In celebrationGame of Thrones, HBO will air all eight seasons starting April 10th. To spur hype, HBO has released new seasonal trailers, including one for season 8. YouTube comments tell a weary story about disappointed fans, who were divided over the show’s ending. Channeling Ned Stark: “Some wounds never truly heal and bleed again at the slightest word.”
Here’s the choice, with positive comments nowhere.
“Are you remaking it? Because if you haven’t, then it’s better not to miss the opportunity and remind [sic] us something we want to forget. “
“I can’t wait to see how important Jon’s lineage is, how they defeat the Night King, how Jamie redeems himself, and what Varys’ grand plan has been all this time.”
“Season 8 was like Frodo realized that One Ring could halve like a twig as soon as it reached Mordor.”
“It’s crazy how popular this show was back then and how quickly everyone forgot about it. Probably the most disappointing thing in the history of entertainment.”
The first season of Game of Thrones began airing on HBO on April 17, 2011. The fantasy series lasted 73 episodes until May 2019, erupting faster than George RR Martin could write the books on which they were based. By Season 5, showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss began using original content not found in Martin’s novels. In recent seasons, material has been incorporated that Martin revealed to Benioff and Weiss about the upcoming novels in the series, as well as the original content.
Many fans, even calling for . Still, there is no doubt about the seismic cultural impact the show has had over the past decade.
Here is the new official trailer for season 8, which is full of spoilers.
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