‘Game of Thrones’ Rumors Are True: There Are Only 13 More Episodes Left

While many of us are still trying to pick our jaws off the floor from that insane season finale on Sunday, we already have some new Game of Thrones news.

Co-creator David Benioff revealed to Deadline that he expects the show to end with a total of 73 hours. That would mean that there are 13 hours left, confirming a previous rumor of seven episodes in 2017’s Seasons 7 and a final six in 2018’s Season 8.

“It’s two more seasons we’re talking about. From pretty close to the beginning, we talked about doing this in 70-75 hours, and that’s what we’ll end up with,” Benioff said. “Call it 73 for now.”

GoT has of course developed quite the cult following over the years, so many are wondering why call it quits after 73 episodes? For that, Benioff replied, “It’s not just trying not to outstay your welcome. We’re trying to tell one cohesive story with a beginning, middle and end.”

The co-creator also dove into a bit of what to expect in the final seasons, noting “Daenerys is finally coming back to Westeros, Jon Snow is king of the North and Cersei is sitting on the Iron Throne. And we know the Night King is up there, waiting for all of them.”

“The pieces are on the board now,” he went on to explain. “Some of the pieces have been removed from the board and we are heading toward the end game.”

For the entire conversation between Game of Thrones co-creator David Benioff and Deadline, follow here.

Also, see below for how HBO brought the biggest GoT battle to life.


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This Spectacular House in India Brings Nature Indoors

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A stunning new house in Bangalore, India brings nature indoors using a unique introverted design that sees an outdoor courtyard sit within the middle of the living room.

Designed by Cadence architects, the “B-One” house is laid out in an H-shaped plan, with an enclosed garden area as the focal point of the project’s interior. It allows you to sit comfortably on the soft and sprawling furniture while still feeling like you’re outside. The warm sunlight beams in and reflects off the white walls and glass structure, accentuating the house’s clean and modern aesthetic.

The two-story property sits above ground level, giving off a strong visual identity as you approach from the street. When inside, you’re struck by the bright illumination found in the hallways, staircases, three large bedrooms, media room, prayer room and living area – pretty much everywhere.

Check out the property above, and for more great architecture, be sure to look at this sun-drenched home that was built to be timeless.


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Nike Goes Full-On Military With This Olive Sock Dart for Fall

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After just releasing in an all-black colorway, Nike is already back prepping its next release of the ever-popular Sock Dart. Here we see the laceless sneaker done up in olive for the fall season.

The military-inspired iteration features a knit jacquard upper, paired with a speckled midsole and black rubber outsole. Bright orange insoles in turn provide a touch of color to the interior, as all in all, the forthcoming release somewhat resembles fragment design’s “Dark Loden” variation that surfaced in 2014.

No specific drop date has been given for this particular olive take on the Sock Dart, but expect it to arrive at Nike Sportswear providers soon.


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