Peter Dinklage clearly tried to warn 'Game of Thrones' about the final season in 2018 interview

Peter Dinklage clearly tried to warn 'Game of Thrones' about the final season in 2018 interview

By now, you've probably heard the verdict about this season of Game of Thrones: it sucks. While the cinematography and the acting prevent this from being an absolute dumpster fire on the level of Dexter, we've seen enough of unsatisfying deaths, character about-turns and lacklustre character moments that we're just kind of sick of it all by now.

And although it's easy in hindsight now that we know everything sucks, the cast of Game of Thrones might have been giving us a couple of clues. Such as Tyrion Lannister himself.

In an interview back in October of last year, Dinklage was talking to Entertainment Weekly about showrunners DB Weiss and David Benioff (not the most popular people involved with Game of Thrones right now).

"There are no better writers in television than Dan Weiss and David Benioff. They ended it brilliantly. Better than I could have imagined and you people are in for it," Dinklage said, which sounds nice and complimentary enough, but wait till you hear how he says it.

Watch Dinklage's bizarre interview here:

It's like he's got a gun to his head off-screen, to be honest.

When you consider the fact that Dinklage has literally won three Emmys for his acting on the show, you have to wonder: is his disdain for Benioff and Weiss that strong that he can't even be bothered to act like he wasn't hating the season? Fans on Twitter seem to think so, describing the awkward interview as a "hostage situation":

Now let's not jump to conclusions with Dinklage, here; maybe he just heard some bad news or something, and his lack of enthusiasm has nothing to do with how Game of Thrones went this season. But then again, we've seen this season of Game of Thrones and we'd be bummed out if we were him.

It'll be interesting to see how things go for his character Tyrion in the last episode of Game of Thrones:

Ah, well. Let's see how the end of Game of Thrones plays out, and