1 Gunpowder is a bloody three-part BBC drama starring Kit Harington (right) - aka Game Of Thrones' Jon Snow - as the real ringleader of the Gunpowder Plot, Robert Catesby.
The hit fantasy series, which also stars Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, and Emilia Clarke, will conclude at the end of season eight, which is due to premiere in either 2018 or 2019.
"I cried at the end", he said Friday on BBC's The One Show. "You have to remember that for eight years no one really cared about it more than us". Like other long-running series, "Game of Thrones" will shoot several versions of the same scenes so that no one from crew members or onlookers can say what happens until the finale.
"I wanted to get that line in but it never made it". "It's gonna be a unusual sort of year saying goodbye to everyone". "Not only are you attached to it, loads of people around the world are attached to it".
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She had filed an application with the Supreme Court's Human Rights Cell on behalf of Fauzia Ansari, Hamid Ansari's mother. Hamid Ansari, the Indian citizen was arrested in Pakistan in 2012 for illegally entering the country.
Despite being in the know of his famous character's fate, Harington said he's been sworn to secrecy.
In fact, some viewers even found the violence so disgusting they suggested they might switch over to something a LITTLE more palatable instead, accusing the drama of gratuitously staging scenes too gory for TV whatever time of day you're watching it. "Don't do all of that, '" he said. Don't take pictures in Belfast.
But fans may not be shedding tears when things come to an end, as the actor confessed it wasn't quite the plot that was tear-inducing. The lovebirds announced their engagement in newspaper The Times last month.
8 Not everyone in the Gunpowder cast was as familiar with Game Of Thrones as you might think...