The actor, who has played brooding hero Jon Snow since the first episode of the fantasy drama aired back in 2011, is not giving away any spoilers, but did say the much-anticipated conclusion would leave fans “emotionally torn”.
Speaking about his plans for the finale, he said he liked the idea of a Game Of Thrones party, but that watching in solitude also appeals so he can take it all in.
“I think I’m going to have a party,” he tells Sky News. “Oh, I don’t know yet… I don’t know if I want to watch it on my own quietly just myself, or whether I’ll have a party and watch it with lots of other people.
“I just can’t really decide that yet.”
Harington, 32, also spoke about being the apparent go-to star for work with mythical creatures, with his new film How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World out soon, and more details about Jon Snow’s true relationship with the Game Of Thrones dragons expected to be revealed in the final series.