The hit HBO drama series is sitting the entirety of 2019 out.
WarnerMedia Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt and HBO president of programming Casey Bloys confirmed to Deadline that the popular series will be back on the air during 2020.
While it's no surprise that the series is taking a lengthy hiatus, it does make one wonder what HBO will promote as its tentpole series when Game of Thrones wraps its eight-season run in May.
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That being said, Bloys was adamant that shows like Succession, Sharp Objects, The Deuce, My Brilliant Friend, The Night Of, The Leftovers, Barry, Veep, and High Maintenance helped bridge the extended gap between Game of Thrones final two seasons.
The network also has Euphoria, Watchmen, The Nevers, and His Dark Materials on the horizon. There's no telling whether any of these shows will be big hits,