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Game of Thrones ended Season 7 with an exciting (and somewhat terrifying) note, and fans everywhere are dying to know what will happen next. Unfortunately, a premiere window has not yet been announced. Now, after a perhaps wrong revelation of Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner, it is increasingly reported that the launch date of Season 8 will be in 2019. Before the fans try to offer sacrifices to the Lord of Light with the hope of pushing things forward, they have to accept that although it is not ideal, this is far from being the most horrible thing to happen. In fact, there are a lot of reasons why later than before it is fine for Game of Thrones & final prow, and a lot of this boils down to quality.
Sophie Turner recently stated that Game of Thrones will debut in 2019 while you chat with Variety. As it is, Game of Thrones has 6 episodes to summarize the whole history of Westeros. For those who need a review for everything that implies, that includes: the war between the King of the Night and humanity, the war between Cersei and the one that remains, the new love of Dany and Jon, the search for power of Sansa, Cersei dying as the prophesized witch Varys reveals what she heard in those flames a long time ago, Brienne and Jaime reconnect, Arya and Gendry reconnect, Azor Ahai is revealed, whatever Bran's deal is now, Tyrion having a happy ending, the two remaining dragons rising against his undead brother, and more.
To work all that in a season of six episodes, where everything needs a conclusive ending, it's going to take more than a few months to capture on film, let alone rebuild in post-production! Since cast members such as Sophie Turner and Gwendoline Christie are going to be on tour for movie releases and things of that nature during that time, it will be almost impossible to gather the whole band on the set for a consistent period of time. While that was not a big problem in past seasons, it would probably be a more serious problem since everyone's story is intertwined even more before reaching the end of the program. While fans unquestionably want Game of Thrones as soon as possible, few will want it at the expense of the reduced appearances of a major cast member.
There is also something to say for the crew and the amount of quality they put in Game of Thrones . Season 7 offered some of the best battle sequences that have been seen in the history of television, and it took a lot of choreography and work to achieve it. When a show films a scene that sets the record of "most specialists catch fire simultaneously," you can bet the last thing on someone's mind when trying a feat that is dangerous how long it will take to do it right. To give these final battles the amount of greatness and respect they deserve, Game of Thrones will need all the time it takes to ensure that the action somehow surpasses what viewers have already seen. Considering the impressive work of the series so far, what the crew has planned for the final battles seems worth waiting for.
Once again, these final episodes of Season 8 will be the most important episodes of the entire series. It's where the battles, the answers and the rewards Game of Thrones fans have waited since 2011 to see it happen. If the program torments the puppy and offers a less than desirable ending, all the previous years and seasons may seem to mean nothing and the whole series will be plagued by the same kind of discussions regarding the end of the program that Lost fans have until today. While that may be unfair to a lot of great shows, it is known to give an ending that is less grand than fans usually contaminate the entire series for all present and future fans.
Do it right, and Game of Thrones definitely enters the territory of a modern classic and could rise to the same level as The Lord of the Rings or maybe even Star Wars . The latter depends on how successful Game of Thrones can franchise the world of Westeros by spin-off, but needless to say that if Game of Thrones ends with a pop, this will be a series that will be enjoyed not only by current fans, but also by future generations. It's too big not to do it, especially if Hollywood is still restarting decades from now.
That sounds too dramatic, and maybe it's a bit, but you can not deny Game of Thrones will be remembered as a big part of pop culture in the early decades of the 2000s. record audiences tuning in during a time when fantasy style is not the most modern on television, there will be conversations about how to recapture the success of this show in the coming years, regardless of what people think of the end. . Beyond everything else that has been mentioned as a valid reason to let the program take its time with Season 8, the main conclusion is that the fanfare surrounding this show will remain if the fans wait six months or two years for its release. If it takes a little longer to finish things, then so be it. The fans will still be around.
In case it is not explicitly obvious in the above, it seems that Season 8 of Game of Thrones is happening in 2019. To see a list of shows to watch in the meantime, head over to our Fall premiere guide and the mid-season premiere guide. To see some canceled programs in 2017, visit our cancellation guide.
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