When photographs leaked of a special spot being filmed in Belfast, Ireland, earlier this year, fans immediately assumed a Game of Thrones reunion was in the works. While HBO initially refused to comment, the network has now officially confirmed a reunion is happening, but there is a catch! Scroll through for all the details.
According to Entertainment Weekly, while the reunion is definitely happening, it won't be airing on HBO.
Instead it will be featured exclusively in a new GoT complete series home video box set that will package together seasons 1-8 for the first time ever.
The box set will be available for purchase sometime in 2019, after the final season airs.
While it's unknown which actors will be making an appearance, the cast of the final season was heavily involved in the reunion. What’s less clear is which stars from past seasons will be a part of the reunion.
We do know Sean Bean (who played Ned Stark in season 1) will be a part of the episode because he spoke about the special in a Hollywood Reporter interview. We also know Jason Momoa (Khal Drogo) was in Belfast earlier this year, but we can't be sure he will make an appearance in the special. He's known to visit the set simply as a fan and friend of the show.
Game of Thrones returns for its final six episodes in April on HBO.
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