The final season of Game of Thrones, the eighth, already has a premiere month: April, as HBO announced today with a video that summarizes the seventh season. The video is accompanied by the following message: Each battle. Every betrayal Each risk. Every fight Each sacrifice Every death All for the throne.
The eighth and final season of the series will have only six chapters, with what will be the shortest delivery (compared to the seven episodes of the seventh season and the 10 of the previous ones). Of course, will be episodes of longer duration than normal and even several could exceed 80 minutes.
What will happen next season?
This is the big question, and whose answer nobody knows-except the writers, let's hope-. Several questions remain to be resolved after the end of the seventh season (and now they come spoilers of what happened so far). Bran, Sam and the spectators know the true identity of Jon Snow, but neither he nor the other characters know that he is actually Aegon Targaryen and that he is the rightful heir of El Hierro Throne. Will it be an impediment to your relationship with Daenerys? Will he take on the responsibility of reigning in the Seven Kingdoms? Does that mean that Sansa happens to be the Queen in the North? On the other hand we have the Lannister, what will happen to Cersei? And with Jaime, now that he has left Desembarco del Rey? More stories of brothers that remain pending to be solved: the possible confrontation between the Dog and the Mountain and the fate of Yara and Theon Greyjoy. And more questions: will Arya complete her list? How far does Bran's power really go? Do you have any relationship with the King of the Night? What role will the Gold Company play? But all these doubts may be useless now that the Wall has fallen … In short, like Jon Snow, we do not know anything either.
The end of Game of Thrones is coming, but visiting Poniente or part of King's Landing will still be possible after the end of the HBO series next year thanks to the project Game of Thrones Legacy. The chain has announced that it is studying to reuse the scenarios where fiction has been filmed in Northern Ireland to turn them into tourist attractions.