HBO just released an entire Game of Thrones episode days earlier by complete mistake

The top ranking and trending drama season, that has been airing on HBO for years, seems to be having a very hard time this year. From anonymous hacker attacks and the downright public or open leak of personal data to entire episode leaks by the team itself, both HBO and the drama team are going through a patch of rough road right now.

Earlier this very week, the famous television network HBO aired an entire episode of the drama series Game of Thrones before its release date. The episode 6 from the ongoing season 7 of the TV series was aired by the HBO Spain exactly four days prior to its official release day. The complete episode was widely available on the site for more than an hour before they took it off. Alas, the damage was already done! While the team is scrambling to do some damage control, the whole footage is not just available on Reddit and YouTube, but also many other social networking sites. And if that is not all, you can now also find it on Torrent, in HD quality nonetheless. Talk about a mess!

The Game of Thrones is a completely fictional drama series backed by HBO. Based on the well known author George R. Martin’s tremendously successful book series under the title of “A Song of Ice and Fire”, this fantasy and medieval television series has a solid rating of 9 5 out of a complete ten on IMDB. Sounds worth watching!

Created by the two very talented David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the Game of Thrones season 1 made its debut onto the home screen in the United States in the year 2001 on Apil 17th. With a total of 65 episodes and 8 seasons to be shot and released, the series will be very likely heading towards its climax. The last season (season 6) climaxed on the 26th of July the previous year, while the 7th season began only this year on July 16th with only 6 episodes aired so far. One more, that last, season has been confirmed already and will probably make its debut appearance on your screen either next year on the year after in 2019. Fingers crossed!

This fantasy and medieval drama series features a very talented and capable cast all throughout its journey. From the likes of Emilia Clarke and Peter Dinklage to Natalie Dormans, this series is set to keep you wanting for more. Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, Kit Harrington as well as Nikiloj Coster-Waldau and Lena Headily are all in there for you entertain yourself from.

This year, however, hackers invaded the HBO domain and leaked not just the episodes, but also personal and confidential details regarding the cast, throwing the whole team into a tumultuous whirlpool of loss. This time, however, HBO has no one to blame but itself.