Why Game of Thrones' Final Season Was Always Destined to Disappoint

E! Online | 5/20/2019 | Staff
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The off-screen connecting of dots is a double-edged sword in the TV world: While viewers want to see character learn new revelations and react accordingly, there's only so ways to share information the audience already knows without it starting to sound like a Wikipedia entry or an exposition dump that wastes precious minutes of what little time the show has left.

It's a task writer and co-executive producer Bryan Cogman, who penned season eight's second episode (the most celebrated of the final season episodes), "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms," which featured a lot of characters...
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