Game of Thrones season 9: Will GOT continue after season 8 finale?

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This is not the first time Amazon has leaked a Thrones episode early; in April, Amazon Prime in Germany accidentally uploaded the second episode of season eight ahead of schedule.

Apparently, "The Long Night" applies to both episode three of Game of Thrones' final season and the development process on those spin-offs.

Ahead of Episode 4, which will supposedly show the aftermath of the Long Night battle in Winterfell, the two teased viewers with their flat-out refusal to answer whether the ominous army of the dead will return to Westeros.

He wrote on his blog, "Internet reports are notoriously unreliable".

He added, "What are they about?"

Fire & Blood, you say, which chronicles what happened with the Targaryen clan 300 years before the events of the A Song Of Ice And Fire, which forms the basis for the series?

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The one we definitely know about is a sort of prequel/companion show that takes place thousands of years before the current series.

Then the author plugged his new book, Fire & Blood and told fans to "come up with your own theories".

As for why he hasn't been allowed to call the inaugural spin-off series The Long Night? And only one thing is for sure: from the horrifying secrets of Westeros' history to the true origin of the white walkers, the mysteries of the East to the Starks of legend - it's not the story we think we know.

HBO's Game of Thrones season 8 only has three episodes remaining and fans will be wondering what to watch next after the release of the final episode. King's Landing does not exist.

On the question if anyone would ascend the Iron Throne, they repeated their reply, evoking loud laughs from audience members watching the show live. "There are no dragons there".

Game of Thrones airs on Sundays at 9/8c on HBO.

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