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Game of Thrones Season 8 Remake Petition by Fans After HBO Tease

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Game of Thrones GOT Season 8 Remake Petition 2021: Game of Thrones dominated pop culture for a decade but now is little more than a bad memory to legions of fans around the world who reject the show’s terrible ending.

Twitter was thrown into disarray on Thursday after the official Game of Thrones account tweeted the HBO drama’s most famous slogan: “Winter is Coming.”

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What is this? A clue, a hint? Is HBO trying to tell us that the show is returning or one of the spin-offs is imminent?

Whatever the intention, the cryptic tweet has seen fans demand season eight be remade with the show trending on social media for the first time in a long time.

Many referred to the recently released Zack Snyder’s Justice League which was released after a long-running fan campaign.

Remake Petition 2021 for Game of Thrones GOT Season 8

Game of Thrones Season 8 Remake Petition 2021
Game of Thrones Season 8 Remake Petition 2021:

In just two days’ time, the show will celebrate its 10th anniversary, and fans are hopeful the recent post signals a remake of the controversial ending could be on the cards.

“They gave Zack Snyder 70 something million bucks to ‘fix’ Justice League,” tweeted author John Horner. “Fix season 8. You could probably do it in three episodes.”

Meanwhile, Astead Weasley from The New York Times wrote in a viral tweet: “if HBO wants me to watch a Game Of Thrones spin-off I want a personal apology for season 8. 12 pt font, double spaced, no funny business on the margins.”

Responding to the tweet, Aaron West from CBSSports said: “You got some gottdamn nerve. It’s finally getting warm and you wanna poke ya lil nose out like we forgot season 8 already. GET A JOB. LEAVE US ALONE.”

Game of Thrones GOT ended in May 2019 with what is widely considered to be a terrible ending that was unbecoming of the series and the characters.

Source newsweek.com

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