Game of Thrones Season 7 concluded on Sunday as its seventh and final episode left the fans in shock. A lot was revealed in the finale, especially with regards to major characters including the Stark sisters, Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen. The season 7 finale also reportedly broke viewer records, The Daily Mail reports.

The same report suggests that while fans are still recovering from the shock the season finale left on them, stars Emilia Clarke and Maisie Willaims who play Daenerys Targaryen and Arya Stark respectively, have registered their reactions.

When asked by EW how she felt about the last episode, Emilia reacted by saying, “Ewwww!” Her character Daenerys Targaryen shares an intimate scene with Jon Snow, who is her nephew. Neither of the two is aware of their biological relationship, but are seen falling in love.

Everything regarding the final episode

This made Emilia feel disgusted. “I think that’s how it’s going to go. I get the toothbrush..,” she stated. The seventh episode of “Game of Thrones” revealed that Jon Snow’s actual name is Aegon Targaryen and he is the legitimate child of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. This makes Jon Snow the rightful heir to the Iron Throne. At the same time, Maisie Williams took to her Twitter account to retweet a message from August 2016.

The tweet asked fans to ready themselves for an emotional rollercoaster ride from season 7. She later replied to the same retweet with a “J Alexander” GIF where America’s Next Top Model judge’s eyes are wide open in shock. She captioned the GIF with, “U were so right.”

Littlefinger dies

The Daily Mail report suggests that she might be referring to the Jon/Aegon revelation.

Arya Stark was seen executing Littlefinger (Aidean Gillen) aka Peter Baelish, on Sansa’s commands towards the end of the episode. Baelish has been causing trouble among families of the show, since the first season. She has now one less member on her “kill” list. The episode concluded with the Night King using Dany’s fallen dragon to bring The Wall (which has existed since 8,000 years) down.

The dead army is seen walking past The Wall, promising trouble in the next season.

According to a report by The Hollywood Reporter, “Game of Thrones” season 7 finale ratings shot higher than ever before, with roughly 16.5 million viewers. The episode officially made the series, the “biggest show on TV,” stated the report. The eighth season of the action drama series is expected to premier in 2019.