Game Of Thrones is one of the most popular shows on the planet, but it will end soon. Season eight will conclude the story of the Stark, Lannister, and Targaryen stories. The show’s creators have promised that the final season will be the most epic event the show has debuted, which is saying something. Episodes like “The Battle of the Bastards,” “The Rains of Castamere,” and “Hardhome” have all left fans quivering in a mix of disbelief and excitement. What could be more epic than watching Jon Snow defeat Ramsay Bolton? Apparently, season eight will educate us.
As reported by Entertainment Weekly, a Game of Thrones reunion was filmed in Belfast earlier this year. Actors who have been long dead, such as Sean Bean, were in attendance at the event. Jason Momoa was also seen out in Belfast, but his involvement in the reunion hasn’t been confirmed. We’re sure that if they brought back Ned Stark, a long list of other deceased stars will join him in the show’s final bow. Conan ‘O Brien hosted the reunion special, which was not confirmed by HBO at the time. Now, the ever-secretive Game of Thrones team has confirmed the reunion special, but it won’t be airing on television.
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The reunion special will be included in a box set of seasons one through eight. Obviously, the set will not be released until the series finale wraps on HBO. The final season of Game of Thrones begins April 2019.