Turner confirms 'Game Of Thrones' will be back in 2019

Angelo Anderson
December 7, 2017

The end is coming-but not until 2019.

Sophie Turner has shared some details about possible Game Of Thrones season 8 airdate and revealed what is next in store for Sansa Stark after her adviser, Littlefinger was killed off in season 7 finale.

Recall that the final season of "Game of thrones" has not got an exact release date. However, HBO did not issue any confirmation at the time.

Seven months would wrap filming at some point in July, but with the final six episodes rumored to be nearly feature length, it's sensible to expect post-production and visual effects to take several additional months.

In an interview with Variety published on Wednesday, Turner-recently engaged to pop star Joe Jonas-confirmed GoT Season 8 "comes out in 2019" and said there is still "six or seven months left" of filming.

The eighth season of GoT will feature only six episodes, but they are expected to be super-sized, and may each be the length of a feature film.

While no specific premiere date was announced, the show usually airs in April (Season 3 aired on March 31) so that's a clever shout - although Season 7 did air on July 16 of this year.

"We started in October, so we're maybe like a tenth of the way through", Turner joked when asked how filming was progressing on Season 8. It is also reported that the new season of "Game of thrones" will be the most expensive in television history. All of the Americans wanted to come over.

As The Great War approaches, it seems that we're going to have to wait a while longer until the world's most beloved show returns to our screens. Dark Phoenix is in November. "We're all trying not to take it for granted any more".

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