This Is When You Can Watch the ‘Game of Thrones’ Series Finale

The eight season begins on 14 April.

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The first footage from the final season of <i>Game of Thrones</i> s8 was revealed by HBO in a glimpse of its 2019 programming roster.

HBO has revealed the exact length of all six episodes of the Game of Thrones final season.

Now we also know when all the episodes, including the final final episode a.k.a the series finale of the show will air.

That’s right, the show won’t be taking any breaks from its weekly schedule leading up to the finale on 19 May.

According to Deadline, the network's updated TV schedule shows that the opening episode, which airs on 14 April, will be 54 minutes long.

The second installment, airing on 21 April, will be 58 minutes long, while third episode is exactly an hour long.

Episode four has 78 minutes as run time and the final two episodes are the longest with 80 minutes each.


Last November, GOT director David Nutter revealed that all six episodes in the upcoming season of the hit HBO show will have a run time of over an hour.

The first episode of the eighth and final installment of the epic fantasy series is directed by Nutter. He will also helm three other episodes.

(Inputs: PTI)

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