According to the latest tweet by Game of Thrones, winter is coming again. 

The official Twitter page for Game of Thrones posted on Thursday a cryptic tweet containing the once-sacred three-word line: “Winter is coming.” Whatever this post means, it got fans (and ex-fans) talking about the mega-hit HBO series once again.

Over the last few weeks, HBO has been actively posting Game of Thrones content in commemoration of the show’s 10th anniversary on April 17. The premium TV network has rolled out clips highlighting the show’s most epic moments as well as behind-the-scenes footage, and raised awareness on various noble causes via its #MaraThrone event. A new trailer for the show’s eighth and final season was also released.


While some fans are just happy to hear from Game Of Thrones once again, most of the responses came from those who still could not get over the disaster that was its last season. To give you an idea of how badly received season 8 was, the new trailer has garnered more than double the number of dislikes than likes, and an air of disappointment was dominating the comment section. People are still bitter over that finale, two years later.

One fan said, “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.

Another Twitter user quipped, “They gave Zack Snyder 70 something million bucks to “fix” Justice League. Fix season 8. You could probably do it in three episodes.”

Another Game of Thrones fan chimed in with words that perfectly encapsulated what we’re feeling right now. He said, “All of this game of thrones talk lately makes me want to rewatch but I genuinely don’t know if my heart can take it.” True enough, we’d love to join the celebration of its 10th anniversary by revisiting the Westeros but it just might not end well, like Game of Thrones.

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