It looks as though Season 8 of Game of Thrones will feature feature-length episodes, with greater production value than in previous seasons. The admission of an elevated stage for the 8th and final season comes from one of the series stars Iain Glen, the actor who plays Ser Jorah Mormont of Westeros clan. Express.co.uk was able to convince to share a few details regarding the direction of the plot going into its final year, with a special focus on the Westeros hereditary line.

According to Iain, the new episodes that were filmed are a hell of a lot more emotional and episodic. "They took longer to film, cost more, and are more surprising. It was very emotional… Game of Thrones will stick with us all forever and we were very lucky to have been a part of the show. The reality won’t sink in until it comes to next year when we should be filming, but we’re not, he said, in conversation with Express.

Furthermore, Iain Glen that showrunners have bombshell planned for the finale, but what exactly he wasn't permitted to say. The rest of the minute spoilers can read here, as I'd rather remain blameless towards those who have yet to catch up. HBO is still unsure when the final season will air, with 2019.