Here’s When the Final Season of ‘Game of Thrones’ Begins

Here’s When the Final Season of ‘Game of Thrones’ Begins

We officially know when the final season of Game of Thrones will premiere! However, HBO has promised that each of the six episodes will be longer and could run up to 90 minutes each!

The premiere date was unveiled in a new teaser trailer, which aired prior to tonight's season three debut of True Detective. The piece was shot in the crypts at Winterfell. The crypt teaser begins with heavy overtures of Jon's true Targaryen parentage as he walks past Lyanna Stark's crypt.

From season 7, we know the truth about Jon Snow's parents, which makes him a Targaryen, even though he doesn't yet know. It was previously revealed that Season 8 would also host eight new characters.

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Titled The Long Night, the show is expected to take place as much as 5,000 years before the events in Game of Thrones, meaning there will be no Targaryens or familiar locations in Westeros.

In a brief clip of the new seasons, released last week during the Golden Globes, HBO showed Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow arriving in Winterfell.

After spending months teasing us with quick peeks, HBO has finally given us a proper glance at what's in store for the final season, which premieres in the United States on April 14. In particular, these new Game of Thrones sneakers will be within the silhouette of one of Adidas' most popular models: the Ultra Boost. It's not footage from within the final season but more like an original promotional ad.

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