Game of Thrones cast remember their days on set and what stood out for them
Winter has come and gone.
The Iron Throne has been burnt to ashes.
Game of Thrones has ended.
The series has left some of its fans angry and others satisfied. The cast has released a video thanking their fans for their support throughout the eight years of drama, suspense and action.
Watch the video to find out what your favourite actors thought about the series.
Elsewhere on What's Gone viral with Khabazela,
Who should pay for the first date?
A BBC series 'First Date' sparked a debate when the lady insisted on paying the bill after the date.
After the semi-heated debate, the couple finally decided to split the bill.
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