Game of Thrones may have already filmed its final scenes, but with a strict "no spoilers" policy from the set, fans still have no idea who will sit on the Iron Throne when the credits roll.
It was only when he was pressed for more information that Casey Bloys said that the show would return in the first half of 2019.
As for Game of Thrones season 8, Bloys refused to get specific about what fans could expect from the final season or even when it will air, saying only that it will be sometime during "the first half of next year".
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So, like Jon Snow, we kind of know nothing, except that we know something and it's that by this time, a year from now, we'll know how Thrones ends. Each episode is said to be almost as long as a movie, which should make up the difference. This was hard to believe, given that the project had experienced 12 years of starts and stops from HBO with a lot of expressed hope from the cast along the way.
Bloys confirmed the prequel won't start shooting until early 2019.
Bloys said the search is now on for the director and cast of the prequel, with the plan to begin filming the pilot episode in 2019.
Game of Thrones is easily one of the most successful shows in the history of television. This news comes to us from Entertainment Weekly.