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Free Download - Game of Thrones Season 8

Free Download: Game of Thrones Season 8

Free Download: Game of Thrones Season 8Everything we know about the production of the final season so far.

The credits have barely rolled on Game of Thrones Season 7 but already fans are chomping at the bit for more. We’re nearing the final season so there’s a lot at stake. Will Beric and Tormund survive the show’s show-stopping climax? Will Jon and Daenerys survive theirs? Here’s everything we know so far about when and what to expect from the eighth and final season.

WHEN WILL THE SCRIPTS BE DONE?

Great news! They are already done. HBO executive Casey Bloys confirmed that back in July at the Television Critics’ Association Summer tour.



WHAT IS IN THOSE SCRIPTS?

Between hacks and leaks, HBO has had a difficult time keeping its Game of Thronessecrets under wraps of late. That being said, though there are alleged Season 8 plot leaks floating around the internet, a reliable source told me they are all false. So, thus far, we can only speculate at what we might see in the final season. (You can read our most educated guesses here.)



WHEN DOES SEASON 8 START FILMING?

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau told Collider earlier this month that he was headed back to work in October. He added: “You get the scripts a month before we start shooting, or six weeks, and then you know what’s going to happen that season.” If the cast is starting to film in October, then they should either already have their scripts by now or can expect them any day.



HOW MANY EPISODES WILL THERE BE?

We’ve known this one for awhile now. Way back in April 2016, showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff said: “I think we’re down to our final 13 episodes after this season. We’re heading into the final lap. That’s the guess, though nothing is yet set in stone, but that’s what we’re looking at.” So with seven of those episode down this year, we only have six more to go in Season 8.



HOW LONG WILL EACH EPISODE BE?

That slim final season episode count doesn’t mean we only have six more hours to spend in Westeros. Earlier this summer at Con of Thrones, sound designer Paula Fairfield let slip that the powers that be are considering making each of the six final episodes feature-length. Audiences got a small taste of that when the Season 7 finale clocked in at around 80 minutes. Casey Bloys seemed to confirm Fairfield’s account at the TCAs when he said: “I imagine they’ll be longer but … I’m not sure [how long]. We haven’t had that discussion yet because I don’t know how long the episodes are going to be. Two hours per episode seems like it would be excessive, but it’s a great show, so who knows?”



WHEN WILL IT AIR?

The last two seasons of Game of Thrones took between nine and eleven months to go from the beginning of production to air date so season eight could premiere as early as Summer 2018. But given the extra length of these episodes as well as the potential scope of the special effects and post-production work, Bloys isn’t making any promises. There have been rumors we won’t see the final season until 2019.



WHAT ABOUT THOSE SPIN-OFFS?

Author George R.R. Martin recently hinted that there are five not four spin-offs currently in consideration at HBO. But don’t expect that many to make it to air. Bloys explained earlier this summer: “The idea is not to do four shows. The bar set by [creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss] is so high that my hope is to get one show that lives up to it.” None of those proposed spin-offs will premiere until after Weiss and Benioff bring the original series to a close. “If any of these scripts come to pass,” he explained, “you’re not going to see anything air anytime close to the season 8 

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