The third episode of Game of Thrones season 8 let its fans bewildered with its sudden turn of events. Nevertheless, it also left many questions unanswered from the final death toll to if it was actually the end of the Night King. Drawing assumptions from the preview aired by HBO, the fourth episode of season 8 is said to unfold the political stance in the seven kingdoms.
Kit Harrington who plays Jon Snow, however, left some subtle hints about what drama that unfolds in the episode that will stream at Hotstar in India at 6,30 AM on May 06.
The popular actor and one of the favourite characters revealed that the upcoming episode is one of his favourite episodes. The actor elaborated saying that while some 20 main characters are stationed in Winterfell, ever body seemingly gets what they need.
"The world is safe now. They’re celebrating and saying goodbye to lost friends. But as an audience you’re going, 'This is only episode 4, something’s going to happen.' And that’s the cool thing because I think the characters are aware of this as well. There’s something twisted and uncomfortable about it. It’s so Shakespearian," Entertainment Weekly quoted the actor as saying.
Meanwhile, creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss spilt some beans on the HBO's popular fantasy drama's future episodes. The duo recently made an appearance on the American talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live and answered three most pertinent questions that give birth to fan theories and unending debates about the state of the final season.
The most anticipated third episode ' Long Night' dramatic, visually stunning, tear-jerking and, to say the least, but was also so dark that viewers failed to figure out who kills who.
Soon after The Long Night was streamed live on Hotstar, Game of Thrones released the preview of the fourth episode of the final season.In the 40 seconds long video, we see ships and armies sailing across seas to reach King's Landing. Daenerys, Jon and the Starks among others face Cersei Lannister and Euron Greyjoy. Coupled with intensifying background score, Daenerys sets the stage for a gruelling and ruthless war. thriving to win the Iron Throne, she pledges, "We'll rip her(Cersei) out, root and stem."
Kit Karrington's interview reveals a lot about the episode but will surely baffle many as it is obvious that the fans are yet to know the most of the character and their true intentions, who sides whom and who takes a backseat. It will also have to answer questions like will Tyrion Lannister continue to support Daenerys Targaryen? will Bronn kill his once close aids Jaime and Tyrion? Will recent discovered of Jon's lineage create a rift between him and his queen? Wonder we have to wait a few hours for things to unravel