Dragon House He received criticism for not having a trigger warning before the first dramatic episode.
HBO’s Game of thrones An international audience watched the previous record-breaking prequel when it premiered earlier this week, but drew criticism on social media for including a killer birth scene without warning.
In the episode, King Viserys, played by Paddy Considine, orders a cesarean section of his wife Aemma Aryn – played by Sian Brooke – who is conscious, and kills the operation, she and her child.
While director Miguel Saposhnik told the press that he consulted several women before deciding to include the scene, some charities thought a warning should have been added before the episode.
Jane Coates, director of the Sands Bereavement Support Foundation, told the BBC about the importance of programs such as Dragon House To make people aware of what may be offered. She said:
“I think it’s pretty painful for anyone actually.
“With 13 children dying every day in the UK, the situation affects a massive community of people directly as well.
“This way, people can be better equipped with the knowledge and make an informed decision to watch or skip certain scenes or episodes.”
John Whipple, creator of the spoiler website Doesthedogdie.com, added that he believes streaming services should try to “customize warnings to each user, perhaps even recommending what to watch based on the user’s specific triggers.”
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