Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Juggernaut, Jan 14, 2019.
I head that song while watching ...
I've lost my excitement for the whole thing. Just way way way too much time has past.
It was starting to get that way with Star Trek Discovery. Season 2 finally starts this Thursday.
They need to go back to the 25 episodes per season again too. This 12-13 episodes per is bs.
Now imagine this x100000 as a book reader.
What they need to do is get over the year-based single season concept. They used to do 22-25 episodes for most shows and many would have a fall story line and a spring story line.
What they need to do instead is simply create two sets of 13-episode seasons every year and rather than run them all in one stretch with a few weekly breaks, they should instead start a new "season" every 13 weeks after a season ends for the one-per-week networks. That way viewers don't lose interest in a show when they have to wait 9+ months to see the next season.
For networks like Netflix that show an entire season at once (which most people prefer), the break would be 6 months at worst with a schedule like that.
Also with that schedule, TV shows could film a season ahead every time (start filming 6 months before release) and the show's writers would already know if a show is going to be cancelled so they could write (or rewrite) the final episodes to end the series instead of having a series end on unresolved cliffhangers.
I've read all the books already too. I tend to prefer to read the books before watching movies / TV shows. Doing it the other way around tends to cause the story-line to become discombobulated when trying to read the book after the fact. (all the extra scenes, story-lines, and other details, etc)
Though to be honest. I generally like to wait until all the books are finished before reading the books as waiting years (like Martin's books) is just plain painful and stupid. Probably the primary reason I've basically refused to read King's Dark Tower series. King already said he will never finish it. hah
Although that does seem to be the prevailing consensus my guess
is that she will survive but not be seated upon the throne.
Some villains live forever.
Game of Thrones has far too much fun killing off villains. It's practically a sport of killing off bass turds (so I can re-watch it five times to make sure they're dead). The red headed wildling deserves some alone time with Brianne of Tarth for comedic impact. I see her throwing him across the room as he grins bloodied and haplessly amidst the broken furniture. The list of people that absolutely have to die has grown considerably shorter over the seasons. There's still some good riddance left to be savored.
Is it my imagination or does only the statue of Jon Snow look older than Sansa and Ayra?
That's the way I saw it...
I saw something on youtube saying that it will be 6 episodes but that they will be longer
Cool trailer, but I doubt that scene is actually part of the show.
It would be awesome if it was at Jaime's hands.
Well, Daenerys Targaryen and Sansa Stark are 'younger and more beautiful' than Cersei Lannister but it better be Dany or I will go full-blown White Walker on EVERYBODY!
I’m trying to remember if they’ve done that with previous seasons (run promos of scenes that weren’t in the show) and can’t remember.
Could also be a dream sequence, or Bran communicating with them as the 3 eyed raven - hence the feather.