It's been a long time coming: Game of Thrones Season 8 is set to debut in April 2019. The clock is ticking, and fans only have one more season of Game of Thrones to say goodbye to their favorite characters. Whether that farewell is happy or soaked in blood is yet to be seen, depending on the direction taken by showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.
No matter what happens with Jon, Daenerys, Arya, Sansa, Jaime, Cersei, and the rest of the heroes and villains of this show, one thing is for sure: Game of Thrones's final season will be the most powerful one yet. Expect major conflicts, significant losses, and a tearful (if impermanent) farewell to Westeros.
Season 8 of Game of Thrones finally sees the Night King and his white walkers cross into Westeros on a path of doom, presumably one that leads straight through Winterfell to King's Landing. Additionally, the characters may finally learn the truth about Jon's true lineage and his right to the Iron Throne. The way this all plays out is anyone's guess, but it's possible to make predictions based on what we know so far.
The Ending Is Hidden In A Spotify PlaylistPhoto: Spotify/HBO
The Official Trailer Teases The Final BattlePhoto: Helen Sloane/HBO
The Teaser Hints At A Literal Battle Between Ice And FirePhoto: Courtesy of HBO
The First Episode Airs In April 2019Photo: Helen Sloane/HBO
It Starts And (Likely) Ends At WinterfellPhoto: Helen Sloane/HBO
A New Set Built For King's Landing Could Reveal A Major SpoilerPhoto: Helen Sloane/HBO