'Game of Thrones' season 8: Runtimes of all the episodes REVEALED!

Lewis Collier
March 13, 2019

Episode 1, which premieres on April 14, will be 54 minutes, while Episode 2 the following week is 58 minutes.

HBO has updated its schedule to include the first two episodes of season 8, complete with runtimes.

The eighth and final season, which will have six episodes, will kick off with two relatively normal hours. The show is one of the most-watched and most loved around the globe and it has given heart-fainting moments throughout these seven seasons. The first three episodes are simply regular length for Game of Thrones, which means that we also know now that the Battle of Winterfell is going to last an hour.

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Game of Thrones is surely the most popular series of recent years so there are big expectations for its final series - and a lot of pressure on the show's creators to deliver a good ending. Should that be true, it would certainly satisfy fans looking to go out with a film-sized bang. Game of Thrones' episode lengths always vary, but these are very much in line with the sub-60 minute running time of previous seasons.

With only six episodes to fit a whole season's worth of story into, Thrones will have to make the most of every minute of season 8. I'm pretty sure HBO never put any kind of limitations on how long episodes should be and we have actually had a longer episode already in Season 7. It really is so unpredictable the way that it ends up.

Game of Thrones season 8 premieres on HBO on April 14, 2019. Check back with Looper before the season 8 launch to learn what the final six episodes are titled.

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