The wait is now almost over for the Game of Thrones season 7 as the new season is scheduled to air on July 16. Though the GoT S7 is not yet started, new informations are popping up about the season 8 which will the final and ending season for the Game of Thrones. According to latest reports, Game of Thrones season 8 might get delayed due to various reasons.

Game Of Thrones Season 8

Though HBO already confirmed that GoT S8 is planned for 2018, there are chances that final season might get delayed to 2019. The programming president of HBO, Casey Bloys, also added weight to the rumor when he stated that the production team is yet to decide the script and schedule for final season. What Bloys said kind of indicated that fans might actually see a delay in the final season’s release.

Game Of Thrones Season 8 To Get Delayed Because Of The Winds Of Winter 

On the other hand, some rumors claim that the delay will happen because of the upcoming novel George R.R. Martin is working on. It is said that the production has decided to give George R.R. Martin enough time to work on and release his much-anticipated novel, The Winds of Winter. Martin previously decided to release his novel this year. There were various reports claiming that The Winds of Winter will be released right after Game of Thrones season 7 ends. Now that Game of Thrones season 8 might get delayed, Martin might consider releasing his novel next year. However, the author is yet to officially confirm its release date.

Game Of Thrones Season 8 Filming To Begin In Spring 2018? 

On the other hand, the cast and crew of Game of Thrones season 8 are fully prepared for the filming. Some cast members said that the filming for the final season will begin as soon as the seventh season ends, but various rumors claim that it will begin in Spring 2018. The filming will take place in Spain.


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