Last season Game of Thrones It's almost here, and all about it is covered with secret. Outside the first trailer, and a few rare teasing, the fans have little idea of what exactly will happen in season 8. One thing we know now is for sure how long each season episode will be.
While fan-sites speculated on the length of the episodes in the past few weeks, HBO finally confirmed them on Friday.
- Episode 1 (April 14): 54 minutes
- Episode 2 (April 21): 58 minutes
- Episode 3 (April 28): 1 hour, 22 minutes
- Episode 4 (May 5): 1 hour, 18 minutes
- Episode 5 (May 12): 1 hour, 20 minutes
- Episode 6 (May 19): 1 hour, 20 minutes
These episodes, which are some of the longest in the history of the series, should not be a surprise to fans. Shovrunners David Benioff and D.B. The vice has long suggested that just because this season has less episodes does not mean it will be much shorter. In fact, Season 8 will be almost the same as the previous one in overall performance, despite having one more episode: 432 minutes to 7 440 minutes.
With fans' guesses about the events Game of Thrones"The final season reaches a boiling point, these lengths of episodes have already given way to theories about what the episodes are. For example, thanks to some clever shooting, the fans are almost sure that the third episode of the season – which will be the longest in the history of the series – will present the Battle of Winterfield, the event focused on much of the early marketing of the season . But we have to wait until the last season Game of Thrones April 14 begins any doubt.