Game of Thrones 8 official teaser and premiere date is out

Lula Sharp
January 14, 2019

After fans of the epic HBO drama Game of Thrones have waited almost two years to watch the final season of the series, the network has finally announced its premiere date.

All shall be revealed when Game of Thrones is released April 14. At a point, Jon Snow passes Lyanna Stark's statue (his birth mother) and hears the voices of their dead family members. Considering we now know Jon's true identity is Aegon Targaryen, it remains to be seen whether Ned's quote will ring true.

Now, obsessed fans will remember that Lyanna Stark said those very words when she gave birth to Jon and handed the newborn baby to Ned just before she died. While Sansa, Arya and Jon Snow feature in the short teaser, there is no sign of Bran in his new role as the Three-Eyed Raven.

As the three Stark children reach the end of the tunnel, they see three more statues, this time resembling the three of them.

The network also released a tantalizing teaser video called Crypts of Winterfell.

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"The last season of Game of Thrones seemed to be thought up to break us!" he told GQ.

Season eight will comprise of only six episodes, as opposed to seven from season seven and 10 from all the previous seasons. In the meantime, you can read INSIDER's key predictions for the final season here.

The fantasy series based on the George R.R. Martin novels has been one of HBO's most successful shows.

Goldman's show takes place thousands of years before the events of Game of Thrones and chronicles the world's descent from the golden Age of Heroes into its darkest hour.

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