Netizens Disappointed With HBO After It Sends 'worst Episodes' Of 'Game Of Thrones' Final Season For Emmy Awards. Read Here 

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It's the end of an era! After an eight-year-long journey, 'Game Of Thrones' has left behind an undeniable legacy as one of the most popular series.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

It's the end of an era! After an eight-year-long journey, 'Game Of Thrones' has left behind an undeniable legacy as one of the most popular series. And just like all the fans, even the star cast of 'GOT' is emotional bidding farewell to the show with a heavy heart.

READ: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Is Far From Over As The Real Story Is Yet To Begin

However, in recent events, various fans on social media are disappointed as HBO has submitted a number of episodes for Emmy consideration which are one of the 'worst rated' ones.

The video streaming giant has included Miguel Sapochnik for Game of Thrones season 8’s The Long Night, David Nutter for The Last of the Starks. HBO has also submitted the names of showrunners DB Weiss and David Benioff for The Iron Throne, in the Best Direction category.

Read some reactions below: 

Meanwhile, the showrunners have officially confirmed that they are indeed working on Game of Thrones prequel and Naomi Watts is playing a lead role in it. But hey, Watts isn’t alone and HBO has to say a lot more about its upcoming show in its official synopsis It is said to be taking place thousands of years before King Robert Baratheon paid a visit to Winterfell and asked Lord Eddard Stark to serve as the new Hand. It’s also expected to shed some light on the true origin of the White Walkers and horrifying secrets of Westeros’s history.

READ: VIRAL: Kit Harington's First Reaction On Finding Out Daenerys's Fate In Game Of Thrones' Finale Is Making Fans Cry

 

 

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