Game of Thrones Finale Emmy Nominations Doesn't Have Fans Thrilled

The full nominations checklist for this September’s Emmy Awards released earlier this morning. HBO’s Game of Thrones practically cleaned home. The HBO program walked away with a record-setting 32 nominations, every one of which you can see here.

 

Emmy Nomination For Writing 

Amongst the nominations is one for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series. The award will go to showrunners’ David Benioff as well as D.B. Weiss. It will be for the “The Iron Throne,” the sixth as well as final episode of the 8th season. The episode marked the end of the series. To state the event was debatable is a little exaggeration. 

Disappointing Reviews For Game of Thrones Finale

Disappointing Reviews For Game of Thrones Finale

The finale dropped as one of the worst-reviewed episodes of the whole shebang. Rotten Tomatoes has the episode provided at a Rotten 49 per cent score.

 

Audience Questions Validity of Emmy

Suffice to claim; followers are pretty bewildered. The audience questions how, out of the six episodes of this period, Emmy voters decided on the finale. Given below are some reactions from Game of Thrones followers. The tweets concern the writing nomination. 

 

https://twitter.com/starkrings/status/1151175310936805376

 

https://twitter.com/velarisss/status/1151174078339985408

 

Watch the trailer for the final season here:

 

Source: Comicbook, The Hindu

 

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