"Every fight, every betrayal, every risk, every fight, every victim, every death, whatever is called" Toronto "seems to be the motto of the last season.
"Each fight Each bet Every risk Each fight. Every victim Everyone's death All #PorElTrono"is a brief and powerful message with which the filmmakers"Game of Thrones"(Game of Thrones) reported that the final season will be premiered April 2019 by HBO, (Maybe you're interested: Naomi Watts is doing a marathon "Game of Thrones" to prepare prequel).
Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Lena Headey and Peter Dinklage some of the main actors of the series, who on August 27, 2017, broadcast the last chapter of their seventh season. (You can read: The end of the "game throne" will be full of death).
On the eighth and last season "Game of Thrones"Much has been said: that the Royal landing will be destroyed, that one of the favorite houses will be returned or that the two" traitors "will return. Emilia Clarke The Telegraph told the newspaper that "no one of the actors knows what the end is, if there is a leak, I do not believe because it is probably not true."
On the other hand, Ben Crompton, who plays Eddison Tollett, said in an interview with Chronicle Live that the end of the series will not disappoint their fans.
"I can only tell you that the eighth season is great, Honestly, there are a few things that do not look like anything that is visible on television. "
"Game of Thrones"tells the story of noble families struggling to control Iron Throne, while at the same time remaining alert to invade undesirable white hikers from the north.
This series has more Emmy awards than any other show in history (47 statues) and is broadcast in 170 countries with record-breaking ratings around the world. In the United States there is a audience that exceeds 20 million per episode.
Although the eighth season is the last in "Game of Thrones" HBO said they worked on four different "spin offs" to keep up with this fantasy story, Casey Bloys explained to fans that these productions will only be released to the public at least one year after the end of the series and that David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, TV program writers, will not take part in these series of performances.