However, that hasn’t stopped fans theorising about what will happen in the final ever instalment.
Many believe they will see the hugely popular Azor Ahai theory come to light.
“The Prince that was Promised” is believed to be a hero born under a very strict set of circumstances and will be the only one able to defeat the Night King (played by Vladimir Furdik).
However, many are in disagreement about who Azor Ahai will turn out to be, if the prophecy is even real.
In a poll conducted by Express.co.uk, 10,9000 participants flocked to share their thoughts, and it seems the answer is not as straightforward as one might seem.
Jon Snow (Kit Harington) came out on top, gaining 47 per cent of the vote.
He certainly makes a likely candidate, as his Targaryen heritage has since been confirmed, meaning he now fulfils the majority of the “rules” of Azor Ahai.
Jon is born of “ice and fire” since his parents hail from The North (Lyanna Stark, Aisling Fransciosi) and Dragons (Rhaegar Targaryen, Will Scolding).
He also is “born” by a “falling star” when Ned Stark (Sean Bean) clashed with Arthur Dayne (Luke Roberts), the latter of which had the sigil of a falling star and who’s sword, Dawn, is said to be made of the same thing.
However, those who voted in the poll also thought another popular Game of Thrones character could emerge as the chosen one: Samwell Tarly (John Bradley).
The loveable genius has been researching various theories on how to save the country from the impending Night King threat and it seems 16 per cent of voters believe he will be the promised hero.
Samwell killed a White Walker back in season three and it is his courage tied with the fact he now owns a Valyrian steel sword which gives weight to the theory.
Many fans believe he will also end up killing his one true love, Gilly (Hannah Murray), as he tries to fulfil the prophecy enabling his sword to be transformed into the Lightbringer.
A different 16 per cent thinks someone else entirely could be Azor Ahai, but who are the runners and riders?
Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster Waldau) is backed by 11 per cent of voters as an outside bet to become the prophecy.
Although some believe he shoehorns into the requirements, there are others more suited.
Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) is believed to be the main competition for Jon Snow’s legitimacy, having been born under mythical circumstances.
But will Azor Ahai even come true? Or will there be another reason enabling the Night King’s defeat?
Game of Thrones season 8 will return to HBO and Sky Atlantic in 2019. Seasons 1-7 are currently streaming on NOW TV.