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The episode then closed with a jaw-dropping visual -- the fall of the giant wall designed to hold back threats from the north, setting up the great war between the living and the army of the dead.

There were so many flourishes in the episode crafted to make fans lose their minds it's difficult, frankly, to know where to begin.

It certainly has not escaped the producers."Right now we're focused on finishing the series with the kind of energy and excitement that everyone has come to expect.

We're going to do that while at the same time parallel processing very embryonic stages of other possibilities."Related: Gwendoline Christie wants to play Brienne of Tarth again in a is looking more likely than, say, a Tyrion spin-off.

Martin reiterated this in June, revealing that "five successor shows are moving forward at various rates of speed" - though Bloys would insist a month later that HBO only has "a deal for four spinoffs right now with four writers".And we'll give you one guess who's been doing most of the talking."It might need a feature to tie things up," George RR Martin said back in March 2014."Something with a feature budget, like 0 million for two hours.Bloys again: "A prequel feels like it has less pressure on it.[Author George RR Martin's history of Westeros] gives you areas in which to say to a writer, 'If you were going to do this, then go flesh it out,' and we'll see what comes back."In May 2017, news broke that HBO was officially developing at least four - yes, FOUR - different spin-offs, with four different writers: GRRM later suggested that in fact five different shows are in development: all prequels, with no established characters.