If Ser Jorah Mormont can make it through that greyscale operation on the last season of Game of Thrones, he can make it through anything.
And, it turns out, he most likely will. He may be an exiled lord in Westeros, but Jorah Mormont will not be exiled from the last season of Game of Thrones.
Actor Iain Glen, who portrays the exiled Lord of Bear Island, just revealed to UK newspaper Daily Express that his character got to hang in until the end.
“I am one of the lucky ones who made it through!” Glen told the Daily Express. He didn’t detail whether this means that Ser Jorah will be around until the very last shot of the show, but it indicates that he will at least be around for a good portion of Season Eight.
He said that reading the scripts for the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones – comprised of six feature length episodes – was “emotional”.
“Game of Thrones will stick with us all forever and we were very lucky to have been a part of the show,” Glen added.
We already know that at least one other well known knight of Westeros will be with us until the very end. Court documents filed by actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as part of a lawsuit show that Jaime Lannister will be appearing in all six episodes.
You’ve come this far, Jorah. Please stay alive.