Following a cryptic tweet from the show's official account, Game of Thrones fans are hoping for a reboot of the final season.
With the epic drama approaching its tenth anniversary, a mysterious message titled "Winter is Coming" was posted on Twitter yesterday, leaving thousands of viewers guessing.
Many viewers were disappointed by the eighth season of the multi-award-winning HBO show, which was filmed in Northern Ireland. One Twitter user replied to the 'Winter is Coming' tweet, which is the show's popular tagline: "Between us, I'm ALL IN on us pretending it's early 2019, season 8 hasn't happened yet, and doing the damn thing fresh. Our secret!"
Another person wrote: "Never before have I seen a series nose dive so hard and be abandoned by its fans and viewers. I'm currently re-watching the show and it physically hurts to know how unrewarding the finale is. If y'all can revive this franchise, it would be a miracle."
A third fan demanded that the previous season be remade as well.
Game of Thrones was voted the second most disappointing television finale ever in a recent poll of 1,500 fans.
According to the poll, 27.3 percent of viewers thought Lost had the worst finale, with Game of Thrones coming in second with 25% of the vote.
Despite the disappointment of the final season, it appears that the tweet is referring to the forthcoming Targaryen dynasty prequel, House of the Dragon. The 10-episode series will be shot at Leavesden Studios in Watford and stars Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke, Emma D'Arcy, and Matt Smith.
Game of Thrones was based at Titanic Studios in Belfast for ten years, but the show left in the early stages of pre-production for House of the Dragon, informing Northern Ireland Screen of its decision.
The School for Good and Evil, a Netflix production, is currently filming at Belfast Harbour Studios, while Dungeons and Dragons is currently filming at Titanic Studios.