'Game of Thrones' Finale Draws Divisive Response From Celebrity Fans

The unifying pop culture phenomenon of Game of Thrones has finally come to a close, and fans took to social media Sunday night to discuss the finale of the epic fantasy series. Some of the show's highest-profile fans, including former castmember Pedro Pascal, horror author extraordinaire Stephen King and The Masked Singer winner T-Pain, were among the vocal group.

Here are some of the best celebrity reactions:

King, who is no stranger to seeing his books adapted for the screen, wrote that he would be more interested in a series following Arya Stark on her post-finale journey to explore what's West of Westeros than a prequel about the kingdom itself.

Patton Oswalt praised the lead-up to naming Bran the Broken as the new king of the Six Kingdoms.

While TV personality Jemele Hill questioned that choice.

Desus Nice, host of Showtime's Desus & Mero talk show, seemed less than impressed with the ultimate outcome of the series.

Dane Cook seemed to second that opinion by sharing a Hodor-themed meme.

Pedro Pascal, meanwhile, defended the show that sent him off in one of the series' most memorable deaths.

Major Game of Thrones fan T-Pain, who live-tweeted each episode of season eight for a growing following online, was torn about the ultimate ending of the series.

Blink-182 member Mark Hoppus thought the ultimate outcome of the series seemed familiar.

Diplo was proud of a previous prediction, which, given some thought, did sort of come true.

Elizabeth Banks was moved the most by Ser Brienne of Tarth’s final tribute to Jaime Lannister.

Comedian Michelle Collins was happy that Jon Snow was finally able to follow through on the heroic promise he'd kept at bay for so many years.

Whitney Cummings called out the real-world parallels for viewers complaining about the person in power.

After calling out the series' woman problem with the Queen of Dragons twist, Annapurna founder Megan Ellison said she was disappointed by the ending but still credited the show for its overall impact.

And the Twitter account for a show that aired its final new episode in 2007, four years before Game of Thrones premiered, tweeted a very timely (though confounding) meme.

Other famous fans, meanwhile, were not in the right time zone to watch the action go down live.