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Runtimes of all Game Of Thrones Season 8 episodes have been revealed!



Today we had published an article which shared the runtimes of the first two episodes of Game Of Thrones season 8 and we thought that we might have to wait longer to find out the episode lengths of the final 4 episodes of season 8. However, it turns out we just had to make one small tweak to view the runtimes of the remaining 4 episodes and you are going to be really excited when you see the numbers!

HBO had updated it’s schedule to reveal the runtimes of the first two episodes and we just had to change the number in the URL to view the info about the remaining 4 episodes. The season 8 premiere will be 54 minutes long, while the second episode will be 58 minutes. Let’s take a look at the runtimes of the final 4 Game Of Thrones episodes!

Season 8 Episode 3: 1 Hour

Season 8 Episode 4: 1 Hour 18 Minutes

Season 8 Episode 5: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

Season 8 Episode 6: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

As we mentioned before, the 3rd episode, which will feature the Battle of Winterfell will be an hour-long episode and after that it just keeps on getting better and the final two episodes will be 80 minutes long! These two episodes are as long as the season 7 finale, “The Dragon and the Wolf,” which is the longest episode in the series and we now have 2 episodes in the final season which have the same runtimes!

So here are the episode lengths of all the Game Of Thrones Season 8 episodes:

Season 8 Episode 1: 54 minutes

Season 8 Episode 2: 58 minutes

Season 8 Episode 3: 60 minutes

Season 8 Episode 4: 78 minutes

Season 8 Episode 5: 80 minutes

Season 8 Episode 6: 80 minutes

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