Please watch, and if you think it's merited it, report on it.
I made a big combination video condensing down "everything we ever knew about the Long Night prequel" into one video - combining my reports, LML's report, and Redanian Intelligence's report, among others. For the past 2 years, I've been closely following any info that came out on the Long Night prequel to Game of Thrones, which got suddenly canceled last October. This thing was a disaster from the start, cartoonishly racist, and the people responsible never faced consequences for it. This was like the Fyre Festival of TV projects. I made over 8 hours of report videos in a playlist across 2 years....then, some huge new leaks about it came out just this past July 2020. One wasn't even a "leak", but casting info revealed by trusted news site Redanian Intelligence (a Witcher fansite), confirming a lot of the racial casting we'd heard about. So what I've spent the past few weeks doing is taking my 8 hours of prior reports, plus all these new leaks from July...and condensing them down into a single video, a documentary you can watch in one sitting, at 2 and a half hours long. I've aptly titled it "Everything We Ever Knew About the Long Night Prequel Pilot, 'Bloodmoon': a Bialystok & Bloom Production" Please watch the whole thing and then decide on whether it's worth reporting on. This is meant to be the definitive, catch-all documentary, of everything fans know about this behind the scenes disaster they tried to hide from us: three different sources are now independently saying that their ham-fisted attempt to include racial diversity in prehistoric Westeros was to cast only Black people as Children of the Forest, and to retcon why they're green elf guys in Game of Thrones itself, say that a "magical curse" turned all these Black people into non-human creatures. I was the first to leak this back in October 2019 (day after it was canceled, I'd heard it a year before)....but now even casting news like from Redanian Intelligence is listing off that only Black actors were cast as Children of the Forest (even major fansites like WinterIsComing.net were appalled at this, without even knowing the leaks about the "magical curse"). And this is only the top of the iceberg! In many ways, and this is the theme of my report, the Long Night prequel was the embodiment of all the "empty hype" that the old HBO leadership built around the later seasons of Game of Thrones: they thought they could just pick a few recognizable brand names like "White Walkers!", "Stark!", and "Lannister!" and slap them all together in a crazy frankenstein hodge-podge of a prequel, which NO ONE asked for, and George R.R. Martin himself never wanted to make. And the people who picked this over the real prequels, screwing up all of their production base in Northern Ireland, faced no real consequences for it - just as the same people faced no real consequences for that "Confederate" debacle. Well, I urge you to give it a shot by watching the whole summary: 2 and a half hours may seem long, but it's a condensation of like NINE hours worth of content across two years! -- "The Dragon Demands"