‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Finale's Title Revealed: Season 8 Could Be As Long As A Movie

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Latest reports about "Game of Thrones" confirmed that its Season 7 Finale's title was already revealed by none other than HBO. It was then claimed that the title will be "The Dragon and the Wolf" something that might give the fans an idea to think about.

Apart from the title of its Season 7, new details from Gamespot revealed that "Game of Thrones" Season 8 which will be aired before the prequels will be as long as a movie. Also, the aid finale for the Season 7 will also be lengthy as it was confirmed that the episode will run for 79 minutes and 43 seconds and it is a long one.

Since the Season 7 of "Game of Thrones" will run for that long duration, it was considered that it is the longest in the history of the acclaimed HBO fantasy show. If this episode is to be compared to the other past episodes, so far this is a full 10 minutes longer. It can be recalled that the Season 6 finale ran for 69 minutes.

For "Game of Thrones" Season 8 which has been claimed as the last one before the prequels, some reports claimed that this could be shown as long as a movie. For those who watched "Beyond the Wall", the episode provided a lot of standout moments and important scenes which as others claimed can have an impact on the whole story of the hit show.

Moreover, Entertainment Weekly reported that "Game of Thrones" Season 7 Episode 7 will be aired on Sunday, August 27 on HBO and it will feature representatives of the Tragrayen, Lannister, and Stark houses uniting for a pivotal cease-fire meeting. In the said gathering, these representatives will also discuss the threat of the Night King. Present in the meeting are Missandei, Theon, Jon Snow, Brienne of Tarth, Cersei Lannister, Ser Davos, Jamie Lannister, and Greyjoy.

Then talking about records, "Game of Thrones" episode last Sunday titled, "Beyond the Wall" generated 10.2 million viewers in just one night and when repeats and streaming are to be included, it will result in 14 million views. Then it was expected that the finales will set another rating records for the network.

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