Game of Thrones Season 8 Final Battle Brings HBO Series to End

Game of Thrones Season 8 Final Battle Brings HBO Series to End

So far, we saw Sansa (Sophie Turner) ceding Winterfell to Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) and Arya (Maisie Williams) beholding one of Dany's dragons with abject wonder.

Jon's poster however has a shocking resemblance to Ned Stark's poster during season one.

And just like that, the official trailer of Game of Thrones Season 8 is finally out now. The first scene in the trailer depicts our Stark assassin petrified and seemingly trying to hold her breath, as if she's being hunted by something - and this scene would imply that it's now hot on her heels. There are six episodes in Season 8 and it has been speculated that each could run well over 60 minutes. That's arguably the year's most-anticipated movie, and inarguably the most-hyped final season in television history, all in a two-week span. The level of secrecy that's surrounded the final season for one of the most popular and buzzworthy entertainment franchises of all time reached unprecedented levels this time around, which Entertainment Weekly got a behind-the-scenes look at in a new piece here.

HBO has got fans concerned about a recent released poster of Jon Snow seated on the Iron Throne. "Our enemy doesn't tire, doesn't stop, doesn't feel", Snow warns ominously. And while hopes and expectations from this season as a whole are high, the trailer that dropped today sort of disappointed us. Who among the Starks do you think will drive a blade through Cersei Lannister's black heart?

We felt that the entire trailer was bits and pieces of what we already knew was to come, pieced together.

Who'll survive the Night King's advances?

Then we also have Jaime, who we last saw riding North, completing his journey both literally and figuratively, getting to Winterfell and changing from hated villain in the early seasons to actual hero as of late. We also know no matter what we do, even if it's the optimal version, that a certain number of people will hate the best of all possible versions.

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