Runtimes for episodes have gradually increased from the first season, which averaged around 56 minutes, to season seven, which averaged 63 minutes. The general feeling is that the run time of the entire season is not enough to possibly get through all the content which needs to feature in this final season of the show. What D.B. Weiss and David Benioff want, is for fans to react like they did for the ending of Breaking Bad: 'I hope we'll have the same discussion as Breaking Bad where people were wondering if it was an A or an A +,' Weiss told EW.
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That remark echoed what Thrones sound designer Paula Fairfield noted about the impending season 8 episodes. Traditionally, Game of Thrones episodes have clocked in at around an hour in length, so this is nothing out of the ordinary. The final two episodes of Season 8 will tie with Season 7 finale "The Dragon and the Wolf" for longest Game of Thrones runtime. The first three episodes are simply regular length for Game of Thrones, which means that we also know now that the Battle of Winterfell is going to last an hour. The second episode on April 21 will be 58 minutes.
As Sansa Stark actress Sophie Turner once revealed, "I was satisfied with how unpredictable the show's ending really is". It really is so unpredictable the way that it ends up. But when you have a series with such a large community of fans, it is very hard to please everyone, as D.B. Weiss and David Benioff told EW. They'll be available from 9am on 22 March so if you order them once they're out then they should well have arrived by the time Game of Thrones starts back on 14 April.