Game of Thrones season 7: Longer episodes, good or bad idea?

Cinema 20 January, 2017

While the Season 7 episodes of Game of Thrones should be longer, is it a good or a bad idea!
Double-edged ! Lately, we revealed that the episodes of Game of Thrones’ season 7 should be longer , so we are now wondering whether this is a good idea or not. A priori, there is no reason to think that this would not be the case. Who would not like to see each episode a little more Daenerys, Cersei, Arya or Jon Snow? Moreover, this new opens beautiful prospects to each episode : we could see the characters being explored more and see a greater dose of suspense, see we ecstasy before scenes of fighting always longer and more impressive. The Walking Dead has repeatedly offered us episodes longer than usual, which has always allowed us to offer more introspection of the characters or to increase the tension in particularly trying scenes. There is no reason to think it will not be the same for the series of HBO .
Where we can think it’s a bad idea, it’s based on the numbers. An episode of Game of Thrones traditionally lasts 50 minutes and Ian Glen, who plays Jorah Mormont, said we still had at least 15 hours of the series to discover. With a fairly simple calculation, we understand that it is the equivalent of 18 episodes that we could be offered to see , instead of the 13 advertised (composing Seasons 7 and 8). Thus, we may wonder why – if not for scenario reasons – not to have proposed two seasons of 9 episodes. HBO would have offered fans more programming weeks (which would also have had an impact on the advertising revenues of chain). Anyway, we will not fail to delight in seeing the remaining episodes! In addition, we recently announced that a spin-off of Game of Thrones was officially in development! Westeros has not finished making us dream. In your opinion, is this a good or a bad idea?
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