Game of Thrones season 8 trailer: When is the series 8 trailer out?

GAME OF THRONES season 8 trailer can’t come soon enough for fans who have already watched the first two teaser promos. But when will the Game of Thrones series 8 trailer be released by HBO?

The Game of Thrones season eight trailer will be released soon after two teaser promos got fans excited for the season eight air date on HBO on April 14, 2019. The first peeks of the Stark family; Jon Snow (played by Kit Harington), Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), and Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), came in the second teaser trailer entitled Crypts of Winterfell and first look season eight images, but fans want to know when they can see footage from the new series in a full Game of Thrones season eight trailer. The GoT first look images from Game of Thrones season eight in February, hinting at plenty of spoilers and clues. So when can Game of Thrones viewers can expect the season eight trailer?

When is the Game of Thrones season 8 trailer released?
Game of Thrones released its first teaser trailer, entitled Dragonstone, on December 6, 2018.

HBO then waited a month before dropping the second Game of Thrones teaser promo, entitled Crypts of Winterfell.

Crypts of Winterfell provided the first glimpse at the surviving members of the Stark family – Jon Snow, Arya Stark, and Sansa Stark, although fans were quick to question why Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) wasn’t in the latest Game of Thrones promo.

Both Game of Thrones trailers so far, however, haven’t revealed any clips or spoilers from the upcoming season.

Game of Thrones’ fans wait for a glimpse at season eight episodes may be prolonged a while longer, as a release date for a third trailer hasn’t been shared by show bosses.

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A trailer is on its way though, with show producers David Benioff and Dan Weiss confirming the news to Entertainment Weekly.

Benioff told EW: “[David Lynch] was saying he wished there were no trailers, and it’s true, you could just go into a movie and see something completely fresh.”

Weiss then added: “I wish there were no trailers, I just want somebody to say, ‘Trust me, go see this’ – We won’t though, we went and saw Ready Player One with our kids and they played the Westworld trailer and it looked great (so) we were like, ‘Ah, we should do that’.”

The only clip of action from Game of Thrones season eight so far came in a trailer released by HBO which teased all the upcoming drama on the US TV channel.

In the clip, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) arrives at Winterfell with Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen).

She is welcomed by Jon Snow, Sansa Stark, and Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).

As Daenerys approaches the trio, the camera switches to Sansa, who greet Daenerys with the statement: “Winterfell is yours, your grace”.

Who will star in Game of Thrones season 8?

Kit Harington, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, Emilia Clarke, Iain Glen and Gwendoline Christie are all certainties to appear in season eight of Game of Thrones having featured in promo clips for the upcoming series.

Clarke and Harington’s characters are set to play a big role in season eight, with Jon Snow predicted to take the Iron Throne from Daenerys should their real family connection be exposed.

Fan favourites Peter Dinklage (as Tyrion Lannister) and John Bradley (Samwell Tarly) are both also set to return to the HBO series.

Lena Headey (as Cersei Lannister) will continue to play the role of the murderous queen who currently sits on the Iron Throne – although Cersei has been tipped to die at some point in season eight.

Other actors to return will include Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (as Jaime Lannister), Nathalie Emmanuel (as Missandei), and Jacob Anderson (as Grey Worm).

Lord Varys (Conleth Hill) will also make a comeback, with some fans thinking Varys could be exposed as a secret Targaryen in the new series.

Game of Thrones’ actors will star in new feature-length episodes this series, according to reports.

The recent news of all the Game of Throne season eight’s episode runtimes being released seem to support that idea, so fans can expect to see the cast on screen for longer.

Many of the Game of Thrones season eight cast are pictured in the series’ first look images.

When is Game of Thrones season 8 released?

Game of Thrones season eight will premiere in the USA on HBO on Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 9pm EST.

For UK fans, they will be able to simulcast the first episode of the series on Sky Atlantic at 2am.

Sky Atlantic will also air the episode at 9pm the following evening (Monday, January 15).

Hulu and NOW TV subscribers will be able to watch each episode online in the USA and UK respectively.

Each episode of the eighth series will then air on a weekly basis.

Game of Thrones season 8 premieres on Sunday, January 14, on HBO.

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