It's safe to assume that Harington having a seat at that table means that Jon Snow will presumably make it to the very last episode of the show, but who knows - his character's come back from the dead before, and if GoT has taught us anything, it's to expect the tragically unexpected.
He added, "It's going to be a odd year saying goodbye to everyone and having last scenes with this person and that person".
"[Producers said], 'Don't tell them you're filming". Don't take pictures in Belfast. "It's on lockdown!'" he said. "I'm looking forward to finishing, and eight years is the right amount of time". "I have other ideas I'd like to look at producing".
"I rang [the producers] up and I said, 'I'm getting married and it's your fault, actually", he said in an interview with Jonathan Ross in the UK.
We're (basically) forever away from the finale of Game of Thrones, but honestly?
As the show gets closer to its final and eighth season, Kit Harington will be really busy with the filming schedule and his impending marriage to fiancé Rose Leslie.
He called the final season storyline "poetic" and added, "I think what we used to call Episode 9 in Game of Thrones folklore - the episode when everything comes to a head and you get a lot of spectacular sequences - I think you're gonna get six "Episode 9s" this year".