GOT Fans Wailing Over Bungled Ending For Final Season

Game Of Thrones Fans Are Enraged Because Of The Poor Writing For GOT Ending

GOT FANS – The fans of the popular TV series Game of Thrones made a noise online speaking their thoughts about what they think is a poor ending.

Photo taken from The Verge

The action-drama series have been so popular online, that even celebrities hopped into the GOT Fever. Filipina actress, dubbed ‘Megastar’, Sharon Cuneta reportedly had an asthma attack because of the series.

After the series first aired on television eight years ago, it has become one of the most popular series and millions of fans have followed the storyline. It has also been popular online, as memes have been made referencing it and some of characters’ lines are being quoted by netizens.

However, the reign of the Game of Thrones greatness faced a challenge lately. A lot of the fans started complaining about what they think is poor writing for the final season and the series’ ending.

According to the fans, the storyline and script that the series follows is moving away from the original source which is a novel written by George R.R Martin.

Recently a petition initiated in the website entitled “Remake Game of Thrones Season 8 with competent writers” was signed by almost 850,000 people last Friday.

Famous author Stephen King was also a fan of the series Tweeted noticing that there has been a lot of negativity about the series’ ending, but he thinks it’s because the fans “don’t want any ending.”

One reason seen to have caused the commotion is that hurried story arc of the major character played by Emilia Clarke. Daenerys Targaryen quickly moved into becoming a mad persona causing atrocities.

The entertainment host Rob Hubbard also started a podcast “Game of Thrones: The Podcast” where he suggested:

“Turning one of the top two heroes in the game into a villain is something that you have to really set up straight… to have the fan base just go along with it.”

This is according to an article from Philstar.

Medieval history professor Valerie Garver from University of Northern Illinois also followed the storyline and claimed that he felt like some of the personas in the series were not given enough moment to play out.

That is all there is to it, at least for now. We’ll post updates as soon as we got them.

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