Speculations of the "Game Of Thrones" nearing its end arise. Also, it has been noted that the series will finally close its doors on the world of business and trade and bid profits and revenues farewell.
Given the reality that other shows end while new ones are created to ensure the flow of profits, "Game of Thrones" is also experiencing the same thing. In a post from Tribune, "The executive producers of Game Of Thrones are considering an abbreviated ending for HBO's hit fantasy drama series and showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss have revealed that they are contemplating wrapping up the Emmy-winning television series with just 13 more episodes once the upcoming sixth season is over."
Before the "Game of Thrones" would end, there would be seven episodes for season seven and six for the eighth which is forecast to be its last season to end the epic series. indeed, the world of business and trade is unpredictable, and even the creators are sensing the need for a fresher and more captivating business strategies to keep the momentum high.
Meanwhile, showrunner Benioff said, "I think we're down to our final 13 episodes after this season. We're heading into the final lap. That's the guess though, nothing is yet set in stone. But that's what we're looking at."
Even HBO's programming president Michael Lombardo said, "That's my understanding from them right now. Such have been the conversations we've had because where these narratives go, it feels like another two years to them. As a television executive and a fan, do I wish they said another six years? I do. But I'm always an optimist and I do believe we will figure this out."
It is undeniable that the "Game of Thrones" has brought forth much fame for HBO since even the White House and president Obama has been speculated to be a great fan of the epic series, reports Jobs & Hire.
However, with the notion of the "Game of Thrones" nearing its end might cause dismay for the followers of the series and although the showrunners have hinted of its possible ending, it remains uncertain as to when or how the "Game of Thrones" would bid the world of profits and revenues goodbye.