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Jason Momoa says Game Of Thrones' end will be "the greatest thing that ever aired on TV"

(Photo: Getty Images, Neilson Barnard)
(Photo: Getty Images, Neilson Barnard)

Game Of Thrones is famously careful about letting too many spoilers out, but apparently if you’re a former star of the show who has since gone on to play Aquaman like Jason Momoa, they’ll just tell you whatever you want to know. Momoa recently spoke with Entertainment Weekly, explaining that he had a chance to visit the Game Of Thrones set in Belfast, and he came away with some fairly hyperbolic thoughts on the upcoming final season.


“It’s going to be the greatest thing that’s ever aired on TV,” Momoa told EW. “It’s going to be unbelievable. It’s going to fuck up a lot of people.” As excited as he is, though, Momoa is also a little disappointed that he apparently now knows what’s going to happen now, telling EW that “it was a bummer” to get spoilers early. He didn’t divulge what any of the spoilers were, but it sounds like there was one thing in particular that he didn’t want to know, implying—unsurprisingly—that the final season will include at least one big reveal or twist.

Momoa’s visit to the set was noticed by the public, causing some people to theorize that he would somehow be returning to the show, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. He says he was just there to visit Kit Harington, Rory McCann, and Emilia Clarke, not to film any scenes, but it’s not like he’d admit that even if it were true.

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