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You Might Have to Wait a While for Season 8 of Game of Thrones
September 6, 2017 By Jon Somers
Normally the void and emptiness for Game of Thrones fans between seasons is only 10 months but now sources have claimed production on the eighth season is set to begin in October and will run as late as August 2018 – which could push the return of the final six episodes into 2019.
This would be the longest gap there’s ever been between seasons, with the recent season seven only being delayed by a few months from early 2017 to a summer release date.
HBO is neither confirming or denying expanding Game Of Thrones production beyond the usual four or five months, but HBO programming boss Casey Bloys has described how David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’s vision for the final season is proving a complex issue.
Speaking to THR, Casey said: ‘Our production people are trying to figure out a timeline for the shoot and how much time the special effects take.
HBO are however at least attempting to fill the gaping void in our lives, launching documentary spin-off Game Revealed which goes behind-the-scenes on the latest season across six episodes.
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