After the final six episodes air last spring of 2019, there were many disappointment fans on how the highly viewed series concluded. However, it seems like they were not the only ones. Creator George R.R. reveals that if it were up to him the series would have ended differently.
The 'Game Of Thrones' Creator stated he wanted the series to end with 3 movies. The idea would have been groundbreaking and something the fans truly would have enjoyed. This bring more light to the six episodes that concluded the season. Many fans felt it was rushed. A three movie ending would have worked - but why didn't it come about?
George R.R. Martin shared his opinions on why the series didn't get a three-movie ending Reddit:
"Because HBO didn't want that. The executives said: We produce TV shows, we are not in the cinema business..." Martin continued, "Nowadays we don't have know where the lines between cinema, streaming service and television are"
This is a mentally that is good and bad at the same time. It's good because HBO knows exactly what type of content they want to produce. On the other side, this type of telling might closed them out to new innovative projects. Sometimes giving the fans what they want might just pay off better than sticking to the norm.
Petition for Remake
Before the last season finale, fans took to the web to sign a petition for a remake of the final season of Game of Thrones. The petition is still running to this date and is closing in on two million signatures. If you want to agree with the remake of the final season and want to sign the petition the link is below. However, it's doubtful there will be a remake of the series that air almost a year ago. There is hope for the future for Game of Thrones fans.
Hope for the Future
George R.R. Martin has two remaining books that will follow the series that end last spring. The two books are: "The Winds of Winter" and "A Dream of Spring"
Also, there is talk of a possible Game of Thrones prequel television show.
The Age of Heroes Series is confirmed to be a "no go".
The Targaryen Series is slated for ten episodes and is scheduled to premiere in 2022 - Don't hold your breath GOT fans. The series is to detail the history of the family 300 years before the events in 'Game of Thrones'.