The hit show has left everyone wondering how it will end and the actors have been forced to keep the contents of the final script quiet.
Pilou Asbæk has played Euron Greyjoy for the past couple of seasons on Game of Thrones and it seems he could play a major role in the coming episodes.
So far on the fantasy epic, the villain has killed his brother, taken the Iron Islands as his own and kidnapped his niece, Yara Greyjoy (Gemma Whelan).
He is currently in Cersei Lannister’s (Lena Headey) back pocket and will no doubt go against Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) in the coming months.
Pilou has since spilled on what’s to come from his character in season eight in a recent interview with Thrillist.
He teased: “I can say one thing. When I read all the scripts, I was blown away. I’m so happy and I’m so thankful.
“I’m so proud I got to be a part of something as big as Game of Thrones, and I think in so many ways, it will forever change my life.
“Even though I have a small role, but nevertheless a significant one.
“And hopefully in season eight, I’ll do enough monkey business to make an impact.
“He’s a funny character. I honestly wish I had been able to come in earlier and development him much, much more than I was able to.”
The extent of Euron’s role is currently unknown in the final season but he will definitely be one of Cersei’s closest allies.
Her numbers are without a doubt running low as many find their allegiances swaying to the other side.
With the Night King (Vladimir Furdik) proving to me a formidable force more important than the battle for the Iron Throne.
Earlier today, HBO confirmed Game of Thrones will return in April 2019.
Sky Atlantic shared some exciting clips of seasons gone-by to get fans really excited for the new episodes.
The teasing video was accompanied by a succession of images showing some of the best moments from the show’s history.
Keeping in with the theme, #ForTheThrone was posted on top of the memorable pictures reminding fans about everything that has happened on the show in the name of the title.
Alongside this, Game of Thrones bosses confirmed the series will be simulcast with HBO on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV.
Game of Thrones season 8 will return to HBO and Sky Atlantic in April 2019. Seasons 1-7 are currently streaming on NOW TV.