Month in which Game of Thrones will return, has been approved by HBO and Sky Atlantic.
After more than a year of speculation, it was discovered that Emmy's award winning drama will return to its last season in April 2019.
HBO has previously announced that the season's eighties will be the premiere of the "first half" of 2019, with the release date of the fantasy fantasy series narrowing down to two possible choices, one of which fell on April 28th, which is increasingly looking like a return date.
After approval fans can officially begin counting up to eight eight major cable television network's major exhibitions.
Together, Executive Director Bjøjn Cogmans said: "This applies to all these different personalities who come together in confrontation with a common enemy in solving their past and determining the person they want to be in front of death."
HBO is a huge year ahead, by the end of the year Throws introducing a new cable network era.
New exhibitions that were premiered in 2019 include Jordan Peele / J.J. Abram's horror drama Lovecraft State, Kathryn Hahn's comedy Fletcher and "remix" from Guard no Lost co-founder Damon Lindelof, whose outstanding drama Leftovers concluded in the channel in 2017.
Next year will also see a return The real detective, starring Mahershala Ali and Carmen Ejogo as well Big Little Lies that we will see Meryl Streep joining a high profile player.
You can find a summary of everything we know about the last season Game of Thrones here. It will be simulcast in the UK for both Sky Atlantic and NOW TV.