Dave Hill, one of the writers of “Game of Thrones”, has acknowledged that the travel snapshots through Westeros in the seventh season were inconsistent. HBO Although adored by the fans, the seventh season of Game of Thrones has not escaped criticism about its pace accelerated, or inconsistent. While in the past several days – maybe even weeks – were required to travel through the regions of Westeros, the movements of the characters seemed to be instantaneous in this season, especially when it comes to connect the island of Peyredragon where the seat of the khaleesi Daenerys to the lands of the North. Interviewed by the magazine Entertainment Weekly , Dave Hill returned to this inconsistency in the narrative : “With all that we have to manage in order to put in place the season 8, and sometimes we had to speed things up within the episodes. There were a lot of jumps in time that most viewers have not seen.” Not to worry, however, for the next – and final – season, since this problem has since been “corrected” according to Dave Hill, and it will therefore longer have to wait to see the characters across Westeros in a few minutes… unless of course that they do not travel on the back of a dragon ! The episodes of Game of Thrones season 8 will follow as soon as Monday, April 15 live from the US at 3 o’clock in the morning on OCS City, and then replay on the platform OCS Go. Check out the trailer of the ultimate season of Game of Thrones : Game of Thrones – season 8 trailer VO