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Will there ever be a 'Game Of Thrones' revival?

13 January 2018, 06:07 | Myron Mathis

Will there ever be a 'Game Of Thrones' revival?

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As we detailed previously, the final season of Game of Thrones will only feature six episodes, though there are rumblings that each episode may be as long as a full length movie, which is to say somewhere in the hour and a half range. "We'll take as much or as little time as the writers need and, as with all out development, we will evaluate what we have when the scripts are in". They love working together and they're really fun to work with.

Last year, it was confirmed that the network is working on multiple prequels to replace Game of Thrones when it finally leaves the airwaves.

Bloys further confirmed to TVLine that no existing GoT characters will be featured in the prequels, but there may be familiar bloodlines - meaning members of the great houses we've come to know.

But while the first spinoff won't air until 2020, we'll likely get some clarity on which one (or two, or three) gets the greenlight before then. There's no revival, reboot, spinoff talk'. We learned previous year that 5 Game of Thrones spinoffs are in the works, though only one is likely to make it to air. "I have seen some things that I think are potentially very exciting". "This story, A Song of Fire and Ice, is done", Bloys told THR.

Asked if season 8 provides a conclusive end and whether we will see a definitive ruler on the Iron Throne, Bloys replied: "I don't even want to answer that!" We don't want to use it to launch [a new series]. I don't have a timetable when we're going to make decisions on anything.

So that's a lot to chew on.

Dan and David are in production on Game of Thrones, they are still talking (about Confederate) but it's going to be a year, year and a half before there is anything.

Game of Thrones has reached a status where it can do pretty much anything and its millions of fans will lose their collective minds.

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