Dangerous information for “Recreation of Thrones” enthusiasts that have been hoping for a teaser concerning the 8th and ultimate season of the display this summer season. HBO has introduced that it and “Westworld” may not be making shows at this 12 months’s flagship San Diego Comedian-Con.
The community launched a remark to more than one media shops explaining that the 2 displays would no longer seem because of scheduling conflicts.
“Because of manufacturing schedules and air dates for ‘Recreation of Thrones’ and ‘Westworld,’ those sequence may not be offered at San Diego Comedian-Con this summer season,” learn a remark from the corporate. “HBO has a longstanding dating with SDCC, and we’re very thankful for the enthusiasts’ enthusiastic reaction over time. We sit up for returning one day.”
As Selection notes, the verdict to stay “Westworld” from the development isn’t too sudden. The sequence is predicted to wrap up its 2d season in June, a month previous to San Diego Comedian-Con. That implies that the solid and creators would simplest in reality be capable to communicate concerning the previously-aired episodes and would most probably don’t have anything new to provide to the group.
“Thrones,” on the other hand looks like a large loss to regimen attendees of the development. The myth drama has been a staple on the large Corridor H atmosphere for many of the years that it’s been at the air. Then again, with Season eight these days in manufacturing and the solid and workforce pressured to be extremely tight-lipped on the subject of spoilers, it’s imaginable that there used to be no option to make the development occur with any forged or teaser substance. Nonetheless, that leaves a query as to when and the way HBO plans to advertise the general season of the huge hit.
It’s unclear presently how, if in any respect, HBO plans to make “Thrones” a Comedian-Con presence prior to it debuts in 2019. It’s imaginable it received’t be used as a promotion however will as a substitute do a retrospective after the sequence airs subsequent 12 months. Then again, that may be similar to the placement HBO is these days averting with “Westworld.”