When Is 'Game of Thrones' Final Episode? Season 8 Finale Air Date, Time, Channel and Everything Else to Know

After eight dramatic years of watching (and sometimes waiting) for Game of Thrones, the iconic HBO series will finally come to a fateful end. Say goodbye to Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen, first of her name; so long to Jon Snow, the rightful heir to the iron throne; peace out to Tyrion, and the last of the Starks, Sansa, Bran and Arya.

Send your well wishes to Greyworm, Brienne of Tarth and the rest of the few final remaining characters on the critically-acclaimed series because after Sunday's sixth and final episode of Season 8, they will go on to never be seen again—unless, of course, you decide to make that long journey back through the show and start it up all over again from the beginning.

Nonetheless, after some of the most exhilarating and emotional moments of the entire show (still not over that final Night King scene), the GOT series finale is set to air on HBO on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET. It is expected to run for about 80 minutes.

The episode will be available for live streaming on the HBO website and app, and folks with Hulu's Live TV service will be able to tune into the show in real-time there too. However, those with standard Hulu subscriptions will have to wait until after the episode airs to watch on-demand.

While Episode 6 spoilers are being kept under wraps, fans can at least be assured of answers to some lingering questions in the final episode of the series—predominately whether Jon or Daenerys will end up ruling the Seven Kingdoms after the Mother of Dragon's went on a complete rampage with that fire show in King's Landing during Episode 5. With literally no one standing in her way—except for maybe Jon and the truth— there may be a chance that GOT fans will see the white-haired queen rule after all.

As heartbreaking as the GOT season finale may or may not be, the ending of this particularly HBO series will bring the beginning of a new. There are four GOT spinoffs set to premiere sometime on HBO, the first of which is already reportedly in the works.