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Game of Thrones season 8: Official Runtime & Air Date Of Each Episode Revealed

Here’s how longthy ‘Game of Thrones’ season 8 episode will be, and what is the airing date


Game of Thrones season 8 is less than a month away from its official release. We have got details of each and every episode of GoT season 8 ranging from its official release date to its actual length. Earlier there were reports doing the rounds on social media that Game of Thrones season 8 will have merely six episodes unlike its earlier season which used to be 10 episodes excepts season 7. The network HBO has finally confirmed the run time of each episode and air date of the most anticipated season.

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Yes, there was buzz that the runtimes of episodes in season 8 will have feature-length, unlike its earlier seasons. But, if we look at the official length, the first two episodes of Game of Thrones 8 have shorter runtime than usual. However, the remaining four episodes will have feature-length. Their runtime will be ranging from one hour 18 minutes to one hour 22 minutes.

As we all know that the first episode of last season will be aired on April 14. Without further ado let’s take a look a look.

Here is the runtime of six episodes of GoT Last season along with their air dates

  • Season 8, Episode 1
    Date: Sunday, April 14 (all episodes air at 9:00 p.m. ET)
    Estimated running time: 0:54
  • Episode 2
    Date: Sunday, April 21
    Estimated running time: 0:58
  • Episode 3
    Date: Sunday, April 28
    Estimated running time: 1:22
  • Episode 4
    Date: Sunday, May 5
    Estimated running time: 1:18
  • Episode 5
    Date: Sunday, May 12
    Estimated running time: 1:20
  • Episode 6
    Date: Sunday, May 19
    Estimated running time: 1:20

According to reports, the last season of GoT is likely to be a war between the living — the Westerosi led by Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow and others — against the Night King, his White Walker lieutenants and their army of ice-zombies called wights.

This eighth season is also likely to resolve the conflict of the Iron Throne, the conflict from which the name of the popular show has been derived. As we all know, currently, Cersei Lannister sits as the queen in King’s Landing.

If you need to be reminded of how epic the last season of Game of Thrones is going to be, Watch the trailer here:

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