Game of Thrones season 9: Will GOT continue after season 8 finale?

Game of Thrones season 9: Will GOT continue after season 8 finale?

As you wait for the episode four, be sure to check out who has the best odds of ending up on the Iron Throne, how some claim the biggest Game of Thrones episode is yet to come, and also how and where to stream every episode of this final season. And even though some fans are anxious this might make the last half of the season underwhelming, Kit Harrington's statement that this week's episode is one of his favorites gives us hope.

Please add to your notes that tonight's all-new episode of Game of Thrones is 78 minutes long.

That's according to George R.R. Martin.

The GOT showrunners discussed the possibility of the major villain's return during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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Will there be a Game of Thrones season 9?

Actors Michelle Fairley, Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner, Kit Harington, executive producer George R.R. Martin, actors Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, co-creator/executive producer David Banioff and co-creator/executive producer D.B. Weiss attend The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Presents An Evening With "Game of Thrones" at TCL Chinese Theatre on March 19, 2013. Is Game of Thrones the first series to reveal episode titles after they are? This episode is definitely going to bring some more twists and turns in the tale just like the previous three episodes. It will depend on the multiple possibilities with which they can carry on the show.

The GOT spin-off might cover anything. Now, we shall have to wait for a few more hours to know regarding what happens in Winterfell post the intriguing battle with the Night King. If the prequel covers these topics, we surely have a lot of reasons to be excited for.

In both cases, somebody at each respective company uploaded the episode early - apparently accidentally, but it's amusing how this always seems to happen to the same blockbuster hit and not to, say, Veep. With the prequel showing these events, we might be able to join the dots ourselves.