Boy, that HBO has some rotten luck. Not only did Game of Thrones and HBO overall suffer a malicious hack, but said pirates didn’t even have to release episodes online. Game of Thrones Season 7 has accidentally leaked its own penultimate episode.
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 takes a rocket ship to “Eastwatch” with the series’ fastest-moving episode to date, chock-full of returns and reunions. Plus, what Avengers are assembling north of The Wall? Find out in our full review!
We’ve just two weeks left in Game of Thrones’ shortened seventh season, and the White Walker War is finally ready to begin. See Jon and co. head north of The Wall on a deadly mission with the first trailer for Season 7’s penultimate installment.
Game of Thrones may have kept “Eastwatch” mostly under wraps, but other high-profile HBO releases are still under siege. Not only have hackers released new Curb Your Enthusiasm episodes, but also current comedies and some upcoming debuts.
It seems like a lifetime ago Game of Thrones fans were arguing about Ed Sheeran’s cameo in the Season 7 premiere, but we never did quite learn the Lannister soldier’s fate. Some speculated he and his merry brood were among those incinerated in Sunday’s “The Spoils of War,” but sadly, the shape of Sheeran remains in tact.
Game of Thrones’ leak of Season 7’s “The Spoils of War” turned out an international error rather than consequence of the network’s recent hack, but the group responsible has designs of their own. Another round of leaks reportedly reveals detailed descriptions of Thrones’ “Eastwatch,” as well as multiple documents from a top executive’s email.
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 revels in “The Spoils of War” with a dragon-sized action sequence to rival “The Battle of the Bastards.” Plus, have Stark family reunions lost their edge? Find out in our full review!
If you wanted to get an early look at this Sunday's upcoming episode of Game of Thrones,' it's out there on the web. We're not saying where, but you do have Google. That, and much more on this afternoon's Pop Bits:
Well, if there wasn’t too concern with HBO’s recent hack leaking material early before, there is now. Reports indicate Game of Thrones Season 7’s fourth episode, “The Spoils of War,” has officially made its way online.
Hacking scandals are everywhere these days, and a recent HBO attack that allegedly leaked Game of Thrones scripts and several comedy episodes may be bigger than feared. Sources say the data extends to many more times what Sony suffered in 2014, and is now being investigated by the FBI.
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