HBO recently wrapped up its illustrious eight-season operate on Game of Thrones.
Game of Thrones: A Record Setter
The costs cable television network is hard at work on several offshoots to the prize-winning program. George R.R. Martin, the designer as well as George R.R. Martin behind the whole series, has said on record stating he’s not sure any type of spinoff can come close to being as successful as the record-setting first show.
George R.R. Martin on Game of Thrones success
“The range of ‘Game of Thrones’s’ success has– getting to throughout the globe and also getting into the culture to [such a level]– it’s not something any person could ever prepare for, not something I anticipate ever to experience once more,” Martin claimed on Maltin on Movies, a podcast held by movie critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie. George R.R. Martin did not stop there yet instead went on to discuss the essential follower response to the final season of Game of Thrones, saying numerous fandoms are now more dangerous than they have ever been.
“The Internet is poisonous in such a way that old fanzine society and also fandoms– comics fans, science fiction fans– in those days, was not,” he said. “There were arguments. There were fights, yet nothing like the madness that you see online.”
Debates concerning sequels
When the collection initial wrapped, there were responses from many interested fans. They were eager to know if any one of the offshoots in growth would act as follows up starring Maisie Williams Arya Stark. That was a notion promptly shot down by HBO programs officer Casey Bloys.
“Nope, nope, nope,” Bloys says if any of the series will undoubtedly be a follow-up. “No. Part of it is, I do want this program– this Game of Thrones, Dan as well as David’s show– to be its own thing. I do not wish to take personalities from this world that they did wonderfully and also place them off right into one more world with someone else developing it.”
“I intend to let it be the art piece they have obtained. That is among the reasons I’m not trying to do the same program over,” the programming director continues. “George has enormous, enormous globe; there are so many methods. That’s why we’re attempting to make points that feel distinct– as well as not to attempt and also re-do the same show. That’s most likely one of the reasons, right now, a sequel or grabbing any of the various other characters doesn’t make good sense for us.”
All eight seasons of Game of Thrones are now streaming via HBO’s various streaming platforms, including HBO Go, HBO Now, and also the HBO app on Amazon.com Prime Video.
Watch the teaser trailer for the finale season here: