Emilia Clarke deemed ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 2 as her ‘worst’

Emilia Clarke deemed 'Game of Thrones' Season 2 as her 'worst'

Why Emilia Clarke described “Game of Thrones” Season 2 as her “worst”

Emilia Clarke has become one of the most popular actresses today. Thanks to her role as the “Mother of Dragons,” Daenerys, from Game of Thrones, she immediately rose to fame upon the show’s emergence on small screens.

Her apparent fame is not surprising. As it happens, the HBO series is one of today’s best television series materials of all time. Not to mention, the main cast members of the show have reportedly become today’s highest-paid actors on television.

The success of Game of Thrones

HBO ordered Game of Thrones 2010. Upon its premiere in 2011, the show immediately became a hit among fans and supporters across the globe.

Reports noted that the series is one of the only few television materials that obtained an increasing trend in its viewership numbers up to the very end. From Season 1’s over 2 million viewers, the final season garnered about 12 million viewers.

The reviews were consistent from the pilot season up to the seventh. For the eighth season, however, many individuals, including avid fans, agree that the show “degraded.” Collider, along with other publications, ranked Season 8 as the “worst.”

The success of Game of Thrones

But, the case is different for Emilia Clarke. As reported, she deemed the show’s Season 2 as her “worst,” according to Cheat Sheet.

Emilia Clarke on Game of Thrones Season 2

After reportedly wrapping up the pilot season in 2011, Emilia Clarke experienced a “medical emergency.” As reported, she “suffered” brain aneurysms.

Her initial diagnosis was reportedly a “subarachnoid hemorrhage.” As explained, it is a life-threatening type of stroke due to bleeding.

The actress then underwent a three-hour surgery. However, she reportedly suffered a “smaller aneurysm” on another part of her brain. Reports said that the doctors “warned” her that she needed to pay attention to it.

Despite the surgery and aphasia, she went back to work to film Game of Thrones Season 2. “On the set, I didn’t miss a beat, but I struggled. Season 2 would be my worst,” Emilia Clarke wrote for The New Yorker.

Her health today

Two years after her first surgery, the Me Before You actress reportedly underwent another two surgeries due to the same concern. The last surgery was successful. However, the recovery was much more “painful,” she continued.

Emilia Clarke has since recovered. She has reportedly “healed” beyond unreasonable hopes. Writing for the publication, she revealed that she is “beyond lucky” and “now at a hundred percent.”


Images courtesy of (1)The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon/YouTube & (2)GameofThrones/YouTube

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