'Game Of Thrones' Will Officially Have Its Biggest Finale Ever

It is known.

09/06/2016 11:22 PM AEST | Updated 09/06/2016 11:22 PM AEST

For fans who've felt cheated by the length of "Game of Thrones" episodes in Season 6, HBO is finally making it wight.

The network has confirmed that the Season 6 finale will be the biggest episode the North has ever seen, winding up with a running time of 69 minutes. This officially makes it the longest episode in "Game of Thrones" history, surpassing Season 4's "The Children," which is around 66 minutes.

The titles of the final two episodes have been revealed, too. Episode 9 is called "The Battle of the Bastards." 

"TOMMEN VS GENDRY CONFIRMED!!!!" one Facebook user joked on the "Game of Thrones Forum" group.

"Battle of the Bastards" will, without doubt, be the showdown between Jon Snow's army and Ramsay Bolton's. (It is known.)

Episode 10 is called "The Winds of Winter." The title is the same as George R.R. Martin's next (still unreleased) book in his Song of Ice and Fire series, so who knows what big secrets (aka R+L=J) it'll reveal.

The episodes are both directed by Miguel Sapochnik, the man who brought us that epic zombie battle in Season 5's "Hardhome."

Brace yourselves. Winter is finally coming.


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