The closing season of Game of Thrones was its most-watched ever and the fantasy drama took house the Outstanding Drama Series award on the Emmys and set different information. At the identical time, the response to the ultimate season was combined to say the least. Actress Emilia Clarke, who performs Daenerys on the HBO present, has now responded to the controversy surrounding Season 8.
At the Emmys, she advised Variety that the combined response to Season 8 was “flattering.” People passionately sharing their ideas and opinions about Game of Thrones–whatever they may be–shows that folks care, and that is a very good factor, Clarke says.
“It was profoundly flattering,” she stated of the response to Season 8. “Because when someone cares that much, that they’re ready to make such a noise about how they believe how the characters should have been finished, and how the story should have gone, that’s just enormously flattering. That just shows how much everybody loved it.”
SPOILERS FOR GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8 FOLLOW:
In the ultimate season of Game of Thrones, Daenerys turns into the Mad Queen, attacking King’s Landing and killing hundreds of harmless individuals. Jon Snow then kills her.
When Clarke initially learn the script and discovered the destiny of Daenerys, she was shocked. “What, what, what, WHAT!?” she advised Entertainment Weekly about her ideas upon studying the story. “Because it comes out of f**king nowhere. I’m flabbergasted. Absolutely by no means noticed that coming.”
Kit Harington, in the meantime, stated on the Emmys that he hasn’t seen any of Season 8. However, he stated he is happy with the present’s closing season, which was extremely formidable. He additionally spoke about how he believed within the closing season’s story arc and what occurred to the characters.
“I know what it took to shoot it, and it was hard; everyone put all of their love and effort into it,” he stated. “Controversy, I think for us, we knew what we were doing was right story-wise. And we knew it was right for the characters because we lived with them for 10 years. Controversy didn’t really affect us.”
Game of Thrones received a record-tying 12 Emmy Awards this year, together with Outstanding Drama Series. Tyrion Lannister actor Peter Dinklage received his fourth Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor, surpassing Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul for a brand new report.