Sophie Turner says Game of Thrones season 8 will premiere in 2019

Friday, 08 Dec, 2017

"Game of Thrones" Season 8 will premiere in 2019. The network is probably waiting for the right time to announce the estimated arrival of Game of Thrones Season 8, hoping to give fans a more concrete release date. The 21-year-old actress has portrayed Sansa Stark in the hit HBO show since season one and is now filming for the eighth and final season, and the popularity of the show attracted a number of great actors including Peter Dinklage and Lena Headey.

When Game of Thrones returns in 2019 it will be with giant-sized episodes, previously confirmed to each be feature length. I'm a producer on my next movie (Girl Who Fell From The Sky). "So I'm really excited about the future", Turner revealed when discussing her excitement for what's to come next year.

Game of Thrones is based on the novel series "A Song of Ice and Fire" by George R.R. Martin.

The actress delivered the blow in an interview with Variety, telling the publication there were still "six or seven months left" of shooting on the HBO show's final season".

Stay tuned to tuned to Heroic Hollywood for more news on the final season of Game of Thrones as it develops! "Every single cast member was pretty much there", Turner continued.

What is clear is that the show only meant to push back its final season premiere for good reason. But if her fight is more passionate than political, that suggests that she's not dragged into whatever machinations Cersei Lannister has planned next.

To celebrate the Blu-ray and DVD release of Game of Thrones Season 7 on 11th December, we have teamed up with Tourism Ireland to offer an fantastic two day stay in Northern Ireland, the home of Westeros, along with a copy of Game of Thrones Season 7 on DVD.

Who do you think will emerge victorious from The Great Game? We knew there was a chance HBO would hold the final season longer than usual; via Variety, Sansa just confirmed that's exactly what's happening. "We're all trying not to take it for granted anymore".