Peter Dinklage On ‘Game Of Thrones’ Fans Still Upset About The Ending: ‘Move On’

Peter Dinklage thinks it’s time for “Game of Thrones” fans to focus on other things.

“GoT” has been a hit show on HBO for nearly eight years, and it’s no understatement to say that its success changed television forever. (reconsidering: ‘WestworldSeason 3 ends with the death of multiple characters)

However, the ending was hot rubbish, and fans didn’t let it go. To this day, I still complain about it, despite the fact that it happened over two and a half years ago.

What does Dinklage, who played Tyrion on the series, think? He thinks it’s time to “move forward”.

Following on from his feelings for fans who weren’t satisfied with the way it all went, Dinklage told The New York Times:

They wanted beautiful white people to ride together into the sunset. By the way, it’s fiction. There are dragons in it. I continue. [Laughs] No, but the show screws up what you think, and that’s what I love about it. Yes, it was called “Game of Thrones,” but in the end, the whole dialogue when people approach me on the street was “Who’s going to be on the throne?” I don’t know why this was a takeaway because the show really was more than that.

While I understand Dinklage’s point, I couldn’t disagree more. We’ve invested years and years of our lives in Game of Thrones.

It was much more than a simple TV show. It was a cultural phenomenon that captivated the world.

Then, when it was time for the series to end, the rug was pulled from under the fans and we were handed a hot plate of trash.

Am I just supposed to let that go? My friends, I am a very tolerant man, but two and a half years is not enough to “move forward”.

So, with all due respect to Dinklage, I’ll be ready to “move on” when I decide I’m ready. Until then, the bitterness and grudge about the ending continues!

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