Game of Thrones season eight: Arya Stark adds name to kill list and it's NOT who you think | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV - World Big News

Game of Thrones season eight: Arya Stark adds name to kill list and it’s NOT who you think | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

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The 20-year-old appeared on The Graham Norton Show last night alongside Tom Hanks, Anthony Joshua and First Aid Kit when she made the surprising announcement. 

So far, Cersei Lannister (played by Lena Headey), Ilyn Payne (Wilko Johnson), Melisandre (Carice van Houten), Beric Dondarrion (Richard Dormer) and The Hound (Rory McCann) are all yet to face the young Stark’s wrath. 

However, on last night’s edition of the BBC chat show, Maisie confessed that there’s now another name topping her deadly roster. 

Speaking about Game of Thrones’ fans strange requests, Maisie confessed: “My character has a list of the people she wants to kill so people come up to me and ask me to recite the list and add their names at the end.”

The star then reeled off her list of names and jokingly added Graham, Anthony and Tom at the end. 

Maisie kept tight-lipped about the upcoming season eight, but did let slip how filming is coming along. 

She admitted: “It will air next year, we’re still making it.

“It is so much fun now there is only a small group of us left and it’s exciting to know everything that is going on.”

Meanwhile, she told The Times earlier this week that she thinks the final season will be “different” to what fans are expecting. 

Maisie revealed that she sat down with her mother, “cracked open a bottle of wine and made predictions about how it was going to end,” before reading the script. 

She confessed to The Times: “Neither of us was right!

“I don’t know if it’s gonna surprise people, but it’s just different to what you think it’s going to be.”

This comes as the rumoured release date for Game of Thrones’ highly anticipated spin-offs has been ‘confirmed’.

A HBO boss let slip that fans of the fantasy series can expect to see the prequel as early as 2020. 

Little is known about the contents of the spin-offs, but it is thought that no current characters will reprise their roles. 

Game of Thrones will return to Sky Atlantic in 2019.