Connect with us

The Low Down

HBO Finally Gave Us A Release Date For ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 8

Published

on

Game of Thrones has become HBO’s biggest franchises of all time. The series creators took on a nearly impossible task, to condense George R.R. Martin’s epic novel into a concise television series. However, they have done so with such great detail and action that the series has reached international attention. The series is now in its eighth and final hour, and HBO has finally given what fans have been waiting for.

HBO Finally Confirms Season Eight Release

HBO has finally confirmed that the eighth season of Game of Thrones will premier in April 2019. Season 7 premiered in July 2017, so fans have been patiently waiting a while for the climactic ending.

Twitter @GameOfThrones

HBO released the date in a Twitter trailer of the final season. The trailer includes the quote, “Every battle. Every betrayal. Every risk. Every fight. Every sacrifice. Every death. All #ForTheThrone”

What Will Happen In The Eight And Final Season?

Season eight will hopefully answer a lot of open-ended plot points from the previous season. Fans are dying to know if Daenerys and Jon Snow will figure out that they’re blood relatives, as well as if the infamous Cleganebowl between The Hound and The Mountain will finally happen.

SciFiNow

Of course, season eight will likely answer the biggest question of them all. What will happen when the Whitewalkers enter Westeros, and who will eventually win the ultimate “Game of Thrones” and become their new leader.

HBO President Is Excited For The Six New Movie-Length Episodes

HBO President Casey Bloys said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss have taken their time with the new season. They wanted to ensure that all special effects and big battle scenes were delivered in the high quality that fans have come to expect.

HBO

“These things take time… Dan and Dave were not sitting around on a beach waiting to go back to work. They’re perfectionists and this is the soonest it can come back at a level of quality that they are comfortable with,” said Boyd. The final season will feature 90-minute episodes with movie-like quality and plenty of drama as promised.

The Low Down

NBC Renews Brooklyn Nine-Nine For Another Season

Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been going strong for six seasons straight. Universally considered one of the best and most biting sitcoms of the past few years, it ran into a bit of problem last year. Threatened with cancellation, the Andy Samberg star vehicle needed a new home. NBC scooped it up and brought it back with panache. Now, it's coming back...

Published

on

Continue Reading

The Low Down

Matt Ryan Could Potentially Star In A New Constantine TV Show

DC/Vertigo's foul-mouthed but loveable magician has very bad luck. Both in the realities of his stories and in the many attempts to adapt him to screen. From the mediocre film, the good TV, and even the fantastic animated films, he seems to never be able to stick a landing. But his luck may be turning around in the near future....

Published

on

Continue Reading

The Low Down

Wesley Snipes May Be Returning As MCU’s ‘Blade’

How exciting would it be to see another installment of the Blade series starring the original day walker, Wesley Snipes himself? Pretty cool, right? Well, fellow Marvel fans, we might just get to see that. A Synopsis For those of you out there who are hearing about this Blade fellow for the first time, allow us to briefly bring you up...

Published

on

Continue Reading