Spoiler outrage and paranoia is self-inflicted.
Spoiler-free hacks do not work.
The inability to log off social media is what drives spoilers.
Spoilers are a game of self-restraint and tolerance.
Epic battles and tragic deaths lit the internet on fire with the releases of Avengers: Endgame and the third episode of Game of Thrones final season, “The Long Night.” These two pop-culture juggernauts not only concluded major conflicts in their story arcs, both turned millions of heads upside down.
As a fan of both franchises, I am still processing the fallout from Game of Thrones more so than Endgame. For two consecutive weeks now, Game of Thrones has toyed with my emotions. Last Sunday’s “The Long Night” episode featured 82 minutes of the most intense scenes I had ever watched on TV.Read More