It could potentially go down in history as one of the most disappointing finales to a beloved TV show ever, which is hardly the first time that something like this has happened.
The likes of Lost, The Sopranos, How I Met Your Mother and Dexter all divided audiences on how they decided to bring their stories to a conclusion but Seinfeld's final episode is still one of great debate.
The acclaimed 90s New York sitcom ran for nine seasons and came to an end in 1998 with an episode which saw the four main characters thrown in jail for breaking the 'Good Samaritan law' and saw them face the consequences for their previous misdemeanours and wrongdoings against other characters throughout the course of the show.
Whilst Seinfeld never shied away from presenting its characters as flawed and selfish people, fans weren't ready to see the characters that they had grown to love face time in prison, especially when the comedy show ended on such a sombre note.
Game of Thrones finale probably wasn't quite as bad as that and one person who would agree with that sentiment is Jason Alexander, who played the neurotic George Costanza on Seinfeld.
In a Twitter post, Alexander thanked the Game of Thrones cast and crew for providing so many hours of love and joy to him and his family and also had a subtle dig at the Seinfeld finale.
Dear #GOT company, I know a little something about finales and disappointed fans. My advice: live in joy that you a… https://t.co/OfbHEwRgGw