[S1E7] Day Seven
"House of the Dragon" season one, episode seven, titled "Driftmark," saw the fractured Targaryen royal family come together at Driftmark to mourn the death of Laena Valyrian. A dragon was stolen, someone lost an eye, and a new marriage emerged. The episode was satisfying in almost every way, all the way down to its mind-blowing twist ending. There was just one thing that left a bad taste in fans' mouths: the terrible lighting.
[S1E7] Day Seven
The backlash was so loud and swift, HBO Max issued a response almost immediately. When user @Zephyr757 tweeted directly at HBO Max, writing, "I'm gonna need @hbomax to issue a written apology for literally a whole episode of black screen of #HouseOfTheDragon. This is ridiculous," they actually got the streamer's attention. Shortly after episode seven ended on Oct. 2, the HBO Max Help Twitter account responded, insisting the dark lighting was an artistic choice. "Hi Stephen! We appreciate you reaching out about a night scene in House of the Dragon: Episode 7 appearing dark on your screen. The dimmed lighting of this scene was an intentional creative decision. Thanks!"
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