Games of Thrones' last season will be depressingly short

  • Games of Thrones' last season will be depressingly short

Games of Thrones' last season will be depressingly short

Discussing the upcoming final seasons alongside showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss, the actress revealed to the crowd that Sansa might not make it to season eight. "The characters who maybe will survive - there's always going to be this temptation to keep doing it... to do the spinoff show or do the sequel show and everything".

You'd be forgiven for thinking that Ed Sheeran might be a little too busy for a TV appearance, but it's been confirmed that the record-breaking singer will pop up in the next series of 'Game Of Thrones'. "I think HBO might well do [another series] and I look forward to watching it and I think it be great, but I think they should get new blood in", Benioff said. The series returns to HBO on July 16th. "I would rather have no sequel and leave it as-is then have something we rushed out". We'll take some shots at it.

Maisie Williams kept her cool, but she's screaming with joy internally, 100%, because Ed Sheeran is going to be appearing in the next season of Game of Thrones.

We have no worry that Benioff and Weiss know how to handle the end of Game of Thrones, and those concerned that it can't get done properly with only six episodes should realize that the show has actually been getting ready to end for about a season. Weiss joked off by saying: "We only watch cartoons" and further continued by saying: "we don't want to ruin Rick and Morty.", according to digital times.