It's the companions he misses
In another interview with The Kelly Clarkson Show, Coster-Waldau said that what he misses most about the show is the companions he made while recording it.
"I think we’ve told the story," he stated, including: "I miss my friends, right? So you spend eight, nine years, almost 10 years together… you make friendships. So I miss them"
"It's a fantastic, exceptional experience. Additionally, when the show gets as fruitful as it did, that is an entire diverse test, maybe. Be that as it may, inside the air pocket, it was consistently a touch of fun."
Some more points he addressed
Coster-Waldau addressed some different points. Remembering his job for the new movie The Silencing, which sees him play a tracker hoping to get equity for his killed little girl. He additionally talked about his work as a UN Goodwill Ambassador concentrating on forestalling environmental change.
"At the point when these debacles strike, they strike all of us," Coster-Waldau stated, comparing the current pandemic to the ecological emergency. "We've thought about this for quite a while. Despite everything that has time, yet we're coming up short on it, to take care of business, to alter our way of living.
"Furthermore, I have this expectation. That our pioneers additionally have taken in something from this, that when they converse with us as adults, when they take the science, the realities, and give that data to us, at that point we will respond in like manner and we can really accomplish something and we can make a change for a huge scope."
The entertainer joined the cast in season three and turned out to be old buddies with Clarke. All things considered, as they shared scenes frequently. Be that as it may, Clarke had to comfort Emmanuel, who played Missandei, after the "episode" with an extra.