We've waited years for 'Game of Thrones' Season 8, so you better believe the show's final chapter will dominate our calendars come April 14. If you're anything like us, the next six Sundays will be spent at home on your couch with an array of snackage on your coffee table and a glass of wine in your hand as you thank the gods that Winter has (finally) come. Thankfully, HBO has released the full season schedule so we know exactly how to plan — and we're talking down to the minute.
Game of Thrones airs every Sunday on HBO at 9 p.m. (8 p.m. central). Season 8 is the show's briefest season to date, which means every episode matters.
Episode 1 - April 14, 54 minutes.
Episode 2 - April 21, 58 minutes.
Episode 3 - April 28, 1 hr. 22 minutes.
Episode 4 - May 5, 1 hr. 18 minutes.
Episode 5 - May 12, 1 hr. 20 minutes.
Episode 6 - May 19, 1 hr. 20 minutes.
Here's the synopsis for Episode 1:
"The Great War has come, the Wall has fallen and the Night King's army of the dead marches towards Westeros. The end is here, but who will take the Iron Throne?"
As a reminder, HBO is a premium network with no commercials, so yeah, that snackage? You'll need to collect it before the show starts. GoT is a notorious nail-biter, so we recommend stocking up. Nervous munching is real.
Here's the official Season 8 teaser trailer:
Don't miss the Game of Thrones Season 8 premiere on Sunday, April 14.