The First Official Game of Thrones Season 8 Teaser Has Arrived
HBO just loves to keep teasing us with what they know we so desperately want.
It's been confirmed that Game of Thrones will return for its eighth and final season in April 2019. And though there will only be six episodes, each one is set to be over one hour long, and will hopefully answer all of our burning questions.
Although a trailer has not been released today, and this actually shows no footage of the beloved show whatsoever, the first official Game of Thrones Season 8 teaser is out, and it's still enough to get us hyped.
The teaser, which debuted at Brazil Comic Con in São Paulo, shows the Painted Table at Dragonstone catching fire, symbolizing fire and ice. The 54-second clip ends with the Game of Thrones logo, followed by what we already know: "The Final Season April 2019."
This, we suppose, is one step closer to an actual trailer, as the previous Game of Thrones teaser included only footage from previous seasons, along with the announcement of when Season 8 would premiere. We'll take whatever progress we can get at this point.