Game of Thrones Season 8 continued last Sunday with Episode 3, in which the dramatic battle of Winterfell took place. It was the longest episode of all time, but what's next on the show? Game of Thrones Spoiler Alert – Keep reading until you see episode 3.
Following the broadcast of Episode 3, HBO has released a teaser video for Episode 4, and another fight is coming up. We do not want to betray anything, but suffice to say that it is provoking another imminent battle, this time between Dany's and Jon's troops and Cerseis. We also got a quick look at Jon's Direwolf Ghost, who apparently disappeared in episode 3. Watch the video above to watch the teaser video. (HBO has also glanced behind the scenes of the creation of Episode 3 and the Battle of Winterfell.)
The next episode of Game of Thrones will air on Sunday, May 5. It's another long, with 78 minutes. The last two episodes, episode 5 and episode 6, are each 80 minutes long. This completes season 8 and the show, although at least one spin-off (one prequel) is in progress. However, one of the other considered spin-offs was canceled. There are three more show suggestions for HBO that can go into production or be shared, though there is no timeline for how quickly we could hear about it.
Episode 3 was rated at record levels; It was the most watched episode of the show. This is not a big surprise given the general hype surrounding his term and the extent of his struggle, which should mark the conclusion of a major storyline dating back to the first episode of the show. It was full of easter eggs and references. We also have an overview of what happened to Rhaegal and a more comprehensive look at the Night King.
While the mainline show Game of Thrones ends, George RR Martin is still working on new books, including The Winds of Winter. Unfortunately, this is still without a release date, although the last core novel was released in 201