Fans had mixed reactions to the Emmy Award for Best Drama going to the final season of Game of Thrones.
The final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones was met with predominantly negative reactions from fans, with many believing the quality of the writing had diminished significantly compared to the earlier years. Despite the negative response, Game of Thrones season 8 earned a record-breaking 32 nominations at the 2019 Primetime Emmy Awards, including a Best Writing nod for the divisive series finale and Best Drama.
Last night, the 2019 Emmy Awards ceremony concluded with Game of Thrones season 8 winning the Best Drama award and fans responded by taking to Twitter to express just how much they feel the series is undeserving of this victory. Of course, not everyone was displeased, as a handful of fans took time to congratulate the Game of Thrones team on their win.
Check out some of the reactions to Game of Thrones‘ Emmy win below!
It’s a shame the 8th season was horrendous and ruined any work put in before it.
— Bert (@ThatGuyBertisha) September 23, 2019
Pretty cool that none of the voters watched the final season.
— Austin Grant (@AustinPlanet) September 23, 2019
Guys your show was really bad but congrats
— Dick Kenmore (@DickKenmore) September 23, 2019
literally everyone when they announced this pic.twitter.com/ZpO9xERcOd
— queen in the south (@bornboujee) September 23, 2019
For what? A mediocre season at BEST? It received accolades for the past, deservedly, but NOT for this season.
— Bryan Johnson ? (@Bryan_L_Johnson) September 23, 2019
Um…well it shouldn't have and you know it. Season 8 was an abomination. The only one who deserved it was Emilia Clarke but lost. Despite the butchering of her character she delivered and outshined everyone else.
— E Fabian (@eFab_Val) September 23, 2019
The worst season wins best drama in a category that all the other shows were better in. Holy hell what the actual fuck.
— Aelaryn (@Aelaryn1122) September 23, 2019
Well deserved!!! You can say what you want about this season but it was still way better then any other show this year #GameofThrones
— GOT JellyJugz (@GOT_JellyJugz) September 23, 2019
You deserve it the whole team of @GameOfThrones, the drama is there, powers are there, creation is there, creatures are there except reality ✔✔?
— Vishnu (विष्णु)? (@Sanjeev66501144) September 23, 2019
Congrats to Dan and Dave and everyone who worked on the show.
— MK_sonofJacob (@skptklguy) September 23, 2019
What did you think of Game of Thrones winning the 2019 Emmy Award for Best Drama? Let us know below!
While Game of Thrones has come to an end, the franchise is set to continue with a prequel series. Details on the Game of Thrones prequel are still under wraps, though the series is said to be set roughly 5,000 years before the events of George R. R. Martin’s original story. A second prequel centered on the downfall of House Targaryen was last reported to be nearing a pilot order from HBO.
The pilot for the Game of Thrones prequel will be directed and executive produced by S. J. Clarkson. The series stars Naomi Watts, Josh Whitehouse, Toby Regbo, Ivanno Jeremiah, Georgie Henley, Naomi Ackie, Denise Gough, Jamie Campbell Bower, Sheila Atim, Alex Sharp, Miranda Richardson, Marquis Rodriguez, John Simm, Richard McCabe, John Heffernan, and Dixie Egerickx.
Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on the prequels to George R. R. Martin’s Game of Thrones!
Henry Cavill’s ‘The Witcher’ Debuts New Poster & First Look Photos
Netflix has released a brand new poster for the Henry Cavill series The Witcher along with a slew of first look photos.
A stunning poster for the upcoming Netflix series The Witcher made its debut this morning, featuring Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia. In addition, Netflix also dropped the first official photos of Anya Cholatra as Yennefer and Freya Allan as Ciri as well as two more stills that offer fans a fresh look at Geralt.
You can check out the poster below and the new photos in the gallery by clicking "Next."
Based on the fantasy series of novels and short stories by Andrzej Sapkowski, Netflix’s The Witcher will follow the monster slayer for hire named Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill). Showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich will also serve as an executive producer on the series while Alik Sakharov, Alex Garcia Lopez and Charlotte Brändström are on board as directors for the eight-episode first season.
Here is the official synopsis for The Witcher:
Based on the best-selling fantasy series, The Witcher is an epic tale of fate and family. Geralt of Rivia, a solitary monster hunter, struggles to find his place in a world where people often prove more wicked than beasts. But when destiny hurtles him toward a powerful sorceress, and a young princess with a dangerous secret, the three must learn to navigate the increasingly volatile Continent together.
The Witcher stars Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia, Freya Allan as Ciri, Anya Chalotra as Yennefer, Jodhi May as Queen Calanthe, Bjorn Hlynur Haraldsson as Eist, Adam Levy as Mousesack, MyAnna Buring as Aretuza, and Millie Brady as Princess Renfri, with Mimi Ndiweni and Therica Wilson-Read as novice sorcerers.
The Witcher will be available on Netflix in late 2019. Stay tuned for the latest updates on the upcoming Netflix series.