So far, Game of Thrones is still one of the series with the most controversial ending in the field of television in the past decade. The heat that this series brings through the first 7 seasons has made the final season lose points seriously in the eyes of the audience because the script has many holes, absurd details when the film’s pace is so fast. rush, lack of logic.
The ending was so bad that recently, actor Thomas Brodie-Sangster admitted he had never met someone who loved Game of Thrones season 8 since the series ended in mid-2019. Thomas joined the project. HBO hit television in its third season as Jojen Reed – who accompanied his sister Meera (Ellie Kendrick) to escort Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) north to find the three-eyed crow. It was also because of protecting the Stark son that Jojen perished in season 4 of Game of Thrones.
Actor Thomas Brodie Sangster admitted he had never met anyone satisfied with season 8 of Game of Thrones.
In a recent interview with NME, Thomas admitted he himself didn’t regularly follow Game of Thrones after his character died: “I’ve only been watching until the middle of season 4 and can’t really grasp what’s going on. But I still keep the intention of continuing to “plow” the whole series, because it’s really good“.
It is also for the same reason that Thomas refused to give his personal opinion about the final movie season. However, the actor shared that he had chatted with quite a few people about Game of Thrones season 8, and the reactions of all have not been very positive. “This is a series that is extremely attractive to fans and makes many people fall in love. But ironically, no one likes the final season, or specifically the last episode. Up to now, I have never met anyone who likes it“.
Game of Thrones season 8, although only encapsulated in 6 episodes, but contains too many controversial details. For example, when Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) suddenly became “the last boss” in just 2 episodes; or how the team of writers squandered Jaime Lannister’s (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) character development and gave him a wasteful death; Bran Stark was suddenly chosen to become the king of Westeros, which is also a detail that many fans are not satisfied with. Immediately after the series ended, many fans were so angry that they made an online petition in the hope that HBO would reproduce the last season in the most appropriate and proper manner.
The script for the final season of Game of Thrones has too many ridiculous details and makes the audience extremely disappointed.
It wouldn’t come as a surprise if the end of Game of Thrones will continue to be controversial for many years to come. At its peak (between seasons 3 – 4), this series was loved by fans because of its tight details, reasonable character development, extreme twists and especially a series of deep conversations. , expensive. That inadvertently sets a too high standard for the following seasons, and is also the reason why Game of Thrones slopes gradually in seasons 6, 7 and then collapses completely in the final season.
Now, the only hope that fans can cling to is the novel version of the novel A Song of Ice and Fire by writer George R. R. Martin. Currently, he is rushing to perfect the series Winds of Winter so that they can be published as soon as possible. However, even when this volume comes out, readers will have to wait a long time to know the official ending of the Game of Thrones novel. The reason is that A Dream of Spring is the last volume in Martin’s series, and he hasn’t written a single line for this volume yet.
Meanwhile, HBO still does not want to give up a large gold mine like Game of Thrones. However, instead of remaking season 8 as many fans wanted, they decided to produce a brand new series called House of the Dragon – set 300 years before the events of Game of Thrones and Adapted from the book Fire and Blood. It is known that this series will focus on stories revolving around the reigns of King Targaryen, from Aegon the Conqueror – king from the first Dragon clan of Westeros, to Aegon III.
According to ScreenRant