Game of Thrones may have won the 2019 Emmy for Best Drama Series, but the internet hasn\u2019t forgotten how much backlash there was over the final season of the show. A lot of actors involved with the series have been firing back at the fans for supposedly shitting on their hard work, but star Emilia Clarke has actually come to appreciate the outcome.\r\n\r\nTalking to Variety, Clarke was asked about the backlash on Game of Thrones, and she replied:\r\n\r\n\u201cYou know what? It was profoundly flattering is what it was because when someone cares that much that they\u2019re ready to make such a noise about how they believe the characters should\u2019ve been finished and how the story should\u2019ve gone. That\u2019s just enormously flattering. That just shows how much everybody loved it.\u201d\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/arrivaIgirl\/status\/1175945561117253637\r\n\r\nSeeing that Daenerys\u2019 turn was one of the most hated things about the finale, I can understand why Clarke would love the support. After all, she had played Daenerys to be some kind of savior, and the final season just made her out to be the ultimate villain after all of this. If it's any consolation, Clarke did get an Emmy nomination for Best Actress in a Drama.\r\n\r\nGoing back to the fans though, they have also made it clear that they very well appreciate the efforts of the cast and crew. It was the writing of the show that they ultimately didn\u2019t agree with, and the bulk of the blame has been going toward showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s not likely we\u2019ll ever get a remedy for Game of Thrones, but HBO is planning multiple spinoffs right now, the first of which will likely come out in 2021.