I think it’s Good to say that the eighth and final season of “Game of Thrones” did not satisfy fans. How did this affect its showrunners? David Benioff and DB Weiss broke their silence and spoke out on the matter, talking about the difficulties of meeting viewers expectations.
Benioff and Weiss don’t read the comments on the Internet
“Game of Thrones” ended 5 years ago. The reception to the finale was so negative that in 2019, David Benioff and DB Weiss canceled their planned visit to San Diego Comic-Con. More than a million people also signed a petition to shoot the eighth season again “with competent scriptwriters”. What do the creators say about this?
You always hope that everyone will love whatever you do. It would be great if 100 percent of viewers loved the final season, but that didn’t happen. It’s easy to get lost in checking opinions and spend your entire life Googling and looking for people who have this or that opinion, said David Benioff.
Even super positive feedback makes you feel weird, added DB Weiss. There’s something dope about it. And as soon as we stopped doing it – the last time I googled it was 2013 – the level of constant stress in our lives dropped by 50 percent overnight. However, the scriptwriters pointed out that interactions with fans in real life are completely different from those online. There’s something fundamentally decent about people recognizing you as a person – and vice versa, Weiss admitted. When you move human interaction online, suddenly everything goes in a specifically aggressive direction.
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