Hollywood actor Peter Dinklage has promised his fans that his Game of Thrones character Tyrion Lannister will get a beautiful ending on HBO's fantasy drama television show! Ever since the respective cast has been saying farewell to their characters, the fans, cannot help but wait for anything else there is to know about the series! Peter Dinklage has been portraying the much-loved smart dwarf since the beginning of the show.
Game of Thrones Season 8 will premiere on April 2018
Based on George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, Game of Thrones is set to present its last and final season, Season 8 next year in April. The show originally hewed closely to the source material, but diverged in later seasons as it began to outpace Martin’s novels. With his sixth installment no closer to release, showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss have decided that the upcoming six-episode season will also be the show’s last.
Martin, certain Thrones could continue on for many years, was stunned by this revelation.
"There are no better writers in television than Dan Weiss and David Benioff. They ended it brilliantly. Better than I could have imagined and you people are in for it. It ends beautifully for my character whether it be tragic or not," said Peter, who couldn't simply praising the series writers. Season 7 ended in August 2017 and all viewers know for certain is that “winter is coming” sometime in 2019. Not just the fans but also the author of the novel, Martin was heartbroken about the fact that the series will end soon.
Going back to Peter's statement, that's not comforting as well but it is not entirely shocking! We all hope that Tyrion survives until the end, but Dinklage’s comments certainly leave room for that to be the case. Without Martin’s novels as a blueprint, little is known about how the series will wrap up. Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, feels that the ending may prove divisive among fans.
Game of Thrones has become a worldwide phenomenon and is the most-watched series. At least a prequel series was ordered earlier this year, so audiences won’t have to completely bid farewell to Westeros just yet.