With nearly 8 successful seasons and ratings that can be concluded that is appreciable from all the ends, Games of Thrones is the series that was initially released in the year 2011.
With a near average rating of 9.2 out of 10 on IMDb and 89% on rotten tomatoes, game of thrones falls in the Journal of dark intense thriller drama that goes on to showcase the story of nine noble families engaging in a war to ultimately establish rule over the mythical land of Westeros.
Subsequently there is also another force that is rising to take over and threaten the millenniums and take control over the whole scenario. The situation eventually becomes more intense as time passes by and the family is engaged in the war as it causes more and more destruction.
The story is a true thriller drama that portrays the European warlike situation and takes over the audience to the police engaging them in complete entertainment and keeping them glued to the screens. It is an American fantasy drama television series created by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss for HBO.
The show was started on 17 April 2011 and concluded with its last episode on May 19, 2019. This includes a total of 73 episodes that were broadcasted through a collection of eight individual different seasons.
With the reviews that support its highly realistic portrayal of European times and similar situations, Games of Thrones is appreciated for its enriching and flourishing making and presentation as a whole.
It is a must watch for all the dark fantasy drama lovers who wished to be engulfed by intense acting and storytelling.
The role of Daario Naharis.
Initially debuted in this season three episodes of ‘Second Sons’, of Games of Thrones, the character of Daario Naharis used to be played by the renowned actor Ed Skrein. The role of Daario is expected to grow into a much more substantial and large role in season four of Game of Thrones.
The role was later taken over by actor Michael Huisman from Ed Skrein later after the momentous and preposterous season finale of season three. It was from season four and beyond that the role of Daario Naharis was then handed over to Michael Huisman for the rest of the series.
Surprisingly, Daario Naharis wasn’t the only character Game of Thrones recast for season 4, as Tommen Baratheon and The Mountain also saw actor switches this time. Actor Ed Skrein reportedly suggested that he had left the series after the fourth season because of political reasons that had come up.
It can be also concluded that leaving the series was not his and his only independent decision. The terminology of ‘Parting ways’ is usually used in the industry when two parties cannot come down to a common solution that could actually resolve the situation.
More or less with several other internal reasons like this, Ed had finally left the series and the role was now re casted with Michael Huisman for playing Daario Naharis.