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Game of Thrones Season 7 finale will be the series' longest episode till date!



Off late, there has been lot of interest over the length of Game of Thrones season 7 episodes and it’s natural considering that the season will have only 7 episodes, instead of the normal 10. As a result, people have been wondering if HBO will increase the lenght of the episodes. We recently reported that Game of Thrones season 7 premiere will be the 2nd longest premiere episode, with the 2nd episode being the longest 2nd episode till date. Now, Watchers on the Wall has reported that Game of Thrones season 7 will feature two of the longest episodes till date!

Take a look at the runtime of all the episodes from Game of Thrones season 7 which was shared by the Watchers:

You will notice that episode 6 is 71 minutes long and the season finale is a record breaking 81 minutes long and it’s going to be sort of a mini-movie and we aren’t complaning a bit about it. The last two episodes of season 7 will break the record which has been held by season six finale “The Winds of Winter”. The episode was 68 minutes long and the sesaon 7 finale just dwarfs the episode with 13 extra minutes, which mean a lot for a show like Game of Thrones. Recently, James Hibberd from Entertainment Weekly while talking about the length of season 7 finale had said, “..the finale this season will be super-sized, clocking in at well over an hour..”. It’s just that we didn’t expect it to be so big!

However, there’s one short episode in the season and that’s the 4th episode, which will only be 50 minutes long. We would’ve loved to have a longer episode but you can’t get everything that you want and most of the episodes in season 7 are longer than the episodes from other seasons.

Game of Thrones Season 7 premieres on July 16 with a 59 minutes long episode.

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