HBO confirms Game of Thrones won't be back until 2019

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Shockingly, it also makes him the nephew of Daenerys Targaryen, played by Emilia Clarke, which means their lusty romance is incest. HBO confirmed Thursday that the eighth and final season of the hit swords-and-dragons fantasy series "Game of Thrones" won't reach our screens until 2019.

The trailer for the highly anticipated seventh season of Game of Thrones has been released.

Season 7, which had only seven episodes, concluded on August 27. HBO said on Thursday that Benioff and Weiss will also direct the final season.

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As Entertainment Weekly previously noted, the show taking so long to come out may be bad news for fans, but welcomed news to HBO.

In the last season, things are gearing up for the invasion of the White Walkers and the wights in Westeros, Cersei is scheming as usual, and Jon and Dany finally got it on.

The others have all had roles creating the mythical world of author George R.R. Martin. The season will be written by Benioff and Weiss, as well as Bryan Cogman and Dave Hill.

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Actress Sophie Turner had revealed that production for the final six episodes had begun in October.

Game of Thrones Season 7 aired in summer of 2017 and previous seasons had usually run in the spring.

The series is HBO's biggest hit ever with some 30 million viewers in the United States alone and an army of devoted fans worldwide. Bryan Cogman, Guymon Casady, Vince Gerardis and George R.R. Martin are the co-executive producers.

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