Game of ThronesThe ending has sparked a conversation about many potential spin-offs, but do not count on the Queen of the North getting one.
A spin-off talk about Aria Stark has already been closed, and it sounds like another Stark's sister will not even get their adventure.
"I think it's time to say goodbye to Chance," said Sophie Turner Ski Nevs. "I'm ready … I'm sorry to say good-bye, I think my watch is over. It's been 10 years of my life and the best 10 years of my life.
"I ended up in a very happy place with the Chance and it's time to let it go. I feel like I would play it again, it would only be more traumatic."
Turner recently opened Digital Spi about Shannin's fate at the end of the show, on which she ended up as a ruling independent north.
Speaking of any other potential outcome, she said: "I would not be upset, but maybe I was a little disappointed. Game of Thrones that each character does not get what he wants. "
Turner added: "I would not be shocked that Chance did not end up where she wanted with the people she wanted to rule and all that.
"But I'm very happy that it ended in this way, it's like the perfect end for my character. I was so happy."
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Although Aria and Sansa may not receive their own shows, HBO continues with a series of previous series featuring Naomi Watts, who is supposed to make a pilot episode next month.
In addition, we have speculated that one of the main characters from the main show could appear in the new series.
Game of Thrones broadcast on HBO in the United States, and you can also watch the show through Hulu. Spectators in the UK can make up for Ski Atlantik and NOV TV.
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