‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 6 Update: Telecast not Happening as per Scheduled?
Fans of HBO’s fantasy drama TV series “Game Of Thrones” will be disappointed to hear that their favorite show’s sixth season’s telecast will be not be aired as per the promised scheduled due to the clash in dates with other shows. Read for more information.
Yes, the series’ fifth season which ended with the death of its most liked character named Jon Snow put everyone into the state of shock and with that the wait or we will say eagerness for the next season started. But recently revealed information from the side of HBO was something not easily digestible to the fans. They want to know what will happen next on the show, but it seems they have to wait a little longer for it.
It was revealed that coming February will see two new shows running on the channel namely “Girls and Togetherness” and “Vinyl” which is new and a period drama by Martin Scorsese. The time allotted to the shows is same meaning both will run for two-two hours, respectively. It means it will be little difficult for “GOT” to go hand-in-hand with them. Each show will have at least 10 episodes which will appear weekly, so, if we calculate both will run at least till mid-April or so.
Well, if the calculation goes as mentioned above then medieval fantasy drama will start late in April and run through summer which will be a completely different experience for everyone. Nothing can be said right now as confirmed reports related to the show’s premiere are under wrap. However, if summer months are selected for the show then it will be a fun to watch how much it influence the ratings.
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