Winter is here!. From last few days, social media is going crazy because recently HBO released a bunch of photos from its famous show Game of Thrones final season. Game of Thrones season 8 will be the last season of this tv series, and after seeing some jaw-dropping pictures from the upcoming season, fans are creating their own theories to predict who is going to die in next season. A week ago HBO released the teaser trailer of Game of Thrones in which we can see the stark family being reunited and getting ready for the final battle against white walker. But, that teaser trailer has left fans with many unanswered questions since it did not reveal anything about the upcoming season. After seeing latest photos of an upcoming season, fans are now wondering what worst is going to happen in next season, and everyone is asking only one question when is HBO going to release full trailer game of thrones season 8?
When asked some questions regarding trailer date of the game of thrones season 8 HBO’s programming president Casey Bloys said: “everything is under work and I can’t reveal the dates.” HBO has confirmed that all the episodes of GOT will be more than one hour which makes this season of Game of Thrones as one of the most of expensive show of 2019. There are only two months left for the final season, and now fans are expecting a jaw-dropping trailer from HBO. But it seems like HBO is not in a hurry to reveal that much secrets about its upcoming season. If we look into the previous records, then season 7 of game of thrones got lots of affected when the script of some episodes got leaked online.
However, this time HBO’s team is taking enormous effort to keep the secret of every significant thing about the final season of game thrones. But one question remains in our mind, and that’s when are we going to see the trailer of the game of thrones season 8.
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