A new and the final epic of the legendary series Game of Thrones in its' final season, the eighth. The new season begins with everyone seeking for his own goals, Cersei Lannister still seeks for controlling the world and kill all other families who threats the throne. Daenerys helps Jon against the dead army in an attempt to get his loyalty and get the throne after that. Among all of that, Jon still doesn't know thing about his reality and his right in the Iron Throne, the thing that may crash his alliance with Daenerys. Sansa keeps Winterfell safe with the help of the hungry-for-revenge her sister Arya.
Not for the first time on Game of Thrones recently smart people were behaving stupidly for no other reason than that the story demanded it. We can only hope the series does better by those few characters left standing in next week's grand denouement.
If you think about most of what happened for more than a couple of seconds, it starts to implode. It's better in theory than it is in execution, and it's full of moments that are supposed to pay off years of the series, but fall extremely flat.
Sure, there was something wonderful and terrible to behold as she and her Drogon rained terror down on King's Landing, but all those pyrotechnics -- and the resulting ash -- couldn't obscure how mechanical this drama has become.
In general, this episode was beautifully executed and really well-acted, with a lot of clean action and intelligent cross-cutting between set pieces. But it felt so hollow to me, the narratives stakes entirely obliterated, once Daenerys made her move.