For the millions of viewers around the world who rely on HBO's "Game of Thrones", winter comes this weekend. The TV phenomenon, which up to 17 million people sees per episode, ends its eighth and last season with no lack of attention or criticism. Jeffrey Brown reports on how the series became a sensation where it became short and what it means for the fantasy genre.
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