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    Seasons ranking:
    1. Season 6
    2. Season 3
    3. Season 4
    4. Season 1
    5. Season 7
    6. Season 2
    7. Season 5

    Okay, I actually enjoyed season 7 a lot more than I said previously. For me, the four first episodes is the best beggining that any season of GOT had and the finale is great. Even episode 5 and 6 have powerful moments. The problem is that this season have all the material that could make it the best season of all the series, but had so many flaws that make difficult don’t have a bitter taste in mouth when talking about it. It coulded have be so much better! But I am trully confident that season 8 will gonna be a epic and outstanding ending.

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    “Multiple” endings for the series finale will be filmed to avoid future leaks from spoiling the show.

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    i think thats a great idea and it will piss sooo many people off

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    A fifht prequel is being development by Bryan Crogman and George R.R. Martin.

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    NEW details: As for the Cogman news, Martin weighed in on his blog, praising the addition of Cogman to the team: “‘If [Dan and David] have been the kings of Westeros for these past seven seasons, Bryan Cogman has surely been the Prince of Dragonstone … Bryan’s series will be an adaptation, and one that will thrill most fans of the books, I think, set during a very exciting period of Westerosi history. And I’ll be working with him every step of the way … we could possibly see two or even three make it to the pilot stage, with one series emerging on air in 2019 or 2020.”

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    Apparently, they’ll be filming the final season until summer 2018.

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    OK so I compiled all the submissions HBO have decided for this season and all the relevant information:

    Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Period Or Fantasy Program
    (One Hour Or More): Dragonstone

    Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series

    Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour): Beyond the Wall (Jonathan Freeman, ASC)
    Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour): Dragonstone (Gregory Middleton, ASC, CSC)
    Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour): The Queen’s Justice (PJ Dillon, ISC)
    Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour): The Spoils of War (Robert MacLachlan, ASC)

    Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes: Beyond the Wall

    Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series: Beyond the Wall (Alan Taylor)
    Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series: The Queen’s Justice (Mark Mylod)
    Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series: The Dragon and the Wolf (Jeremy Podeswa)
    Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series: The Spoils of War (Matt Shakman)

    Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic): The Dragon and the Wolf (Sculpting materials used freehand with art work and blood products to create open wounds and bruises.
    Contact lenses, old age stipple, tooth decay, broken veins and dirty down techniques used to create dead, decayed weathered and wounded effects. Collodion and scar making material for aged scars. Laidon hair, partial and full hair-lace beards and moustaches. Petroleum wax and snow effects used to recreate freezing conditions.)
    Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Limited Series, Movie Or Special: The Dragon and the Wolf (Hero Wight: Full head and hands silicone appliances. Dentures, contact lenses, lace hair pieces, facial hair punching. Body pieces glued to leotard with green negative space for VFX removal. Night King and 5 White Walkers: Each consisting of 9 silicone appliances, dentures, contact lenses, lace hair pieces. Approx 35 Wights: Silicone facial appliances. The Hound: Silicone burn makeup. LittleFinger: Silicone throat slash appliance with blood tubing. 2 Giant Wights: Silicone head and hands makeup)
    Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-Camera Series: The Dragon and the Wolf (Took care of 55 wigs plus 10 back pieces used on main cast in addition to cuts and colours on cast’s own hair. Also produce stunt and picture doubles for most cast as well as keeping continuity over 6 months, working between 3 countries: Northern Ireland, Spain and Iceland. The crowd team works on over 7,000 background artists, all with very distinctive looks; styles requiring wigs and hair pieces.)

    Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series: Kit Harington (as Jon Snow)
    Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series: Emilia Clarke (as Daenerys Targaryen)
    Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (as Jaime Lannister)
    Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series: Peter Dinklage (as Tyrion Lannister)
    Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series: Lena Headey (as Cersei Lannister)
    Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series: Sophie Turner (as Sansa Stark)
    Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series: Maisie Williams (as Arya Stark)
    Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series: Diana Rigg (as Olenna Tyrell in The Queen’s Justice)

    Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series: Beyond the Wall (Tim Porter, ACE)
    Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series: The Dragon and the Wolf (Crispin Green)
    Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series: The Queen’s Justice (Jesse Parker)
    Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series: The Spoils of War (Katie Weiland, ACE)

    Outstanding Drama Series

    Outstanding Sound Editing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour): The Spoils of War

    Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour): Beyond the Wall

    Outstanding Special Visual Effects: Beyond the Wall

    Outstanding Stunt Coordination For A Drama Series, Limited Series Or Movie

    Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series: The Dragon and the Wolf

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    Ok so I’ve been wondering about that for years,

    but does anyone know why HBO never submit Ramin Djawadi for the original score of the show?

    i heard he is ineligible for some reason, but then I saw he was nominated once for season 4, and then I remember in seasons 6 and 7 seeing HBO doesn’t even send his name in the ballots (also not for Westworld). What’s up with that? I think he had a pretty good chance in 2016 with the last episode (with Light of the Seven) and maybe even this year with “Truth”.

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    SpoilerTV says that they are wrapped and Variety says that the per-episode budget is $15 million.

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