‘Game Of Thrones' Has A New Teaser - And Finally A Release Date
‘Game of Thrones' released a new trailer - winter is finally coming
Get ready to return to Westeros one last time. The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones will premiere on April 14th, and there's a brand-new teaser that will make you start counting the days immediately .
Winter is already here, but now it's coming for real. Game of Thrones , which previously revealed a release month for the premiere of their final season, has now announced the actual day we get to start watching the beginning of the end. The new teaser that goes along with the big news will have chills going down your spine - time to reach for your Sansa-like wolf fur cape.
April 14. ForTheThrone pic.twitter.com/Mzy22yxM6Z
- Game Of Thrones January 14, 2019
PHEW. Anyone else's heart racing in furious panic about what the future holds for the remaining Starks? The last jaw-dropping trailer focused on Daenerys.
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