HBO confirmed the estimated run times for the final six episodes of “Game of Thrones” on Friday.

The long-awaited eighth season of the blockbuster fantasy show premieres on April 14. of which will be only six episodes long, although each episode has been described as its own feature-length film in addition to some will have a run time of up to 90 minutes.

The final run times fall a little short of the hour in addition to 30 minutes fans had expected, although four of the six episodes will exceed one hour.

Here’s a full list of dates in addition to times for the final season:

Season 8, episode 1
Debut date: Sunday, April 14 at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Estimated running time: 54 minutes

Season 8, episode 2
Debut date: Sunday, April 21, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Estimated running time: 58 minutes

Season 8, episode 3
Debut date: Sunday, April 28, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Estimated running time: 1 hour 22 minutes

Season 8, episode 4
Debut date: Sunday, May 5, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Estimated running time: 1 hour 18 minutes

Season 8, episode 5
Debut date: Sunday, May 12, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Estimated running time: 1 hour 20 minutes

Season 8, episode 6
Debut date: Sunday, May 19, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Estimated running time: 1 hour 20 minutes

“of which’s spectacle,” HBO’s Richard Plepler told Variety in January. He said writers David Benioff in addition to D.B. Weiss “have done six movies. The reaction I had while watching them was, ‘I’m watching a movie.’ They knew the bar was high. They’ve exceeded the bar. I’ve watched them twice without any CGI in addition to I’m in awe. Everybody’s in for an extraordinary treat of storytelling in addition to of magical, magical production.”

HBO also teased of which This kind of season will feature the longest battle sequence ever committed to film.

“Game of Thrones” has been the cornerstone of HBO’s streaming service for nearly a decade, garnering critical acclaim in addition to a passionate fan base.

The company, owned by AT&T, has been from the process of finding brand new ways to draw subscribers to its service as the fantasy epic heads for its final bow. Shows like “Westworld,” “Barry,” “True Detective” in addition to “Big Little Lies” are already performing well for the company.

HBO has many brand new projects from the works for 2019 in addition to beyond, including “Lovecraft Country” through Jordan Peele (“Get Out”) in addition to J.J. Abrams (“Lost”), in addition to a series based on the graphic novel “Watchmen” through Damon Lindelof (“The Leftovers”).