We’re still waiting on that Season 8 trailer for “Game of Thrones”-- but it could potentially arrive soon. Helen Sloan/HBO

“Game of Thrones” fans may have been excited when they logged into their Twitter accounts this morning and saw the show’s final season tagline #ForTheThrone trending. However, much to the regret of some—the HBO series still hasn’t released a trailer for Season 8.

While the series did release 20 new promotional photos featuring some of the remaining main characters are sitting on the Iron Throne, it didn’t escape the notice of many fans that they still hadn’t been given a full Season 8 trailer—and that time is running out for one to be released.

“Yes, yes....and what about the trailer?” one fan tweeted alongside a GIF of Joffrey Baratheon.

“What does Game of Thrones say to the god of trailers? Not today,” another wrote.

“Lord HBO, enough! Let the teasing end! Please. This is my show, my favorite show! Let the trailer out and I swear we will forgive you,” another chimed in.

It’s noteworthy that a trailer has not dropped yet because the series is returning for the final season on April 14, which is just over a month away. The show has waited on trailers before, but the wait for this one is beginning to cut it close.

Notably, Season seven premiered on July 16, 2017, on the network, but the first trailer was released on May 24, just shy of two months before the premiere date. Similarly, Seasons 4 and 5 saw trailer releases in January when their seasons premiered in April.

However, Season six also seemed to have a late trailer release. The show returned on April 24, while the first official trailer didn’t become available until March 8, 2016—46 days prior to the premiere. If the series was allowing that much time between a trailer drop and the new season, it would mean that it would have dropped by now.

Season 3 also had a late release date for its trailer as well, not coming out until February 20, 2013, while the show started airing on March 31, 39 days prior to the release. If that is the example HBO is following for the final season, then there is still time for a trailer to drop—but if March 6, 2019, comes and goes without one, then fans may just be in for their longest wait yet--or could have to deal without a trailer at all.

“Game of Thrones” returns on April 14 at 9 p.m. EST on HBO.