HBO boss: Game of Thrones ends in a "dramatically satisfying and emotionally satisfying way"
“I think any time you end a show this important and this big, a lot of people project onto a finale what they want it to be, what fans think it should be, hope it will be,” HBO programming president Casey Bloys said at the TV press tour Friday. “The only thing I will say as a fan of the show is that I think the guys have done a brilliant job of ending the show in a dramatically satisfying and emotionally satisfying way,” Bloys said of creators/showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. “I do believe that fans are going to be really really happy with how it all wraps up.” ALSO: Bloys says of Game of Thrones spinoffs: "We’re going to continue that franchise only if it’s good."
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