As “Game of Thrones” has been known for its major characters’ death and gory scenes, fans are now predicting whose demise they will witness in “Game of Thrones” Season 8. Several fan-made theories and assumptions are [VIDEO]swirling online about what is going to happen next in the show’s next installment.

In the previous season, viewers thought that Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) was about to bid his final goodbye when they seized Casterly Rock [VIDEO] in a surprise attack. However, Daenerys Targaryen’s (Emilia Clarke) loyal servant survived, but will he still survive the next season?

The surprising survival

In an interview with Vulture, Jacob Anderson revealed that he now fears for Grey Worm’s future in “Game of Thrones” Season 8.

"Sometimes I'm like, 'Okay, that maybe isn't going to keep me safe,’” the 27-year-old star told the magazine.

The “Broadchurch” star revealed that someone told him that when people in the production call him for “prosthetics,” then his time will come to an end. So when he had a special costume fitting for the battle with the Sons of the Harpy in “GoT” Season 5 Episode 4, he was told he would be having a stab rig in and thought that was the time for him. “No one comes back from a stabbing!” he said.

However, it came as a big surprise that he had survived as the script was just given in pieces. Thus, he had no idea if he was set to die or not. He even revealed that the television show’s fandom didn’t really affect him as he didn’t have any odd encounters with the fans yet.

Another leaked details

As alleged details of “Game of Thrones” season 8, episode 1 have leaked on Reddit, it seemed like it was from the same page where the previous season finale and some information from the seventh season’s outline have dripped.

Surprisingly, some of these particulars were true like the death of Viserion and its transformation as the Night King’s (Vladimir Furdik) pet. After that, fine points regarding the upcoming season emerged.

On Reddit’s Freefolk section, a page dedicated to “GoT,” it claimed that what Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) is saying about her pregnancy is true. The Queen of Westeros is indeed expecting Jaime Lannister’s (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) child, but it is a high-risk one.

But in a report made by Vanity Fair, it revealed that a reliable source told the publication that these assumptions are all false. Also, the niceties about the television show’s new installment are now removed.

HBO has yet to reveal some details about the fantasy drama series’ swan song. The final television adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” is expected to be released in 2019.