HBO was working overtime on Sunday night when the network released a sizzle reel of their new slate of programming, including the highly anticipated final season of the fantasy drama, which is set to bow in the first half of 2019. However, over the weekend, a visual effects supervisor for the show told the Huffington Post that the team is just now beginning to work on Season 8 and that the season should be eligible for Emmy consideration in 2020. At io9, Beth Elderkin jokingly runs through a number of theories one might be able to parse from the footage, and people were pretty excited on Twitter.
Although we only get a brief glimpse at Game of Thrones' final season, it is hard to believe that after almost a decade on the air, we are finally seeing how the epic series concludes. 'So we'll still have quite a lot to do on season 8 when they're beginning.
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"We're going to be toiling away on season eight until May of 2019, so it's eight or nine months away", he added.
If what Bauer says is true, and his comments aren't simply a slip of the tongue, it represents the most definitive timetable yet, from anyone involved with the show.
First-look footage from the upcoming final series of Game Of Thrones shows Jon Snow and his half-sister Sansa Stark reuniting. There's also a flurry of super fast shots near the end which might contain new footage. However, as Entertainment Weekly notes, when Jon Snow hugs Sansa, it's happening at Winterfell, not Castle Black where they previously shared a sibling embrace in Season 6.