Game Of Thrones 6 Might Have the Longest Finales: Check Out Season 6 Running Time of All Episodes

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The frequency of the official announcement of Season 6, forthcoming episodes titles and their synopsis are taking longer than usual to get out in public and as the whole season 6 has got an original premise and narrative, people are taking much curiosity in exploring the show. As this year it has become rather difficult to slip into the inside story that is yet to get unfold in the upcoming episodes, which use to be the topic of discussion among the audience till the previous year as things were quite known in public, but this year the show has just refuse to give out any such material that would work up as great spoilers to the show but what the channel and the show does is providing little information related to the upcoming show in some manner possible and presently the channel came up with revealing the Season 6 Episodes running time though out the season.

Game Of Thrones Season 6 Episode 2 Home

The show opened with the premiering episodes “The Red Woman” on April 24th, 2016 on last Sunday, directed by Jeremy Podeswa and written by Benioff and Weiss, the episodes was 50 minutes long and with the next set of episodes coming in every Sunday, followed till the next 10 weeks, the episodes just get long. Well here is the list of Episodes and their Running time updated on the official HBO’s Game Of Thrones Schedule:

  • GOT 6 Episode 2 “Home”: 54 minutes
  • GOT 6 Episode 3 “Oathbreaker”: 53 minutes
  • GOT 6 Episode 4: 59 minutes
  • GOT 6 Episode 5: 57 minutes
  • GOT 6 Episode 6: 52 minutes
  • GOT 6 Episode 7: 51 minutes
  • GOT 6 Episode 8: 59 minutes
  • GOT 6 Episode 9: 60 minutes

Well the next one, coming up this Sunday is Game Of Thrones S06E02 is “Home”, again directed by Jeremy Podeswa, will be 54 Minutes long. The channel updates their schedule with this information but avoids mentioning finales episodes length of a run. Maybe that has been kept for some great surprises or should we call it the episode, The biggest battle on the show is set to appear in it. But the longest of the episodes this season is the 9th episode which will be directed by Miguel Sapochnik, along with the finale episode of Game Of Thrones 6.

We are quite sure that even this little bit of information matters a lot to the shows diehard fans and the one who appreciate the show to it depth and so do not miss out on tomorrow’s, Game Of Thrones Season 6 Episode 2 Home, on HBO Networks sharp at 9 p.m. ET and 10 p.m. PT.

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