Typing 'Bad Writers' in Google Search Will Give You Game Of Thrones Makers D.B. Weiss and David Benioff in Results - Here's Why!
GOT makers David Benioff and D. B Weiss. (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Game Of Thrones Season 8 is inching closer to its finale now as the last episode of the series will be releasing next week. The fifth episode of Season 8 aired yesterday, May 13 and fans were highly disappointed with way events are unfolding in the finale. The episode saw some major character deaths but none of them had a shocking or satisfying response. Viewers took to social media to express their anger and have now used Reddit channel ‘r/Freefolk’ to ‘Google bomb’ the TV show’s creators David Benioff and DB Weiss so they now come up when you search ‘bad writers'. Game Of Thrones Season 8 Episode 5: Dragon Burns it All and Twitterati Thinks He Deserves the Iron Throne.

Google bombing is the process of influencing results on the search engine. If a Reddit post gets enough thumbs up from users, then it will show up near the top of a Google search. Furious with the plot of the final season, Reddit users created a thread, 'Bad Writers' and asked for Upvotes so that the search engine will push the names of the GOT makers for the results of 'Bad Writers'.

Check out the result of this search here:

Disappointed fans call GOT makers 'Bad Writers'

Disappointed fans call GOT makers 'Bad Writers' (Photo Credits: File Image)

The fifth episode of the series was particularly bashed by viewers. The ‘r/Freefolk’ channel is a popular community that discusses the show without spoilers. Although, this seems a bit harsh considering the makers have put in their heart and soul into this show and may have messed up towards the end but 'Bad Writers' seems a tad too much. . Game of Thrones 8 Episode 5 Recap: From the Rise of the Mad Queen to Major Deaths, Everything That Happened in ‘The Last War’ (SPOILER ALERT)

The final episode of the series is all set to release on May 20, next week. The episode will be airing on HotStar Premium 6.30 AM onwards. Do you agree with this 'Bad Writers' comment made by Reddit users?