I am now at the point where I am enjoying it for the spectacle as opposed to the "plot" and characters. It would be absolutely fitting if everyone died next week.
Even with virtually unlimited budgets, this is the best these people could come up with? Not only is TV writing lost, this abysmal series windup signals the death of the "shared" viewing experience. With Netflix, Amazon, Apple and others throwing billions annually at original content creation, no single platform or series can hope to attract the audience share - or the water cooler and social media chatter levels - like GoT did at its zenith. The OTT world (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Over-the-top_media_services) has exploded, and every new series is competing in a world awash with big-budget schlock.Disgraceful and pathetic ending. Worse than LOST, and I didn’t think that possible. TV writing is lost.