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Jon Snow knows nothing, but Sansa Stark apparently knows plenty — including when the final season of Game of Thrones will air.
Speaking to Variety, Sophie Turner seemed to confirm months of speculation that Game of Thrones won’t launch its eighth and final season next year, but will instead hold the much anticipated series finale until 2019.
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“We started in October, so we’re maybe like a tenth of the way through,” Turner joked when asked how filming was progressing on Season 8. “No, no, we’ve got six or seven months left.” Read more…
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We’re counting the days until Game of Thrones returns for Season 8, but judging by these hints from one of the show’s stars, we’ll be counting a while longer.
Actor Liam Cunningham (who plays the show’s frequent MVP Ser Davos) recently told TV Guide that the final season’s six episodes are “definitely going to be bigger and what I hear is longer … We’re filming right up until the summer.”
And appearing at a panel for Amazon’s new sci-fi anthology series, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, at New York Comic Con, Cunningham gave us an idea of the production schedule for Game of Thrones‘ final season. Read more…
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It’s hard to pull people away from their treasured porn, but the lure of Game of Thrones appears to be irresistible.
Pornhub reports that they saw a 4.5 percent dip in viewership during the season premiere on Sunday night. That’s a big blow to traffic, since Sunday nights are one of the busiest times for the site. (Gotta fight that Monday dread somehow.)
This season’s opener provided a slightly larger drop than last year’s, when traffic was down only 4.1 percent. Though if last season is any indication, every Sunday night will see a dip.
While the figures change from week to, not surprisingly the suspenseful night of the finale has proved to be the biggest drop. Read more…
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