Game Of Thrones ending: “not everyone’s gonna be happy”

Kit Harington, who plays Jon Snow in Game Of Thrones, has warned that “not everyone’s gonna be happy” with the way that HBO’s fantasy mega-hit comes to a close. But what does that mean?!

Jon is one of a select few characters in Game Of Thrones that debuted in the very first episode and has survived all the way to season 8, which will wrap up the series for good across six episodes that’ll air next year. Even when he was stabbed to death by his Night’s Watch brothers, Jon eventually got back up and battled another day.

“I think a TV series that spanned eight, nine years is an incredibly difficult thing to end,” he’s now said in an interview with MTV News. “I know not everyone’s gonna be happy.

“You can’t please everyone. My favourite TV shows are Sopranos and Breaking Bad and The Wire, and they all ended in a way that… I… you can’t… it’s never going to satisfy you.”

Of course, with so many fan favourite characters in the show and so many different warring factions, it’s impossible to imagine an ending where all of the best people in Game Of Thrones get to live another day and wrap up their storylines neatly. There will, undoubtedly, be bloodshed, loss and some huge talking points to discuss.

Whatever happens, we’ll bring you more Game Of Thrones news as we hear it.