How long have we been without Game of Thrones now? I could look that up exactly — there must be some counter online with an official countdown to #GameofThrones season 7 — but I think that'd just distract me from everything else in life. Still, more awaits. Liam Cunningham (a.k.a. Ser Davos Seaworth) recently told reporters:
''We’re still filming. We don’t finish until the end of [February]. That’s seven episodes. And then we start again in September and there’s a final six.''
Here's the footage in question, grabbed from an impromptu interview on the Golden Globes red carpet.
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Does Cunningham's comment illuminate anything about the future of Game of Thrones? It certainly confirms what we've heard from other sources: the final season of Game of Thrones will only have six episodes. It also hints that we'll see a lot of snow: the filming dates for seasons 7 and 8 align with more wintery conditions: winter has well and truly COME, all over Westeros.
Obviously, HBO (and plenty of fans) would love for there to be another 20 seasons of the show, but as Davos himself once said, it's better to wait for the right time than risk everything.
Surely what we reeeaallllyyy want is to see Davos and Gendry reunited? According to some sneak peek set photos, that should be on the cards...
Let's hope that Game of Thrones gives us an ending worthy of the show we love. What do you guys think will happen in the last episodes of Game of Thrones?
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