Last season of the worldwide series Game of Thrones received a lot of criticism from critics and fans. They admitted that they were disappointed with the ending of the series which was inspired by the novel with the same title.
In fact, one of the actors who played in the series also felt the same way, he was Charles Dance. He even admitted that he would sign a petition calling for the entire final season of Game of Thrones to be remade.
Charles Dance, who plays Tywin Lannister in the series, is said to have died in Season 5. However, the person concerned claimed to have followed the storyline of this series until the end.
“I mean, I saw it. I continued watching the entire series even after my character was killed,”
“I just thought this series was a fantastic television show, you know? I’m so lucky to be a part of it. I love it; there’s a story line I want to know what’s going to happen to these people!” he said reported by MailOnline.
According to him, if only the story from the end of this series was changed for the better, then the showrunners and writers including David Benniof and D.B Weiss would provide a closed scene at the end of the story.
By presenting each character who will lead Westeros at the end of the story, the two writers will raise the standard of writing television series screenplays.
“I think David and Dan raise the bar when it comes to television screenwriting,” he continued.
Meanwhile, the Game of Thrones series which was inspired by the novel with the same title by George RR Martin consists of 8 seasons. The television series is shown in 10 countries including the Republic of Ireland and Morocco.
The last season itself was just released in May 2019. Many were disappointed with how the ending of the series was, but not a few understood it because the novel itself is still in its 6th season so far.
The plan, in the near future will be released the prequel of this series. Later, the story will center on the Targaryen family with a time setting of 8,000 years before the events of Game of Thrones.