In the early years of Game of Thrones the show made a point to bring things slowly in the journey and to make great distances between their big cities and towns create the reality of his fantasy world by drawing the characters over long stretches of episodes. But in Season 7, it was as if the show was climbing an ACME rocket, detonating the fuse, and sticking for a lifetime as it toppled forward at breakneck speed.
Now, some people involved in creating the show have addressed this increase in speed and defended their decision to increase the pace. Read her comments below and see if we can expect a similar speed in the coming season.
The Game of Thrones   was so big in Season 7 Move the / The Editor-in-Chief of the movie, Jacob Hall, and I had one at the beginning of the season Dedicated to all conversation, and perhaps it was in the episode "Beyond the Wall" (director Alan Taylor ) the most dangerous admitted that "the timing in this episode was a bit blurry" and that they "plausibility
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, showrunner Dan Weiss said that he does not do this I do not read any criticism of the show, but the writer / co-executive producer Bryan Cogman defended her decision:
"We have made the decision to just start in the last season. You can sit at home and figure out how long it took to get the boats from point A to point B, and whatever that was, yes, that's how it was. There is always something that everyone needs to tackle, and I think that outrage was better than others, so I suppose.
This goes back to the central question of this whole debate: Is it more important to be closer to the rules set out earlier or to deliver emotionally satisfying story beats?
But there is good news: The writer Dave Hill was annoyed that these issues will not be so prominent in the last six episodes of the upcoming eighth episode season.
"… with all the things we had done for Season 8, we sometimes had to speed things up a bit in the episodes. We had saved a lot of time not to catch the vast majority of viewers . We could have a [title card] there saying, "Three weeks later," but we did not do it. Sometimes, when you move parts, you will cheat a bit. [For season 8] we tried to maintain more time logic than jet packs.
The Game of Thrones returns to HBO on April 1
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