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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Game of Thrones is the biggest TV show to have ever filmed, both in terms of its budget and viewership. It also holds the record for the most number of Emmy Awards won. Have you ever wondered, why the show is so popular? Research by data scientists and network theorists might hold the key to the secrets of the show’s unprecedented fame!
Researchers from five universities from the UK and Ireland came together to unravel A Song of Ice and Fire, the books on which the TV series is based.
A paper was published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. A team of physicists, mathematicians and psychologists from Coventry, Warwick, Limerick, Cambridge and Oxford universities got together. They used data science and network theory to analyse the acclaimed book series by George R. R. Martin.
The study shows the way the interactions between the characters are arranged is similar to how humans maintain relationships and interact in the real world. Although important characters are famously killed off at random as the story is told, the underlying chronology is not at all so unpredictable.
The team found over 2,000 named characters in Martin’s book and over 41,000 interactions between them. Even the most pivotal characters average out to have only 150 others to keep track of. This is the same number that the average human brain has evolved to deal with.
Did the results surprise you? Tell us what you think of the research in the comments below!
Revenge was the main driving force for Maisie Williams’ Arya Stark that kept her going against all odds on Game of Thrones. Her will to survive and the flame of vengeance turned her into one of the most formidable assassins ever in Westeros. Maisie is back with the same burning rage in the new trailer for HBO Max’s dark action-comedy Two Weeks to Live.
Williams, who earlier said her new role was the polar opposite to Arya, is seen raising her kill-count in the trailer. Her character, Kim Stokes is a 20-year-old girl who finds it hard to fit into society after living for a long time in isolation with her mother. Her mother, Tina, played by Sian Clifford, is a paranoid mom who went into hiding after her husband died under murky circumstances.
The story takes a hilarious and action-packed turn when Kim butts her head with her brothers Jay (Taheen Modak) and Nicky (Mawaan Rizwan) in a nearby town. The fun begins when they come across a rumour about the world ending in two weeks. Maisie’s character then ropes in the brother duo in her dangerous quest of exacting revenge on her father’s killers.
Maisie’s new character looks spine-chilling when going for a kill, yet cute when she’s back with her family. Are you excited about the humour-packed thriller? Tell us in the comments below!
Game of Thrones was a life-changing experience for both the fans and the cast of the show. Many of the stars have moved onto new projects ever since the show wrapped up filming. John Bradley, who played the affable Samwell Tarly on the acclaimed TV series, recently joined Lionsgate’s space epic Moonfall.
Bradley was selected as a replacement for Josh Gad for the movie. The Frozen star couldn’t continue due to his scheduling complications. Other than Bradley, the space-epic boasts of a highly acclaimed roaster consisting of Stanley Tucci and Halle Berry.
The casting update arrived via Deadline. Disaster-epic-specialist Roland Emmerich’s upcoming movie features the Moon being knocked from its orbit of Earth by a mysterious force and then heading straight for our planet. The description to the movie says,
“With mere weeks before impact and against all odds, a ragtag team launches an impossible last-ditch mission into space, leaving behind everyone they love and risking everything to land on the lunar surface and save our planet from annihilation.”
John Bradley plays the role of KC Houseman, who is an eccentric and unkempt genius. It is his character who discovers the Moon’s potentially catastrophic fall from orbit. Similar to John’s Game of Thrones character Samwell Tarly, KC prefers brains over brawn to deal with a situation. (Check out his views on the show’s finale)
Are you excited to see Bradley once again over the silver screen? Let us know in the comments below!