'Game of Thrones' Series Finale Photos Don't Reveal a Damn Thing

Pablo Tucker
May 20, 2019

Episode five of Game Of Thrones season 8 aired last Monday and it has been one of the most destructive episodes so far.

Up next is the Game of Thrones series finale which will undoubtedly rewrite the show's records one last time despite mixed reactions to Season 8.

The images keep things cryptic but capture the general atmosphere following the destruction wrought in last week's episode, "The Bells", during which Daenerys Targaryen burnt King's Landing and most of its people into the ground.

That's in part because no one wants to counter-program the final episodes of Game of Thrones, but it's also just a testament to this show's power that it's still appointment television in an era when people are increasingly watching shows whenever they get to them instead of a programming schedule. Additionally, "The Bells" has received the series' lowest ever score on the Rotten Tomatoes review aggregator website, attaining just a 53 percent rating. If he was such an intelligent man and he had such resources, how come he didn't know about things? That's fine. It's the nature of a multi-character show. That added to my dismay.

Social media is an interesting place and with most of us caught on the Game Of Thrones fever, there's always something new you will find here. "But that was frustrating for a couple seasons".

He said, "That's been my feeling the last couple seasons, that my character became more peripheral, that they concentrated on others more. She also argued that "characters" seasons-long stories seem to end mid-sentence" on "The Bells", and that its message of nothing holding any meaning is simply "too nihilistic, even for the most nihilistic show on TV".

Gwendoline Christie as Brienne in a still from Game of Thrones.

Game of Thrones will return for its series finale on Monday, May 20, amid intense fan expectations and scrutiny.

"Not gonna lie, one of the most disturbing things (to me) is how much rhetoric defending Dany's actions in King's Landing mirror arguments defending U.S. imperialism in the Middle East", one commenter said in response to the juxtaposed images of Daenerys being adored by her subjects and her dragon unleashing an avalanche of fire on terrified people.

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