Game Of Thrones Series Reaches its end in “10-15 More Hours” After Season 6

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We indeed in these recent times have been getting a lot to read in interviews about Game Of Thrones the series and it’s the future of its, as how many more season to go before finally the show will be ended and with this week HBO announcing that the for the next year, which does not states the season but just the year. Though we can assume it is going to be season 7 but what if, it’s going to be just that and no further and so to discuss all of this both David Benioff and Dan Weiss in an Interview with The Hollywood Reporter, keeping point onto the shows further plans and says,“We are writing the final acts now.”

Discussing the estimated seasons before the show comes to the end both Benioff and Weiss told THR, “10-15 more hours beyond season six”.

Game Of Thrones Season 6 David Benioff & Dan Weiss Interview

“We’re approaching the finish line. From the outset, our hope was to tell a complete story — beginning, middle and end. We are writing the final act now, and the last thing we want to do is stay on stage after the play is over.”

Further in the interview both were asked about their plans before starting the series back in 2011 to bring it complete this soon or has it just led them to here,

“we as television producers are locked into a set schedule — a new season each year. In the beginning, we believed that if the show progressed and worked, we would bring the series around seven seasons to tell the tale. Seven kingdoms, seven gods, seven books — seven somehow felt quite a lucky number. The actual messiness of storytelling might not be quite that numerologically elegant, but we’re looking at somewhere between 70 and 75 hours before the credits roll for the last time.”

As we all are aware of the show being an adaptation of George R. R. Martins, Book novel “A Song Of Ice and Fire” and show has been carried on till season 5 the books storyline and now as it passes the books narrative  and the showrunner coming up with their self-made narratives assures about nobody to get spoiled through the upcoming season he says, “given the fact that we’re outpacing the George’s novels, we all see the upside in the divergence: book readers won’t be spoiled by what’s to come on the show, and the show audience won’t have to worry about spoilers from the unpublished books.

Also, this week David Benioff come along into a very fascinating and personal interview with his father, Stephen Friedman a former Goldman Sachs Chairmen and had some of the most intriguing talks about his childhood, his writing partnership and work with Dan Weiss and much more such talks:

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