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I was there the whole time this year. I felt a bit like people were coming in and out, and Jon Snow was just f—ing there the whole time. You have these in-jokes, and these relationships that thrive for eight years. That’s a long time for those jokes to be going, and they never felt old or tired. In the last season, I was like, these are getting tired now. And I think they got tired because we could see the end coming. That’s a way of emotionally detaching from something: relationships very slightly starting to strain, just on the edges, just frayed. Now everyone loves each other again.If Harington was there the whole time then he can’t die any sooner than the series finale. HBO can’t pull off any more Snow resurrection tricks in the upcoming season, so the last “chance” for Snow to die, if he does end up perishing, would be in the finale. The report also details another anecdote from shooting. Harington saw Peter Dinklage wrap production a day earlier, “and I saw him just break down.” That seems to be an indication that Tyrion will also survive most of the episodes. And if he does die, then it’ll be before Jon Snow. The next day, when Harington wrapped up, he recalls “a huge heave of emotion. I’m just blubbing.” As for the fate of his character, Harington said he cried at the table read of the final season. “The end of Jon’s journey, whatever that may be … I was satisfied with how his story ended,” the actor said. Variety’s full interview is available at this link and it’s worth a read in full while you wait for the April 14th premiere of Game of Thrones season 8.