I Can't Wait To Return To The Seven Kingdoms Of Westeros This April
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I Can't Wait To Return To The Seven Kingdoms Of Westeros This April

The hit show on HBO enters its final season with plenty of fans eager to watch.

I Can't Wait To Return To The Seven Kingdoms Of Westeros This April

Arguably the greatest show to ever hit television screens will be coming to a close in a few months. The hit series "Game of Thrones" based on the best-selling book series " A Song of Ice and Fire" by George R.R. Martin has attracted a fan base like no other around the world. Audiences have been blown away by what show creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss did to change the way people think about fantasy-dramas.

I personally did not watch "Game of Thrones" until this past summer. For a long time people talked about the show but I never quite understood what all the commotion was about. Now after binge-watching, the entire series, Game of Thrones is without question one of my favorite television shows of all-time. I think this show has twists and turns that set itself apart from any other show. Most of the characters are easy to become attached to while others bring out a burning passion of bitterness for. With season eight on the horizon, I'm sad to see the show ending.

However, I'm sure like most fans we are all excited to see what ends up happening in the final episodes. There are so many different storylines coming together all at once and I'm not sure what to expect. For a while fans of the series were able to foreshadow and predict what happens next since earlier seasons were based on the novels. Now that the show is past what has been created in books, the element of surprise is at play. Big changes are coming to the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros and I'm sure audiences will be blown away with the ending of the series.

"Game of Thrones" returns to HBO on Sunday, April 14th.

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