The "Game of Thrones" season 7 finale was also made to leave a few impressions, according to Podeswa.
"I think it's an inevitability from about halfway the season that Jon Snow and Daenerys are going to fall into bed together". It's always believed that the Queen of Dragons couldn't have children, though new doubt was cast over that when the King in the North questioned the source who told Daenerys about her fertility.
"Now Jon will more than likely have a larger role to play, and what kind of choices is Daenerys going to make now that she has changed the dynamic between her and Jon?" the director said, offering insight into Tyrion's concerns. That episode just narrowly beat the season 7 premiere, which pulled in 10.1 million people. Is that a clue about how Jon and Dany may react when they discover the truth?
Podeswa, who has been a staple of the Game of Thrones crew since Season Five, also admitted Tyrion's troubled look may have been complicated by jealousy. With only six episodes left to go too, that should give the show's creative team more than enough conflict and plot hurdles to tackle before Game of Thrones reaches its inevitable conclusion.
But fear not, the producers launched a "Thrones" spin-off to milk every ounce of frenzied finale fervor out of its best show. Here, allow stars Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke to re-enact your Sunday night feelings in this behind-the-scenes featurette. "Everyone seems to be in love with Dany, in a way, and I think Tyrion's a little bit in love with her".
Now that the Game of Thrones season 7 finale has finally aired and given fans some bittersweet moments, all we can do is wait for Game of Thrones Season 8 to air soon. "I just assume that we'd all get killed at the end".
"We write "and then the wall comes tumbling down" and that's really easy to type those words and it's really hard for them to make it look good". It's Game of Thrones. I think what's really going on here for me is that Tyrion is a strategist. "I think they both know it's going to cause problems", the British actor began. "It's like a runaway train, you can't stop it from happening".