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  1. Regardless of how you felt about the final two seasons, there’s no denying that GOT was a complete success. It’s perfectly understandable that HBO would capitalize on said success and hold a marathon on GOT’s tenth anniversary.
  2. They have some nerve to put on a marathon of their most successful show on its anniversary?
  3. Yes, the cast and crew were very happy with how the show ended. What of it? Even if they all hated it, which clearly isn’t the case, that doesn’t change the massive pile of evidence that the final season was well received.
  4. Please do. True, but that might have something to do with some of you trying to turn this into another D&D bashing thread rather than focusing on the upcoming Dunk and Egg adaptation.
  5. Lol, sure, because Benioff and Weiss are such scary people. I’ve seen enough of your videos to know that they carry very little factual information. Your credibility is shot to hell. You should give it a rest already.
  6. Watchers on the Wall have way more journalistic integrity than you, it’s not even close. Like I said, there’s an entire tape that disproves what the lying Twitter user said. It is beyond dispute, though you’re such a partisan hack you’re going to try desperately to disprove it anyway.
  7. I don’t even care if they disliked the final season (why would I?), I just don’t understand why they’re trying to demonize the showrunners. It’s like D&D personally offended them.
  8. The earth being round is backed up by scientific facts, and that’s what I’m doing. Using facts to support my argument. You should try doing the same. All the facts I listed are concrete and clearly point to the final season being highly popular, and you can’t even begin to counter them.
  9. Oh, my sweet summer child. It’s called the vocal minority for a reason. The online fandom is merely a very small faction and don’t even come close to representing the opinions of the fandom as a whole. Look at Star Wars, for instance. The online backlash against The Last Jedi was huge, yet The Rise of Skywalker still made over a billion dollars. If that didn’t teach you that online reaction means nothing I don’t know what will. Again, the GOT finale was the most watched episode in HBO history, season 8 earned 32 Emmy nominations, winning 12, including Best Drama, GOT was the most in-demand show of 2020, and season 8 topped the Blu Ray sales charts. Those are indisputable facts, but don’t let that stop you from creating conspiracy theories.
  10. Here is an article about their departure from Star Wars. As you can see, it had nothing to do with the reaction to the final season: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/why-star-wars-didnt-work-game-thrones-duo-1250798?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=THR Breaking News_now_2019-10-30 14:42:05_ehayden&utm_term=hollywoodreporter_breakingnews
  11. The finale was the most watched episode in HBO history, GOT was the most in-demand show of 2020, and the season 8 Blu Ray topped the sales charts. I think it’s safe to say people enjoyed it.
  12. It’s only your opinion that there was a quality drop. What reports are you talking about? All the cast and crew had nothing but nice things to say about their working relationship with D&D. As for their talk in Austin, I think I know what you’re referring to, in which case there was nothing wrong with it. A Twitter user massively mischaracterized the things they said. A tape regarding the conference tells the real story. https://watchersonthewall.com/benioff-weiss-reflect-decade-game-thrones-austin-film-festival/
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