'Game of Thrones': HBO releases trailer for final season

Bessie Dean
March 7, 2019

The trailer also includes Jaime Lannister leading a fleet of boats, his sister Cersei (clutching another glass of wine, naturally) and Sansa Stark setting eyes on the dragons.

In the real world, winter has been and gone - which, for Game Of Thrones fans, is a sign that we've almost reached the final season of HBO's stunning fantasy epic.

It's all come down to this - the long-awaited ending to the series we first started bingeing in 2011.

Game of Thrones season eight will premiere on HBO on 14 April. The Night King now has a dragon of his own (zombified, of course) and moved his undead army across The Wall and into the land of the living. It is unclear to whom he is speaking, but the nature of his dialogue suggests it could be his brother Tyrion, Jon Snow, or another character on their side of the Great War.

Providing the voiceover, Arya says: "I know death". Not only is there still that cover story from yesterday to pore over, but HBO has been kind enough to finally drop the full trailer for season 8.

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"There's the funniest sequence I've ever shot on this show, the most emotional and compelling scene I've ever shot, and there's one scene where there's so many [major characters] together it feels like you're watching a superhero movie".

Who'll survive the Night King's advances? So we've gone through the two-minute video and highlighted just about every visual, so we all can glean as much info as possible from the images presented. "It was like it was created to make you think, 'Right, I'm f**king sick of this, '" Jon Snow aka Kit Harington had said in an earlier interview.

The trailer closes out with what looks like the beginning of the fated battle between our heroes and the White Walkers, and by the time it's all over, you'll be on the edge of your seat.

Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister.

Who do you think will sit upon the Iron Throne once all is said and done?

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