If you an ardent fan of Game Of Thrones, we’ll begin with this – we feel you, folks. And in case you belong to that per cent of the millenial crowd who steers clear of the fantasy series the universe is obsessed with, we’ll explain the veracity of the aforementioned statement. Game Of Thrones concluded last week with its final episode titled The Iron Throne last Monday. That should explain most of it, though!
Millions in India watched the world-famous show on Mondays at 6.30am and often made an exception to wake up early just for GOT. But this Monday was different. It is the first Monday without a Game of Thrones episode in a month and a half.
Twitter is sighing deeply and fans are in the depths of despair, but there’s some consolation. A behind-the scenes documentary, Game of Thrones: The Last Watch aired this morning. The near-two-hour documentary reveals several anecdotes and trivia about the characters and the series.
For example, Kit Harington, cast as Jon Snow in GOT, was made aware of murdering Emilia Clarke’s Daenerys during his first table read as he hadn’t read the script beforehand.
Adapted from American author George RR Martin’s novel of the same name, Game of Thrones premiered in the United States in April 2011 and spanned across 73 epsiodes over eight seasons.
Game Of Thrones, directed by David Benioff and DB Weiss, had Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner, Lena Headey and Peter Dinklage in the pivotal roles apart from Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke.