Here's the real reason why Game of Thrones isn't airing until 2019

Here's the real reason why Game of Thrones isn't airing until 2019

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Earlier this week, HBO confirmed that Game of Thrones will not return for its final, six-episode season until sometime in 2019. This Emmy Award-winning show is expected to reveal which of the warring families of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros will win the control of the Iron Throne. HBO has put out seven incredible seasons so far and the eighth will certainly follow that trend, but when the series finale finally happens fans will be forced to accept it as the definitive end of the story they love so much. Here's the one thing I can assure you: Dan and Dave were not sitting around on a beach waiting to go back to work. After all, Game of Thrones has been a massive success for HBO.

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Here's the real reason why Game of Thrones isn't airing until 2019

"They start shooting in the spring", Bloys confirmed, before dashing hopes with "It's not going to air in 2018".

Season 3 has been a long time coming - the second round aired back in 2015. For die-hard fans, that's AWESOME news, but it's also maybe ridiculous to think you're going to have to invest that much time each week to watch a television show?

As it turns out, the premiere of Season 8 was pushed to 2019 due to the strength of HBO's relationship with Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. It's a hard work to adapt considering many believe it to be the greatest comic book series of all time - just look at the divided reaction to Zack Snyder's 2009 film version - but Lindelof seems very up for the challenge. We don't want to use it to launch [a new series].

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