For the first six seasons of its existence, Game of Thrones sat alone atop the list of greatest TV shows of all time. The characters, the narrative, and the performances of a stunning cast, among other things, brought George R. R. Martin's world to life in a way few novel adaptations can boast.
Season seven saw a noticeable drop in the show's quality, and though not enough to rob the series of its legacy, the same cannot be said about season eight. Never has a show seen such a backlash from its loyal fan base, and in the case of Game of Thrones, it was deserved.
After almost a decade of precise, deliberate story telling, just about every narrative was either cut short or rushed to the finish line, robbing the show of the payoff it had worked so hard and so long for.
Game of Thrones took the entire planet by storm, and with that came unprecedented amounts of speculation, predictions, and theories about the ending of the Song of Ice and Fire, and out of this came some truly incredible ideas. Some were even better than the show itself.
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