‘Tune in and see what’s in store’ for the ‘Game of Thrones’ season finale

Fox Sports has revealed that the “Game of Winter” season finale will be the biggest in the network’s history.

In a video, host Neil Cavuto and the “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” panel revealed the finale would be the most watched in cable history. 

The series finale will debut at 8:30 p.m.

ET on Sunday, September 18, the same time as the premiere of the third season of the hit HBO drama. 

“This is the biggest, most ambitious finale ever, so we’re going to make it,” Cavuto said.

“It’s going to be the largest, most expansive finale, the biggest and most complex finale in television history.”

“I mean, it’s going be an epic,” he added.

“The show has gone through so much and we’ve had to work hard to make this work.”

Cavuto and Fallon, who will host a special “Tonight Show” special later this month, teased what the finale will contain, including an appearance from Theon Greyjoy.

“It’s the biggest finale of them all,” Fallon said.

“I have a feeling we’re not going to see the Stark family until episode 8.”

The episode will also include the reveal of Jon Snow, played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

“He’s coming to your house,” Cavilluto teased.

“Jon Snow, the bastard, he’s coming!

He’s coming.”

Watch the full “Tonight’s” live video stream below: