It's one of the most anticipated TV events in years - but the final season of Game of Thrones isn't the only big show coming from HBO in 2019. Far from it, as their trailer (watch below) of their upcoming highlights demonstrates.
A few seconds of new footage from Game of Thrones is featured in the trailer, as well as snippets of a deluge of new series, miniseries, documentaries and specials. Here's what we're most excited about ...
Big Little Lies S2: Meryl Streep asking questions about what happened in Season 1 that no one wants to answer? This is going to be amazing.
Euphoria: Starring The Greatest Showman's Zendaya and with Drake as one of the executive producers, this adaptation of the Israeli series is set to be TV's next must-see teen drama.
Deadwood: Set 12 years after the third season, the long-awaited movie sequel to the Western series will reunite Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane and a large number of original cast members.
His Dark Materials: The film series never did take off, but this latest adaptation of the fantasy novels by Philip Pulman should have a better chance on TV, especially with a cast including James McAvoy, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ruth Wilson and Logan star Dafne Keen as Lyra.
The Case Against Adnan Syed: Picking up where true-crime podcast Serial left off, this four-part docuseries will take a comprehensive look at one of the most controversial murder cases of all time.
Veep: Another show sadly coming to the end of its run is the hilariously outrageous political satire which has won star Julia Louis-Dreyfus a swag of awards.
The Righteous Gemstones: John Goodman, Adam DeVine and Danny McBride as a family of corrupt TV evangelists? You had us at John Goodman.
Barry: Its first season was a critical darling, and this comedy about a hitman-turned-actor starring Bill Hader should live up to the hype second time around.
Most of HBO's shows air in Australia on Foxtel's Fox Showcase channel.