How do you want "Game of Thrones" to end? From Arya to Cersei, find out how "Game of Thrones" want show to end.
Stars of the hit HBO show Lena Headey, Maisie Williams and Liam Cunningham, recently revealed how they would like the to end if they had the power.
They revealed this during their visit to Syrian refugees with the International Rescue Committee.
"I think she [Cersei] meets a huge, great death by Arya," said Headey.
"I'd love for her [Arya] to be a bit of a lone ranger, kind of like the Hound. I don't really want her to reunite with her family because I don't think that they're the same people anymore, or that she's the same person anymore. I think she's better off on her own," said Williams.
"I don't want a knife in the back, I don't want him [Ser Davos] blown up with wildfire, I don't want to be poisoned. I think perhaps he would open a little flower shop somewhere and settle down with a lot of attractive women from Dorne with lots of Dornish wine," said Cunningham.
HBO ended its sixth season on Sunday, June 26, 2016 with Daenerys finally coming back to Westeros; Jon Snow as king of the North and Cersei sitting on the Iron Throne.
Just when fans have accepted that you would have to wait a full year for a new episode and season of show, showrunners revealed that due to the long-awaited arrival of winter, season seven filming has been pushed back.
In a recent interview with EW, the showrunners confirmed that the seventh season is the penultimate season of show which is based on the popular book series “A Song of Ice and Fire,” by George R.R. Martin.
An official return date is yet to be announced for the show's seventh season which was originally scheduled to return in April 2017.