‘Game of Thrones’ unveils first full-length trailer for final season

This 'Game Of Thrones' Star Says Filming The Final Battle Was

This article contains spoilers only of what was released in the new trailer for Season 8, but those who want to enter the final season with no knowledge of what's ahead should read on at their own risk. And it's pretty awesome.

For now, fans will have to cling to this trailer and any further footage teases until April.

The trailer then skips around: At King's Landing, we see an evil-smirked Cersei, then Dany and Jon arriving to Winterfell as Sansa stares in awe as Dany's dragons fly overhead.

The trailer concludes with a shot of numerous show's main characters, standing in Winterfell looking toward an approaching enemy.

Highly anticipated: One of the most popular television shows in recent memory is coming to an end. The final season is set to air in April 2019 and answer the questions that viewers have been dying to find out since the beginning of Game of Thrones.

The final season will consist of six feature-length episodes, including one that will feature the battle for Winterfell, which is believed to be the longest and most expensive consecutive battle sequence ever committed to film. As dramatic fantasy music reached a crescendo, Kit Harington's Jon Snow character describes them as an enemy that "doesn't tire, doesn't stop, doesn't feel".

John Rocha and Perri Nemiroff sit down to watch this trailer for the first time and give you their reaction to it.

In terms of the trailer above, we see most of the main characters staking out their ground for the battle to come. Are Jon and Daenerys approaching the living dragons in the aftermath of the battle for Winterfell, after dawn has come and the dragons have burned as numerous dead as they can? "I look forward to seeing this one", she says, menacingly. While Cersei Lannister (Lena Heady) remained in the south at the end of Season 7, her twin brother/lover, Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), rode north.



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