President Casey Bloys knows you are mad about the Game of Thrones delay, but he says it will be worth it the wait. Now, however, we know that season 8 won't come until 2019 which pushing back the earliest possible start date for the spinoff.
But while the first spinoff won't air until 2020, we'll likely get some clarity on which one (or two, or three) gets the greenlight before then.
At the time the new developments were announced HBO said they would "explore different time period of the vast and rich universe". "This story, A Song of Ice and Fire, is done". The one thing I will tell you, which we talked about before, any sort of pilot-to-series [order], there's not going to be anything on our air for a least a year after Game of Thrones airs.
The good news is that season 8 of HBO's hit show Game of Thrones is already in the works.
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The duo wanted as much time as they could to make the strongest - and most epic - episodes that they possibly could. They love working together and they're really fun to work with. Not everybody is on the same schedule, so I've seen different versions of different things that are potentially exciting. When asked how many will actually get made, Bloys said, "I'll do anywhere from zero to five!".
Luckily, everything we've heard about the final season, sounds absolutely incredible and Bloys only added to the anticipation in talking about the forthcoming six-episode finale. "I'm happy with what I'm seeing but don't have a time table yet in terms of how we're going to make decision".
We won't get another glimpse at the ladies of Monterey and their drama-filled lives in the second season of Golden Globes-winning Big Little Lies until 2019, HBO confirmed Thursday.
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