Season 7 of “Game of Thrones was absent at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards held last night but the HBO hit show was certainly at the back of the minds of those who attended the ceremony, or was it?

Yahoo Entertainment interviewed several stars at the Emmy 2017 red carpet and asked them whether they watch the Emmy Award-winning drama series. Well, some of them said they do not, or do not have time, or have watched just a portion of the 67 episodes of “Game of Thrones” so far.

So, which of the stars watch or do not watch the fiery and cold world of Westeros?

Don’t tell anyone

Tessa Thompson, who plays executive Charlotte Hale in HBO’s best drama nominated show “Westworld,” in a lowered voice, cautiously said she does not watch the show. She also looked around and checked if anybody heard them.

Thompson who is also playing the role of Valkyrie in the upcoming “Thor: Ragnarok” movie, told the interviewer, “Don’t tell anyone.”

If required by law

Blindspot’s Jaime Alexander said that she is probably the only person in the world who haven’t seen GoT (no she isn’t). But she went on to explain that it was because she worked too much. The actress said that she would binge-watch the show in two days as soon as her work is completely done.

Jackie Hoffman, who was nominated for her supporting role as Mamacita in Ryan Murphy’s “Feud: Bette and Joan,” shook her head when asked.

Questioned if she is planning to watch GoT, the comedienne said, “If it’s required by law.” She explained that she is not a “wizard/fantasy person.”

Waiting for a snowstorm

Another star who does not watch the show is Top Chef’s, Padma Lakshmi. But she told Yahoo she actually wants to and just waiting for a “snow storm” so that she can binge watch “Game of Thrones.”

Deon Cole, from the outstanding comedy nominated show “Black-ish,” revealed that he only viewed the last episode of season 7, “The Dragon and the Wolf” and find it “kind of cool.”

“The Office” and “Ghosted” actor Craig Robinson said that he watches the show but he is still on the second season.

The comedian added that he just saw Ned Stark gets killed but that was “a year and a half ago."

Really great show

Lena Waithe, who made Emmy history last night as the first African-American woman to win (with Aziz Ansari) Outstanding Comedy Writing (“Master of None”) is a fan of “Game of Thrones.” Waithe praised the HBO show for its good and amazing scenes and called it “a really great show.”

Waithe also said that she doesn’t care about Jon and Daenerys relationship since they are like “third cousins once removed.”

Hot and spicy

“Better Call Saul’s” Michael Mando also watches GoT and he praised the show for doing a great job on its season 7 finale.

He described the intimate scene of Jon and Daenerys as “hot and spicy.”

“Game of Thrones,” which won Best Drama series last year is not eligible for consideration in this year’s Emmys because it premiered July 16, which is past the May 31 deadline set by the television award body.