The running time of Game of Thrones episodes have high interest in fans and this season will witness the longest episode ever in Game of thrones History. The running time for Game of Thrones season seven episodes has been a subject of uncharacteristically high interest, partly because of the novelty of a shorter season.
Last two episodes are going to have a record length in the history of Game of Thrones.
Let’s just get to the hard data, because that’s what you are all looking for here:
- Episode 1: 59 minutes.
- Episode 2: 59 minutes.
- Episode 3: 63 minutes.
- Episode 4: 50 minutes.
- Episode 5: 59 minutes.
- Episode 6: 71 minutes.
- Episode 7: 81 minutes.
Season 6 finale “The Winds of Winter” was the previous longest episode in the history with 68 minutes of Screen time. This year’s finale will reportedly top it by 13 minutes breaking all the records. For this show, that’s a lot.
Together, these seven episodes make up about 7 hours 20 minutes. With three fewer episodes to work with, that may be significantly less than the average 9 hours 15 minutes season, yet at the same time it’s the longest run of seven episodes in the show.
Historically, the average episode ranges very little from season to season (from a low of 54:25 in season two to a high of 56:08 in season one), so it’s fair to claim this season leaps ahead with its 63 minutes average — that is, 8 minutes longer than the typical Game of Thrones episode.
Though the longer episodes do not make up for the missing three, they do make up for one of them; this season may as well have eight episodes.
I don’t know about you guys, but that feels significantly longer to me. And i am pretty sure that last episode will break all the records in viewership as well.
Game of Thrones Season 7 will premier on 16 July.
Winter is Here.
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