The audience was majorly disappointed by the entire season 8 of Game of Thrones, so much so that they have petitioned it to be remade.
The eighth and the final season of 'Game of Thrones' concluded on Sunday and not too many people are happy with how it ended. More than one million people have already signed the petition where they demanded HBO to hire 'competent writers' to remake season 8 of the hit fantasy show. The move has been called out by a number of casts in the show and they have also said that it is rude 'ridiculous' and 'sad'.
Issac Hempstead Wright, who plays Bran Stark laughed off the petition when asked about it. While talking to The Hollywood Reporter, he said, "It's just absurd. I can't even fathom it. It's ridiculous that people think they can just demand a different ending because they don't like it. I have stupidly taken it quite personally, which obviously I shouldn't. In my opinion, it's a great ending."
Jacob Anderson, who plays Grey Worm also showed that he is not pleased with the petition, while he was on US talk show Strahan and Sara. He said, "I think it's rude. Obviously, the show feels to people like it belongs to them and that's really good and I think it's really important when people take things into their heart and it means something to them. However, it doesn't. I was there and the crew, in particular, on our show are like the hardest working people I've ever met and had the pleasure of working with. I think to kind of trivialize their work in that way - I find it quite sad."
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Kit Harrington, who plays the role of Jon Snow didn't take too kindly to the petition. While talking to Associated Press, he said, "If people feel let down by it, I don't give a f**k - because everyone tried their hardest. I don't mean to sound mean about critics here, but whatever critic spends half an hour writing about this season and makes their [negative] judgment on it, in my head, they can go f**k themselves."