Game of Thrones Season 8: What Night is After in Season 8?

Game of Thrones Season 8: What Night is After in Season 8?

With the ending of the most watched and loved the series, Game Of Thrones Season 8, HBO is hell keeping everything pretty much a secret. But, what do we know from our resources is that Night King and his army is growing larger along with the Ice Dragon! After bringing down the great wall, the army of the dead is up to do even more damage, but no matter what they do Night King and his force has to go down, isn’t it? But, perhaps this is not what we are thinking is going to happen. After all, GOT is all about secrets and suspense!

Who is going to be involved?

Alongside of our alive faves- Cersie (to return), Jon, Khaleesi, Arya, and many more, a handful of new faces will be there playing obviously some major roles respectively to bring more of a suspense and secret revealing things. As reported by fans’ site, Marc Rissmann as Harry Strickland, Danielle Galligan as Sarra Frey, Emer McDaid as an unidentified role, and Willa played by Alice Nokes are the few newcomers. Watch GOT Season 8 all episodes here.

Also, a four-legged friend is witnessed. Guess who? Can’t or don’t want to? Tell me tell you, it’s the Jon Snow’s direwolf- Ghost. As Ghost was not in the entire season 7, but the Visual Effect Supervisor Joe Bauer confirmed that he is going to have ample amount on the screen in the Game of Thrones S8. Speaking of the direwolves, remember Nymeria- Arya’s faithful? Well, there are no clear words for her to be back on finale season, but rumors have to have her back on the set.

Episodes and Running time have been disclosed:

Benioff and Weiss planned to give a shorter GOT finale season 8. That’s way shorter than the usual parts (consisting of 10 episodes each season) till season 6. To narrow down the pressure of creating more original visual contents, the show-runners divided final splash with seven episodes in season 7 and six in season 8.

The premiere of the 14th of April kicks off with an approximated 55-minute running time, followed by 60-minute episode in the 21st, third episode to run about an hour and 22 minutes. The two final episodes will run about an hour and 20 minutes each.

From the reporters, it also has been reported that each episode is costing roughly $15million, which means more originality and epic visualizations.

Is this a bluff or it is going to happen?

What? The multiple endings? For real? According to David Nutter- the director, he admitted that they did surely shoot multiple fake ending scenes! The reason behind this tactic is to keep everything under wraps tightly. Nutter went all secret police like Nazis to make sure nobody knew what was happening, and the Season 8 of Game of Thrones didn’t get leaked.

The premiere is going to come on 14th April for sure. So, get your PJs on and download Game of Thrones episode 1 here.

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