Sophie Turner Says Game of Thrones' Final Season to Premiere in 2019

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Sophie Turner has shared some details about possible Game Of Thrones season 8 airdate and revealed what is next in store for Sansa Stark after her adviser, Littlefinger was killed off in season 7 finale. "This season is more a passionate fight for her than a political, manipulative kind of fight".

She also said how nearly the whole cast was present during the season 8 read-through and it turned really emotional for all of them.

Game of Thrones final season won't return until 2019 - that's according to series star Sophie Turner. "So I'm really excited bout the future", Turner said.

"This season, there's a new threat, and all of a sudden she finds herself somewhat back in the deep end".

Turner will next be seen on screen reprising her role as young Jean Grey in X-Men: The Dark Phoenix, which is due for release in November 2018. And without Littlefinger (Petyr Baelish, played by actor Aidan Gillen), it's a test for her of whether she can get through it. It's a big challenge for her, without this master manipulator having her back. Then I have a couple indie movies coming out.

Winter is here, Game Of Thrones fans, but you're going to have to be patient.

"We're all staying in town a little longer, going out for more meals, trying to get together more". Since Game of Thrones season 7 aired last summer, the show is competing in the 2018 Emmy awards, which air next fall - which allows HBO to focus GoT publicity efforts on its Emmy campaign next year rather than promoting a new season at the same time. "We're all trying not to take it for granted any more".

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