With less than a month to go before Game of Thrones starts its final season, HBO has revealed the runtime for each of the eight final episodes.
As you probably guessed, most of them are on the longer side of 60-minutes, with a select few coming close to the 90-minute mark.
Here are the official times, according to Entertainment Weekly:
Season 8, episode 1 will be 54 minutes long and will air on April 14.
Season 8, episode 2 will be 58 minutes long and will air on April 21.
Season 8, episode 3 will be one hour and 22 minutes long and will air on April 28.
Season 8, episode 4 will be one hour and 18 minutes long and will air on May 5.
Season 8, episode 5 will be one hour and 20 minutes long and will air on May 12.
Season 8, episode 6 will be one hour and 20 minutes long and will air on May 19.
And that’s it. After those six episodes, it’s all over, folks, and we’ll leave Westeros once and for all.
Not really, of course, given that we’re supposed to see all kinds of prequels and sequels built around the franchise, but there’s something pretty special about Game of Thrones itself coming to its climatic ending.
While these times might seem pretty long to the average TV-watcher, Game of Thrones fans knows that they still can’t waste a single minute of any of those runtimes given just how much ground the show is going to have to cover in its final season.
So, with that being said, what do you think is going to happen in the final Game of Thrones season? Are Jon Snow and Daenerys going to get married, or will the White Walkers get to them first? Let us know in the comments below!