Game of Thrones fans are pretty positive all men will die in the final season.
Although all eyes are on the main characters, their every movement, and what their chances are of biting the dust, fans should also be looking at the smaller parts in the cast.
Recently, Bronn star Jerome Flynn has spoken out about whether his character would be about to die.
The beloved character is Jaime Lannister’s (played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) right-hand man and has been there through thick and thin.
But according to Jerome, he isn’t going to be in much of season eight. Is that because Bronn is about to die?
When quizzed by Digital Spy about the chances of him living, the actor said: “I know I’m not a major character.
“I didn’t have that much (in season eight), as Bronn often doesn’t.”
Does this mean Bronn will perish? At the moment, he is preparing for battle alongside Jaime.
The pair have headed north of King’s Landing in a bid to help Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) defeat the White Walkers and their incoming threat.
Fans already know season eight will contain an epic Battle of Winterfell, set to air in episode three, so it’s likely Bronn will pop up then.
The Game of Thrones finale could be a bit of a mixed bag for Jaime as it’s currently unknown whether his girlfriend and lover will perish.
Cersei Lannister (played by Lena Headey) is one of the baddest villains of the entire HBO series.
As a result, many want to see her perish as the series comes to an end.
However, Lena appeared on Chris Evans’ Breakfast Show earlier today and discussed the end of her character.
Chris has just started to get on board with Game of Thrones, but was horrified by the amount of shocking deaths on the show.
The presenter said: “You have an incline about three seconds before they have a blade to their neck or they’re stabbed through the heart.”
Lena agreed, adding: “ I think that’s true when you watch it.
“If you fall in love with a character, they’re going to die.”
She tantalisingly added: “Well, apart from Cersei, because no on likes her, so she’s been sticking around.”
Game of Thrones season 8 premieres on HBO in the USA on Sunday, April 14 and on Sky Atlantic in the UK on Monday, April 15.