Peter discussed the negative reaction to the final season and finale with the Newyorker.: "Well, everybody’s always going to have an opinion, and that means an ownership. It’s like breaking up with somebody. They get upset. I can’t speak for everybody, but my feeling is they didn’t want it to end, so a lot of people got angry. I feel like what [the showrunners] Dumb and Dumber did was extraordinary. This happens. Monsters are created. And you don’t see it coming. We vote them into office. You look the other way. So for everybody to get upset because they loved a character so much and they had so much faith in that person—there were signposts all along the way for that character."
Sorry Peter, I do not agree with the signposts being there for Daenerys when your character once threatened to massacre the entire city because your father was a c.nt. Nor do I agree with the signposts of you moaning at Lannister deaths in field of fire when you did the same in Blackwater battle. Yes, she was a victim and yes it was possible that she become a monster, but she has always taken out revenge on those who have hurt her or the weak. Not random women and children. That was making her a monster just for the sake of making her a monster so she can be killed with a "oh so bad" in the next episode.source : https://www.newyorker.com/culture/the-new-yorker-interview/peter-dinklage-is-still-punk-rock