of Thrones came to an end? Well, now the wait is over so make your countdown calendars fans, as we now know the date. HBO has finally set a return date for the last six episodes of its smash-hit fantasy epic. Yes, you read that right! On Sunday, HBO finally announced the premiere date for the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones. So, this means that soon enough, fans will finally find out the ultimate fate of Jaime Lannister, Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and the rest of the Westerosi. Game of Thrones Season 8 Teaser: Jon Snow, Sansa And Arya Stark Reunite To Face An Icy Threat; Show Premiers on April 14!
Game of Thrones Season Eight will premiere on April 14. Releasing a tantalizing teaser video called 'Crypts of Winterfell', the network has got us all excited for the trailer and the series. In the 1-minute-30-seconds video, Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Arya Stark are seen walking through the crypts (which is under their family home), where they hear messages from their dead family members Ned, Catelyn and Lyanna. The structures of Ned, Catelyn and Lyanna, which are constructed down there, just looks like as if it is of Jon Snow, Sansa and Arya respectively. The teaser was quite scary though.
Check out the first teaser here:
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Also, take a look at other bullets, first look and videos of Game of Thrones 8 released by the network.
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For the uninitiated, days before the premiere of Game of Thrones season 5, the first four episodes of the season leaked online. Those four episodes were from a DVD screener, which were sent to critics ahead of the season premiere. The hackers, last year too gave the channel sleepless nights. However, it's a humble request to one and all that let's wait for the episode to air on TV or the digital platform. Game of Thrones will be made available on Star World on April 14, in India and the following day on Hotstar. Watch this space for further updates.