WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Game of Thrones season 7 and could contain potential spoilers for season 8
Have Game of Thrones scripts from previous seasons leaked before?
Yes – and accurate ones too.
Major spoilers and script details were leaked for Game of Thrones season seven that proved to be true.
Details around Jon Snow (played by Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) meeting for the first time were accurate.
As was the plot line around Jon’s expedition beyond the Wall with The Hound, (Rory McCann) Beric Dondarrion, (Richard Dormer) Thoros, (Paul Kaye) Tormund, (Kristofer Hivju) Jorah (Iain Glenn) and Gendry (Joe Dempsie).
WILL GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8 BE RELEASED EARLY?
The tragic “death” and subsequent rebirth as a wight of dragon Vision was leaked as was the downfall of Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen).
Who can forget in 2015 when the first four episodes of season five were leaked ahead of their official release?
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Illegal streams with the leaked episodes went up online almost immediately and many fans binge-watched them in one go.
And of course, the incident of HBO accidentally releasing a season seven episode early, only for it to spread all over the internet immediately.
Have Game of Thrones season 8 scripts leaked online?
There are several pages of scripts online that are purporting to be real Game of Thrones season eight scripts.
Whether they are accurate or not remains to be seen.
The pages themselves, which have been shared on fan site Winter Is Coming are similar in appearance to the real pages that were leaked for season seven’s scripts.
Several plot lines have been revealed for the hit show’s last season including one that sees the army of the dead making it as far as King’s Landing.
One leaked page reveals that Cersei (Lena Headey) has Jon Snow locked in the dungeons while she contemplates blowing up the city rather than let it fall to the Night King (Vladimir Furdik).
When will Game of Thrones season 8 be released?
Not until 2019.
The ultimate season, in what has been almost of a decade of arguably the world’s biggest show is coming to an end next year.
The final season will contain just six episodes but each will have a longer running time and see the characters we’ve come to love and hate conclude their stories.
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