'Game of Thrones' Showrunners Confirm Ser Pounce Is Dead

Joann Johnston
February 13, 2019

In a recent interview to the Entertainment Weekly, showrunners, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have recently confirmed that the most adored cat will not return this season as it has been killed by Cersei Lannister.

On Tuesday, Lena Headey, the British actress behind the diabolical queen of Westeros on Game of Thrones, put a troll on blast after they had the gall to suggest she no longer post videos of herself without makeup. And then Ser Pounce had to suffer an even bigger indignity: an off-screen death. "Ser Pounce's death was so disgusting we couldn't even put it on the air".

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"If you buy the super-extended, super-charged Game of Thrones box set that comes out, the death of Ser Pounce will be in there", he said. Ser Pounce never made another appearance on-screen because, according to the cast and crew, the cast who played him was a "bit of a diva" and a "nightmare" to film with. Weiss have revealed in a new interview that not only is Ser Pounce dead, but the poor cat's fate was "so awful we couldn't even put it on the air". "I like to think he'd also move on with his life and get a girlfriend maybe". Even so, showrunner David Benioff has just revealed an offscreen death that's truly shocking.

"That cat was really not fun to work with", Benioff says. "There's a reason the phrase "like herding cats" came into existence". "Cats have their own agenda". Who knows? All we can do is wait for April 24.

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