David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the directors of the famous HBO series "Game of Thrones" broke their silence and spoke about what is going to happen in the next seasons of the famous show inspired by George RR Martin's novels, according to Unilad. The last episode of the sixth season of "Game of Thrones" was broadcast on Sunday night and the fans of the ultra-popular series are already speculating about the fate of the characters of their favorite show.

Rainy day in Westeros.

David Benioff and D.

B. Weiss, the directors of the TV series, offered few details publicly, saying that there will be rainy days in Westeros. In an interview with Deadline, the two directors have confirmed what we already know: despite the fact that Ramsay and Walder are dead, the real fight is starting just now, with the arrival of the sinister King of the Night, leader of the White Walkers.


However, the two explained that he will not be as cruel as Joffrey or as sadistic as Ramsay, but that he is more of a negative force of nature than human in any way.

Directors teasing fans.

The two directors have teased their fans: Despite the fact that the wall does not allow the dead and the White Walkers to go beyond, the King of the Night has incredible resources and he warns that if the savages were able to cross the wall, then the Lord of the Night with his army of White Walkers will also be able to do this. About the living; Beinoff states that Tommen's suicide broke the last remnant of humanity in Cersei's heart, and now, the new Queen of Westeros will be completely changed. Although they do not mention exactly what will happen to Mother of Dragons, they have hinted at Lady Olenna who is now lamenting over her family - especially her grandchildren - will seek revenge on Cersei.

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David Benioff and D. B. Weiss concluded the round of  details saying that they are thinking about the end of the show and they have been focused more on scenes that lead to that end, even though the series has exceeded RR Martin's books.

Most pirated show.

The TV series "Game of Thrones"  based on the novels by George R. R. Martin, was the most pirated TV series in 2015, with about 14.4 million illegal digital downloads, according to