Some of them are so unhappy, in fact, they seem to want to persuade HBO to recycle the entire season 8, replacing the Game of Thrones showrunnerswith new writers at the helm.
The fan on his Dylan D. began a petition to Change.org that HBO reworked the entire season. The petition, titled "The game of redevelopment of the thirty-seventh season with literate writers," has reached more than 210,000 signatures.
"David Benioff and D. B. Weiss were very incompetent writers when they did not have the original material (that is, books) to go back," Dylan D. said. "This series deserves the final season that makes sense. Reduce My Expectations and Do It, HBO! "
Although the petition did not elaborate specific complaints, many fans were particularly frustrated when Deneris Targaryen (Emilia Clark) executed Lord Varis with Drogun's fire and then began storming the king andeven after the delivery bells sounded.
Many fans believed that Daenerys' cruel actions looked completely out of place.
On the other hand, another fan, called Wolfman Monsterman, started another Petition Change.org, Turn Off Singing fans to stop signing petitions for TV shows and movies that "meet your requirements."
"The time has come to take a stand against those who oppose the testimony of the stories unfolding in this way, we did not expect and were obliged to never sign a petition with the requirement that those thick cats in Hollywood adhere to our stupid, stupid ideas" states
HBO did not immediately respond to a comment request.
The game of the thrones may have been discontented this season, but this did not prevent them from tune in every Sunday to see if their favorite character was going through one more day. The Sunday episode, The Bells,who watched HBO, HBO Go and HBO Now, HBO reported on Tuesday.
This season, the episode of the battle at Winterfell, meanwhile, earned the honor of being the most episode.
Actor Pilo Asbec, who plays Euron Greyjoy, believes that staying in a popular series means fighting a passionate fan base.
"The variety of admirers and the passion they bring to the table are exciting, and you want to have it all," Asbeck said on May 13. "You can not satisfy one billion people, it's impossible. But you want them to participate in the show, even if they do not like it.