Game of Thrones Season 8

Release Date, Full Episodes

Game of Thrones season 8 started airing on Sunday, April 14, 2019. Subscribe below for season Eight fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — May 19, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S8E1 Winterfell

S8E2 A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms

S8E3 The Long Night

S8E4 The Last of the Starks

S8E5 The Bells

most recent episode S8E6 The Iron Throne

How many episodes are in season 8 of Game of Thrones?

The season consists of 6 episodes.


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Previously on Game of Thrones: Cersei sits on the Iron Throne; Daenerys sails across the Narrow Sea; Jon Snow is King in the North, and winter is finally here.

Critics Reviews

    Winter is well and truly over and this fantastic tv series has been groundbreaking in so many ways. They went out visually with a bang, some truly amazing scenes I cannot deny that at all. The dragons eventually being used in such a tremendous manner! Something that let season 8 down (a little bit) was the character <...> - per Let's Go To The Movies - Season 8 [Caz]

    ah nice to see some sensible opinions on the seasons that isn’t enflamed by “everything isn’t perfect like I envisioned it in my head therefor it’s ALL horrible” yes, I did have a lot of minor issues with the season (like how they insisted on stationing their soldiers IN FRONT of the <...> - per 100 Films in a Year - Season 8 [Richard Nelson]

    Despite gestures toward a long arc of women’s empowerment [...] the writers reveal a fundamental limitation of imagination: they can’t envision power roles for women as a group, only for exceptional women as individual heroes. This is fantastic representation for the disability community to have a little person be <...> - via Mediaversity - Season 8 [Li Lai]

    The visuals for the series continue to be excellent.  They are as good as any major motion picture and have a grand feel to them.  The ending sequence alone shows the scope of the show and with the scope promises that the world of Westeros will continue, and the world itself will grow as people like Arya continue to <...> - via BasementRejects - Season 8 [JPRoscoe]

    Delving further into her storyline, I wasn’t a fan of Brienne and Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) having sex, purely because of Tyrion’s drunken cruelty regarding her sexuality in The Last of the Starks which forced their union.  Brienne and Jaime’s relationship was always something built on respect <...> - per Confessions From A Geek Mind - Season 8 [Kelechi Ehenulo]


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