Game of Thrones Season 8 release date confirmed, teaser trailer revealed

Brenda Watkins
January 14, 2019

After fans of the epic HBO drama Game of Thrones have waited almost two years to watch the final season of the series, the network has finally announced its premiere date. Good news for the fans of Game of Thrones who were waiting for the final season. A variety of tidbits have been revealed, including that there will be six super-sized episodes, perhaps as long as movies.

The premiere date was unveiled in a new teaser trailer, which aired prior to tonight's season three debut of True Detective.

Check it out below... And you very well know that's not good news! Jon passes by the funeral statue of his mother, Lyanna Stark, while Sansa and Arya walk pass through Catelyn and Ned Stark.

Because as one fan oh so cleverly pointed out, we've only ever seen statues of the dead in Winterfell's crypts.

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Ned speaks to Jon Snow, reiterating that he is a Stark even if he doesn't have his name. The first official teaser features the Stark siblings - Sansa, Arya and Jon Snow.

They suddenly sense an icy chill creeping through the crypts, and draw their swords as they turn around.

Game of Thrones will stream and screen in Australia exclusively on FOX SHOWCASE, Foxtel's premium On Demand drama destination. The only thing in the army's way was The Wall, which the reanimated dragon burned down, giving the White Walkers an opening to invade. In the meantime, you can read INSIDER's key predictions for the final season here.

Well, the WINTER IS FINALLY COMING BACK on April 14, 2019.

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