Game of Thrones season 8: How long the first two episodes are

Game of Thrones season 8: How long the first two episodes are

Game of Thrones season 8: How long the first two episodes are

Our anticipation for the final season has reached fever pitch. Game of Thrones' episode lengths always vary, but these are very much in line with the sub-60 minute running time of previous seasons.

The march of death is getting faster, and this April we'll be in the endgame as Game of Thrones returns for its eighth and *final* season.

Public listings for season eight's first two episodes have been joined by unlisted but publicly accessible listings for the final four episodes.

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Winter Is Coming noticed that HBO released their programming schedule for the first two episodes in Season 8, which will run for 54 and 58 minutes each.

Considering the two shortest episodes of Game of Thrones were each 50 minutes long, this means that Season 8 technically contains seven episodes worth of material.

The answer is simple and certainly not as dramatic as the events yet to unfold on Thrones during season 8: the episodes hadn't been finalized when Nutter wrote that they would all be around 60 minutes or longer, and the editing process clipped away a few minutes from each. But when you have a series with such a large community of fans, it is very hard to please everyone, as D.B. Weiss and David Benioff told EW. You can check out our recaps of Season 1 and Season 2, but now we're moving on to Game of Thrones Season 3. There are countless great moments, plenty of horrifying ones, moments of foreshadows, and lots to pick up on when going back through these 10 episodes.

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