HBO’s leader of programming Casey Bloys has uncovered that the eighth and last period of Game of Thrones will debut in the “primary half” of 2019. As indicated by The Hollywood Reporter, Bloys made the disclosure amid the Television Critics Association squeeze visit and furthermore said the last season is “truly incredible”.
“I’m not going to discuss what’s in store (from the last period of Game of Thrones) in spite of the fact that it’s quite incredible. I don’t think we’ve declared a date yet so at some point in ’19 … first half,” Bloys said.
The HBO official likewise discussed five Game of Thrones turn offs and said that system is right now just taking a shot at one of them. “We are completing a pilot that Jane Goodman composed. Out of five, we’d be fortunate to get one that we’re exceptionally amped up for it. We’re simply beginning the scan for an executive (and) throwing chief,” he said.
HBO has formally given a pilot arrange for a still-untitled Game of Thrones prequel, made by Jane Goldman and George R.R. Martin, whose A Song of Ice and Fire novel arrangement fills in as the reason for the prevalent epic dream arrangement.