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Video : DDLJ meets Game of Thrones

Narada Desk | April 24, 2016 5:26 pm Print


HBO has officially renewed the hit fantasy drama series “Game of Thrones” for a seventh season, ahead of the premiere of its sixth season.The renewal announcement does not reveal the number of episodes for season 7, reports
Recently, it was reported that showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss were considering shorter two final seasons for the TV series, which is an adaptation of “A Song of Ice and Fire”, George R. R. Martin’s series of fantasy novels.
The season six of “Game of Thrones” will air in India on Star World Premiere HD on April 26.HBO has also renewed “Veep” and “Silicon Valley”, ahead of their fifth and third season premiere respectively on Sunday. The renewals bring “Veep” into its sixth season and “Silicon Valley” into its fourth season.

Fans all over the world are watching to see the thrilling series on April 26.  the surprise about John snow is not yet clear for the viewers, but still  according to the official description of the first episode of the sixth season, titled “The Red Woman”.

“Jon Snow is dead. Daenerys meets a strong man. Cersei sees her daughter again,” reads the description.
Few argue against the notion that Kit Harington’s Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch is actually dead, but instead hold that he will come back to life.

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It’s long been speculated that the show would end with season eight as HBO signalled earlier in January that they were in talks with Weiss and Benioff for two more seasons.
To live up to the standard they’ve set for themselves and fans, Weiss and Benioff said they can’t continue to produce 10 episodes of the show in its usual 12 or 14-month time frame.

“It’s crossing out of a television schedule into more of a mid-range movie schedule,” Weiss said.
While the “Game of Thrones” showrunners said the shorter-episode scenario is their hope, HBO executives made it clear there’s no deal yet in place.