Maisie Williams
Cast member Maisie Williams attends the premiere for the sixth season of HBO's "Game of Thrones" in Los Angeles. Reuters/Phil McCarten

The cast members of “Game of Thrones” are currently so excited that they seem to be giving out certain information even before the official announcement. After several cast members confirmed that the show will air in 2019, Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) has now given out the month in which the show will premiere: April.

HBO may have been forced to announce the release of the show in 2019 after multiple cast members let the cat out of the bag. In an interview with Metro, Williams revealed that they wrap filming in December and that the show will air in April. The actress did not give a specific date.

There are only six episodes left, but the producers appear to be taking their time in both filming and post-production to deliver the best show possible for fans. Williams said there’s a four-month turnaround for these “huge episodes” in post-production. Certainly, the producers don’t want to “rush” anything.

Although Williams teased that each episode will be “huge” this time, she didn’t say how long they will be. Season 7 had around hour-long episodes. This time, the runtime may be the same.

As far as the ending is concerned, Williams hopes her character will find peace. Arya has been on a revenge path since the first season, and Williams hopes she can let go of the anger and “find her true self again.” All she wants for her character is to be happy.

With “Game of Thrones” season 8 ending the long-running show, Williams is excited about all the extra free time she will have to explore other things she wants to do in her career. The actress said she is really looking forward to choosing the projects she can now do.