Producer-Writer Bryan Cogman Speaks About the Upcoming Game Of Thrones 6 Being the Biggest in Scale & Narrative

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It’s not very often that the producers come to speak about the show Game Of Thrones 6 which is just going to make its presence with Episode 1 “The Red Woman” to premiere on the upcoming Sunday and as Entertainment Weekly sat with the shows another producer-writer Bryan Cogman, who also hold a great deal of responsibility in creating the world as Game Of Thrones has and will be. Speaking about the upcoming 6th season of how it has been making a transition from George R. R. Martins story line stage till season 5 to the showrunner present storyline he says,

“We left our central characters in huge moments of crisis and at their lowest points last year, all of them are now trying to rebuild their lives. Season 5 was in many ways our darkest. This season is still very dark, very intense, but it’s very much the next act.”

Game Of Thrones Season 6 Bryan Cogman

Now the reason he went on comparing the previous show had a bit upper hand then the upcoming season 6 was in context with the dark and grimy backdrop the show is based on. In fact, we did see a lot of ugly, terrifying, and shocking things which this year would be changed to a massive colligation, as the winter, this time, is really approaching and it’s going to get quite messy.

Also about the transition that they have made in the shows narrative had made the producer figure out their own plotline, which does not bring Martins book in any way and because everyone this time is needed to bring together the pressure is too much in creating such a massive plot. Elaborating a little further he even went on saying, “There are a lot of thematic and explicit callbacks to season 1, and the seasons that preceded this one, and even to events that preceded them, that in terms of the mythology.” Continuing beyond his statement he went on saying, “We say this every year, but it’s true – this is the biggest season of Game of Thrones. It took me by surprise, just how big it is – and I helped write it!”

Answering the suspicious question by the Entertainment Weekly in the Interview, they came to a point where Cogman draws attention towards how even though they have moved on, the context of Martins in somewhere deep or up head still remain:

“While we’re still drawing from a lot of situations and arcs in the books, it’s obviously not a direct adaptation of any of the books this year. I will say you’ll see character versions and interpretations that are in some of the previous books that we hadn’t gotten to yet. I think of it as Westeros 2 – the alternate universe version of Westeros. There’s the book universe and a show universe and this is what happens in the show universe.”

A lot has been speaking more about the show to check out the whole Interview click on this link Entertainment Weekly with Bryan Cogman, the Game Of Thrones Season 6 bring its Episode The Red Woman on April 24th at 9 p.m. ET & 10 p.m. PT only on HBO Networks.

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