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Season 8 is now the worst rated Game of Thrones season of all time

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Game of Thrones Season 8 is now the worst rated Game of Thrones season of all time

As you guys might already know, Game of Thrones Season 8 isn’t doing too well with the ratings. We saw episode 3 go on to become the second lowest rated episode of the show, only to be displaced by episode 4 for the slot. Now, Game of Thrones has hit another low, with Season 8 becoming the lowest rated season for the show, of all time. Read on!

Rotten Tomatoes recently published a report about how Game of Thrones Season 8 ratings have hit a record low for the show, making it a non-recoverable lowest rated season of the show.

Game of Thrones Season 8 kicked off with a relatively good percentage in ratings with the first two episodes. However, episode 3 and 4 have dipped the ratings down so low, that even if the show hits 100% with both of the remaining episodes, it will bring up the season average rating to 85%, which will still make it the lowest rated season. The season currently sits at an average of 77%.

In contrast, all the other seasons are 90%+, with the first season being the lowest at 91%, and Season 4 being the highest at 97%.

What do you guys think? Do you agree with the low ratings for this season? Talk to us in the comments, down below!






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Rotten Tomatoes has never accurately rated the better shows. It’s the final season, tough to wrap up a story like this neatly. Fans will never be happy with the ending of an era.

Jim Herman
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The show I came to love is gone. It is a very sad thing. They should have just let it run and just end without any big finale. The show runners have blown it.

Mac Rinker
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Shitting on this season has become trendy. All the cool people are doing it….

Corny

Ivy Freeborn
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Ivy Freeborn

They’re ending it too fast, that’s the problem. GoT has always been noted for its foreshadowing and clues. This year the season started and the final battle with the White Walkers happened in the second episode. Now we’re getting the battle of King’s Landing today, I believe. It’s just going way too fast.

Plus, we’re not seeing enough dragon.

km cox
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km cox

to hell with everyone. This show is awesome and a one of a kind. Get over it because its not your way. write your own damn book

Dab
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Book? This show shitts on G.R.R.M. books since season 5, thats why ending sucks so much, they took the story from author and ruined it…
I am huge fan of books and tv show but now after they did I’m nit longer interested to watch series finale, I’m no more interested..

sory not sory
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sory not sory

i guess ur just into cgi and all those effects not the story surely you have not followed the show from season 1. everything about this season had no point was so bad like the characters are different from the past seasons

Peter Cohen
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Well, episode five of season eight just got an absolute dismal rating from me too.

David&Daniel
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Thank you D&D for ruining A World of Ice and Fire. Well done!

Morris Tad
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I’m loving the final season, but it’s not my favorite. Because the season is ending, doesn’t mean all my loved actors have to die, has not made me happy. Last nights episode was just crazy. It’s not going as I would have hoped, but any show or movie is difficult to finish. Even good books have crappy endings sometimes.

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Game of Thrones dominates Creative Arts Emmy Awards with 10 wins

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Game of Thrones dominates Creative Arts Emmy Awards with 10 wins

Game of Thrones has kicked off the awards season with a bang. The 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards were recently announced, and Game of Thrones walked away with a new record of 10 wins! Read on!

Deadline published the results of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which are announced a few days, usually a week, before the Primetime Emmy Awards. Game of Thrones had previously won a record 7 Creative Arts Emmy Awards for Season 7, (and already one for 2019 Emmys with 32 nominations,) but has now returned with 10 wins for Season 8. Let’s look at all the categories:

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour)
Game Of Thrones, “The Long Night”

Outstanding Special Visual Effects
Game Of Thrones, “The Bells”

Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes
Game Of Thrones, “The Bells”

Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)
Game Of Thrones, “The Long Night”

Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)
Game Of Thrones, “The Long Night” – Ramin Djawadi

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour)
Game Of Thrones, “The Long Night”

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series
Game Of Thrones, “The Long Night”

Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series or Movie

Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series

Outstanding Main Title Design

The highlight of the 10 wins is, of course, Ramin Djawadi winning for music composition again. Also, five of the ten wins are for “The Long Night”, which is expected to win more at the Primetime Emmy Awards scheduled to take place September 22nd.

Here’s hoping Game of Thrones breaks more records there. Talk to us in the comments, down below!






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Disney officially confirms Kit Harington’s role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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Disney confirms and reveals Kit Harington's role for Marvel Cinematic Universe's The Eternals

Game of Thrones actors seem to be making the most of the popularity that the show brought to them. The latest actor to enter a giant franchise post-Thrones is Kit Harington, aka Jon Snow. Earlier, we reported that Kit was joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but now we not only have an official confirmation but more details about his role. Read on!

As you might know, Disney is currently holding the D23 Expo, which is a showcase for its projects, especially upcoming ones. Hidden among the plethora of projects announced, mostly for Disney+, was a small casting announcement that came from MCU chief Kevin Feige. He announced Kit Harington as a cast member for MCU’s The Eternals, and Kit will be playing the role of Dane Whitman, aka the Black Knight!

The Eternals, set for release on November 6, 2020, was announced recently with a star-studded cast, which included none other than Richard Madden, who played Robb Stark on Thrones. Now Kit has joined the cast. Black Knight isn’t one of the Eternals but is a pretty important character in the comics, which means that we will see Kit’s brooding self in the MCU for a while. Looks like we might end up getting more Robb/Jon interaction through the MCU than we ever did on Game of Thrones.

What do you guys think? Excited to see the Stark brothers reunite in the MCU? Tell us in the comments, down below!






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Kit Harington to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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Kit Harington to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Game of Thrones starts seem to be finding themselves in all sorts new projects, but the latest rumor might be the grandest of them all. Kit Harington, who played the role of Jon Snow, is said to be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, aka the MCU. Read on!

The news, while still technically a rumor as of now, comes from a report from Deadline. Apparently sources have confirmed that Kit Harington will be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He was not a part of the official announcement of the next phase of the MCU, which was revealed recently. However, with the D23 expo currently going on, a lot of new announcements are coming from Disney this week. While the report says no more details are known as of now, an official announcement might come from D23 before the end of the expo. Not to forget, Kit will be joining his ‘brother’ Richard Madden, who has been announced to be a part of MCU’s The Eternals.

Now, there is no shortage of projects in MCU to accommodate new actors, especially leads, with many of the former lead actors either moving on, or getting close to the end of their MCU stints. We could see Kit become one of the new faces of the MCU. However it’s also possible he plays one of the smaller characters or villains in one of the already announced films. For now, the fan favourite choice seems to be Adam Warlock, who was teased at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy 2.

What role would you want to see Kit play in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Tell us in the comments, down below!






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