Doubts about the end of "The War of the Thrones" are still many: who will occupy the Iron Throne? What will happen to Jon Snow? What is Bran's future? Are there any more dragons? Is Tyrion Lannister a Targaryen? Who's going to die? What will Arya Stark do? These are just some of the questions that these days echo in the heads of fans.
In recent days, SAPO Mag has launched a poll to find out who the readers think will win the Iron Throne. In two days, and until early Sunday morning, 5487 people placed their bets on who will take over.
With 25% of the votes (1379 votes), Jon Snow was the most voted character by the readers of SAPO Mag, being far from achieving the absolute majority and being consensual. For 24% of the participants (1288 votes), the Iron Throne will not be occupied by anyone.
Already 908 'voters' (17%) believe that it will be Sansa Stark to be crowned in the last episode of the eighth season of "War of Thrones." In the voting of SAPO Mag, Tyrion Lannister was in fourth place, with 557 votes (10%), followed by Arya Stark, with 461 votes (8%) and Bran Stark, with 342 votes (6%).
Daenerys Targaryen won only 250 votes, ranking eighth and last in the vote. In front of him was Gendry Baratheon, with 274 votes (5%).
The answers to theories and bets arrive in the early hours of Sunday to Monday, from 19 to 20 May. In Portugal, the episode can be seen on HBO and SyFy.
On Monday, May 20, from 16:00, SAPO Mag will also do the hot and live swing of the last season and more particularly the last episode. It will be, of course, a talk with spoilers, not advised to who for that hour has not yet watched the last episode.
On the sofa in the living room of SAPO Mag will be João Montez, presenter of TVI that is part of the teams of the programs "Você na TV", "A Tarde É Sua" and "Somos Portugal" and is a fan of the series, the actor Portuguese Vasco Temudo, who participated as an extra in the last season of the HBO series, and Manuel Reis, creator of the podcast "The Head of Ned", dedicated to "The War of Thrones."
The conversation can be followed in the SAPO Facebook, the SAPO Homepage and here, in the SAPO Mag.