With HBO seemingly unwilling to pay the ransom demanded by the hackers, the latest leak really comes as little surprise, but the major spoilers contained this time around are something of a shame for those who have been following the show since the beginning and have not read the George RR Martin books.
The seventh season of Game of Thrones, which is the shortest ever by number of episodes, is going to meet its end this Sunday, and we are sure you can not wait to watch the finale.
This current Game of Thrones season, which also happens to be the second to last season of the show, has been an explosive one, but it has also been riddled with hacks from the very beginning. While us fans waited with bated breaths for the finale episode, the hackers have ruined the experience of our wait too! And with less than 48 hours until the show's penultimate season wraps on Sunday, August 27, hackers have delivered another blow: Details of the season seven finale have reportedly leaked online.
He's been lurking in the background for the past few episodes, lending his disquieting combination of creepiness and smarminess to every scene that he's in.
The Night King showed to everybody that he is not to be taken lightly. The Hound (Rory McCann) will set free their proof of the undead and the white walkers. "And it is here" as he meets with Cersei (Lena Headey). But what appears to be a truce is yet another ploy to secure the kingdom.
He was also the one who orchestrated - or at least, was part of - Ned Stark's downfall and eventual execution, and his list of sins runs long, including arranging the marriage of Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) to Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon).
Someone will be executed. Or will Sansa finally see Lord Baelish for the man that he is?
However, despite recent threats from Mr. Smith and crew to drop the almost 80-minute "The Dragon and The Wolf" itself before tomorrow's much anticipated Season 7 ender, the actual episode itself has not shown up anywhere as of this afternoon.