Game of Thrones Season 8 episode run times revealed

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The season launches April 14 on HBO.

With only six episodes to fit a whole season's worth of story into, Thrones will have to make the most of every minute of season 8.

With such words coming straight from the horse's mouth, our excitement to watch the final season of GOT has reached a new high.

The eighth and final season of HBO's Game of Thrones premieres on April 14, and following its long-awaited first trailer, HBO has unveiled a behind-the-scenes look on just how the notable actors in the series are outfitted into their characters' signature aesthetics such as the Night King, White Walkers, the Children of the Forest and more. Normally, individual episodes are priced at $4.49 CAD each (there are 10 episodes in season 2).

Because of this, a while ago HBO asked to audit M-Net's broadcast facilities and to approve the pay-TV broadcaster's security standard operating procedures (SOP).

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Thing is, we must remember that Thrones is on HBO, which means no advertisement breaks.

Game of Thrones will, besides its linear broadcast on M-Net (DStv 101), also be on MultiChoice's DStv Now Catch Up service after new episodes have been shown, with new episodes also becoming available on the Showmax subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service.

This isn't much different than the previous seven seasons.

In an interaction with Entertainment Weekly, director David Nutter had divulged some information about the series saying, "The fans will not be let down". Should that be true, it would certainly satisfy fans looking to go out with a film-sized bang. "They'll be dancing around the bigger numbers, I know that for sure", he wrote in November of 2018.

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