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Game Of Thrones: Grey Worm Actor Reveals 'Spoiler' On Sunday Brunch

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Game Of Thrones: Grey Worm Actor Reveals 'Spoiler' On Sunday Brunch

It's nearly here, folks. The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones will hit our screens for the first time at 2am this morning on Sky Atlantic in the UK.

Ahead of that, everyone from the cast has been doing the rounds trying to drum up a bit of publicity, as if they even need to.

However, it's a strange one, isn't it? No-one is allowed to say anything about what happens, but still they are there on every news outlet's front page, every TV show, and even - now - Sunday Brunch.

Credit: Channel 4
Credit: Channel 4
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With that in mind, Gendry and Grey Worm - that's Joe Dempsie and Jacob Anderson to folk outside of Westeros - joined Tim Lovejoy and co to have a chat about their Game of Thrones experience.

On this occasion, Jacob Anderson could have accidentally let something big slip out of his mouth. No, I'm not talking about something they'd rustled up in a skillet earlier on in the show, but a dreaded spoiler.

Well, that's not exactly true (or is it?) but he certainly seemed to feel a bit sheepish after uttering it.

Lovejoy was asking him about the show in his usual manner and said: "You sit there and you stay watching and they start killing everyone."

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Anderson then replied: "You can never feel safe on this show,"

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

Hmm, so he's not safe? Does he die at the hands of the Night King and his army of the dead? Perhaps, or perhaps not.

Immediately after that sentence left his lips, he tried to row back up stream, qualifying the statement by adding: "We can never feel safe."

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Sure, that's not exactly an earth-shattering spoiler. We've got to talk about something until later on this evening though, right?

Obviously, everyone could die. Game of Thrones has a habit of letting us get attached to someone before then brutally killing them off.

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Credit: PA

So, what does that mean for the start of the eighth series this evening? Joe Dempsie said: You know it's great because the first episode is the one that sets it all up for the rest of the season,

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"But it's a pretty good episode one."

Pretty good? You'd bloody well hope so with the amount of cash that's gone into it.

But, the important question is: what do you think is going to happen? Head on over to Facebook and let us know what you reckon at Game of Thrones: Westeros Posting.

The final season of Game of Thrones will air at 2am in the UK on Sky Atlantic and is repeated at 9pm on Monday evening.

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Valar Morghulis.

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4

Topics: Film, TV and Film, HBO, UK Entertainment, US Entertainment, TV, Game of Thrones

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