As we draw close to the final ever episode of Game of Thrones, avoiding spoilers has basically become a full-time job. There seems to be a new leak or 'accidentally' shared clip every week and today is no different - with a whole slew of brand new spoilers doing the rounds on social media.
With just two episodes to go, some viewers now reckon they know how it's all going to end and fair few are seriously unimpressed.
The spoilers and leaks are completely unsubstantiated at this point, with no sources cited, but people seem particularly certain that these new leaks are legit, because the ones ahead of episode four mostly turned out to be the real deal.
Some fans are saying they will boycott the show after reading the spoilers. Credit: HBO
The new clip reportedly shows crucial scenes from upcoming episodes and since the spoilers are now all over the place online, many fans have checked them out - with some now threatening to boycott the last couple of episodes after finding out what happens next.
One particularly pissed-off GoT-fan said it could be the 'the worst ending in TV history'. Ouch.
One person tweeted: "I just read the game of thrones leaks for episode five and six. lmao if this shit is true, I will never say game of thrones is the best show ever made I'll rephrase it to game of thrones season 1-7 are the best TV show seasons ever made. WTF."
Another wrote: "I just read all the leaks for Game of Thrones. I don't want the ending anymore. Cancel the show... if all of that is true... people are gonna have a bad taste in their mouth after putting so much of their time into this show."
A third added: "I've seen the leaked episode five and it's the worst ending in TV history if people don't believe me go to reddit and Twitter and type Game Of Thrones leaks and you'll see and they posted leaks five days ago and everything on the leaked script came true in episode four."
None of the leaks have been substantiated yet, but many viewers are still pretty angry. Credit: HBO
Others hit out at the people sharing the spoilers, rather than the show itself, with one person posting: "Obsessing over these apparently legit GoT leaks has been killing me today. Why must you ruin everything internet! Let me be disappointed in two weeks with everyone else." Indeed.
I don't recommend it, but I'm not your mother, so if you want to check out the reddit page featuring the spoilers you can do so here. But don't come crying to me if you read something you don't like, OK?
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