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Entertainment'Game of Thrones': Funniest, angriest and most anxious fan reactions to Season 8 premiere

16:55  15 april  2019
16:55  15 april  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

Does 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 Poster Reveal Who Will End Up on the Iron Throne? (Photo)

Does 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 Poster Reveal Who Will End Up on the Iron Throne? (Photo) HBO just revealed the key art for the eighth and final season of "Game of Thrones," a poster that might actually tell us who will be sitting on the Iron Throne when all of this ends. In the image (seen below), we get a close-up shot of the infamous chair made of swords that is coveted by all the leaders who have been trying to conquer the Seven Kingdoms over the last seven seasons. But there is one big alteration to the fictional royal furniture: a fiery set of dragon eyes. © Provided by The Wrap News, Inc.

Season 7 of Game of Thrones hit fans with more battles, death, and romance than possibly any other season yet. From acknowledging that Jon is a By far, the Night King killing Viserion, and later turning him into the very first White Walker dragon, was the most heartbreaking death in Game of Thrones

The eighth and final season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones , produced by HBO, premiered on April 14, 2019. Filming officially began on October 23

Winter is here, and it's bringing the jokes.

On Sunday HBO premiered the long-awaited eighth season of juggernaut fantasy hit "Game of Thrones" and the internet exploded in response. According to Twitter, more than 5 million tweets were sent about the season premiere, making it the most tweeted-about episode to date.

'Game of Thrones': Funniest, angriest and most anxious fan reactions to Season 8 premiere© Helen Sloan/HBO Isaac Hempstead-Wright as Bran on "Game of Thrones."

So what were all those fans tweeting and commenting about last night? We rounded up the best of the memes, jokes and angry tweets, from HBOGo going down to worries about how the show will wrap things up in just five more episodes.

Does 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 Poster Reveal Who Will End Up on the Iron Throne? (Photo)

Does 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 Poster Reveal Who Will End Up on the Iron Throne? (Photo) HBO just revealed the key art for the eighth and final season of "Game of Thrones," a poster that might actually tell us who will be sitting on the Iron Throne when all of this ends. In the image (seen below), we get a close-up shot of the infamous chair made of swords that is coveted by all the leaders who have been trying to conquer the Seven Kingdoms over the last seven seasons. But there is one big alteration to the fictional royal furniture: a fiery set of dragon eyes. © Provided by The Wrap News, Inc.

Game of Thrones : HBO Boss Narrows Down Final Season Premiere Date. Every season of Game of Thrones has gotten underway in April, except for Season 3 (which started on March 31) and Season 7 “It was based on when they felt that they could deliver a show that the are most proud of…

HBO is not casting its light upon us: The network has confirmed that Game of Thrones Season 8 isn't due out until 2019.You can imagine how well th Fine, that might be a little extreme, but you get the point: People are sad, disappointed, and angry , and they're using GIFs and memes to show it.

Season 8 premiere recap: Secrets, Starks and spirals in 'Winterfell'

Fans enjoyed Drogon making eyes at Jon

And also the Bran and Jaime reunion

Less funny and more heart-warming was Jon and Arya's long-awaited reunion

They were also relieved that Jon finally found out the truth about his parents (and also that he's having sex with his aunt)

Of course, problems with streaming the episode did not go over well

As excited as most fans were, some were worried about wrapping up all the storylines in just five more episodes

But one fan, Joe Jonas, was celebrating the premiere in his own special way, dressed as his fiance Sophie Turner's character, Sansa.

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A post shared by J O E J O N A S (@joejonas) on Apr 14, 2019 at 5:22pm PDT


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‘Game of Thrones’ Reveals Fate of Ed Sheeran’s Character.
Sorry, Eddie. After Ed Sheeran made a much-maligned cameo appearance during the seventh season of Game of Thrones, the HBO series has finally revealed what happened to his character. In the premiere of season eight, the show’s final season, Bronn (Jerome Flynn) discovered that “Eddie” was a victim of dragon fire. In the season seven premiere viewers came across Sheeran’s character when Arya (Maisie Williams) encountered a group of Lannister soldiers on her way to King’s Landing to kill Cersei. Sheeran was one of those soldiers, much to the amusement of viewers, and his character sang a campfire tune called “Hands of Gold.

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