Game of Thrones season 7 leak: HBO Spain accidentally releases episode 6

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The Game of Thrones season 7 spoilers nightmare continues as HBO Spain accidentally streams the-still-currently-untitled episode 6. Yes, really.

Forget the hackers, HBO is now releasing it's own content early, according to MashableUK. HBO Spain accidentally made the episode (watch the preview trailer here) available to subscribers for an hour before it was taken down, and fans subsequently ripped and recirculated it across the internet.

The leak has been confirmed by multiple sources, including fan site Watchers on the Wall who have warned followers about spoilers:

From everything I've seen, there's multiple spoilerific images and details all over the internet, so if you want to stay spoiler-free until Sunday, you've got your work cut out. For anyone who doesn't want to wait - the leaked episode is pretty easy to find, just don't tell me what happens!

Keep reading for the Game of Thrones season 7 leak story so far.

Read the updated article from August 9, 2017 below...

Game of Thrones season 7 leak: Episode 5 script details are the latest to be leaked and you read them here (if you want)

Things aren't looking up for HBO after it suffered a cyber attack, which saw the script for Game of Thrones season 7 episode 4 (among others) leaked online. Now, script details for episode 5 have also been leaked by the hackers, who are demanding a ransom from the television company. 

HBO said in a statement to THR: "HBO believed that further leaks might emerge from this cyber incident when we confirmed it last week. As we said, the forensic review is ongoing. While it has been reported that a number of emails have been made public, the review to date has not given us a reason to believe that our e-mail system as a whole has been compromised.

"We continue to work around the clock with outside cybersecurity firms and law enforcement to resolve the incident. Meanwhile, our dedicated employees continue to focus on delivering the high quality of entertainment and service for which we are known."

The Hollywood Reporter has a copy of the leaked episode 5 script summary, but is refusing to publish it. However, if you're curiosity is getting the better of you and you just can't wait to find out what happens to Jaime, I've found the below video which seems to include the episode 5 script details:

As I said before with episode 4, it's really up to you if you want to find out what happens or not - it's your choice! I don't want to know, so I haven't watched the video in full, so if it turns out to be false, my bad! 

Read the updated article from August 2, 2017 below...

Game of Thrones season 7 leak: Episode 4's script is online and you can read it here (if you want)

Unless you've been living under a rock for the last few days, you may have noticed that HBO has been the victim of a cyber attack, which saw the script for the next episode of Game of Thrones season 7 leaked online. 

According to EW, those responsible have released data from other HBO shows as well, including Ballers and Room 104. "HBO recently experienced a cyber-incident, which resulted in the compromise of proprietary information,” a company statement reads. “We immediately began investigating the incident and are working with law enforcement and outside cybersecurity firms. Data protection is a top priority at HBO, and we take seriously our responsibility to protect the data we hold."

Thrones spoilers are a tricky subject - the show is so popular that it's tempting to try and find out as much as possible about what's to come, but reading a stolen episode script isn't exactly the way we want to see the story unfold. 

I personally, don't want to read the script and thought long and hard about covering it on the site, but the recent popularity of a previous article we wrote about season 7 details being leaked from last year (see below), tells me that some of you do. So, if you want to know what happens in the next episode before it airs, you can read the leaked script and episode summary here.

If you'd like to watch the episode when it airs, but you're curiosity won't let you click away, I've put some basic plot points below, which I got from this Reddit thread (because I really don't want to read the whole script!):


  • Littlefinger gives the Catspaw blade to Bran, who in turn gives it to Arya.
  • Meera leaves to go home. 
  • Arya returns to Winterfell and has an awkward reunion with Sansa. 
  • Jon and Dany have two scenes and the “seeds of mutual attraction” are sown. 
  • Dany attacks the Lannisters after the fall of Highgarden’s and tries to stop Jaime from getting the Tyrell's gold back to King’s Landing. 
  • Dany/Drogon come under attack during the battle from Qyburn’s weapon but it doesn’t do much damage. 

Basically, it looks like a few questions will be answered (who had/has the Catspaw blade), Dany and Jon are checking each other out (yes!), and we'll get another big battle... this time on land (bring on the dragons!). I can't wait

If you want more Game of Thrones, here’s a breakdown of Joffrey’s assassination after last week’s revelations, and the trailer for episode 4.

Read the original article from October 25, 2016 below...

The entire Game of Thrones season 7 plot has been leaked if you want to read it

Huge spoilers, obviously. So I'm not going to print anything before a huge warning for that reason but, if you wanted, you could potentially read Game of Thrones season 7's entire plot right now. 

The information originally appeared on the Free Folk reddit which has managed to be incredibly accurate spoilering through most of season 6. The account that posted it has already been deleted, but other posts have collated the information. You can also read an episode by episode breakdown on Heat Street if you really want to spoil everything.  

As well as Reddit's strong former track record for successfully unearthing spoilers, Nathalie Emmanuel, who plays Missandei tweeted this out: 

A few people are saying (hoping) she might be referring to a flood of set pics that have been appearing during filming. However, that's been happening for weeks and the Reddit post is pretty much as big as it gets if it's true, so many are assuming that's what she's talking about. 

Okay, warning time: The entire suspected plot of Games of Thrones season 7 will appear after the Hodor. 

Okay, here's an abridged version of the season 7 plot taken from this reddit post that has linked together all the leaks, set photos and info out there so far. 

Episode 1

The White Walkers marching South towards the Wall.

Bran crosses the Wall, meets with Edd. (Bran was at the studio filming with other "Team Starks", though apparently he was filming a scene at the Castle Black that day.)

Episode 2

Jon receives a raven from Dany, she's summoning the lords of Westeros. Jon and Davos decide to go because they need the dragonglass from Dragonstone.

Jon leaves Sansa in charge of Winterfell.

Jon leaves Ghost at Winterfell, where he stays all season.

Episode 3

Jon and Davos arrive at Dragonstone. Tyrion meets them on the beach, and the Dothraki take their ship. (Jon, Davos, Tyrion, Missandei have all been filming together in Bilbao- widely believed to be the set of Dragonstone.)

Tyrion brings them to meet Dany, encountering Missandei and Grey Worm on the way. The "throne room" contains a number of Dothraki. (ALL have been spotted filming in Bilbao - widely believed to be the set of Dragonstone.)

Dany and Jon meet. Dany demands he bend the knee, which he refuses. Evidently, he discusses the WWs, but she doesn't believe him. Tyrion insists that Jon isn't crazy.

Davos tries to mention Jon's resurrection, but Jon dismisses it.

Dany respects Jon immediately, Jon to Dany maybe not as much?

Bran arrives at Winterfell. Meera returns home. (Bran has been spotted on set with other "Team Starks")

Episode 4

Arya arrives at Winterfell. (Arya has been spotted on set with other "Team Starks")

Episode 5

Sam leaves Oldtown for Winterfell with Gilly and baby Sam.

Jorah reunites with Dany at Dragonstone.

Jon receives a raven telling him that Bran and Arya are at Winterfell.

Jamie, Bronn, Tyrion and Davos have a secret meeting at some point where Tyrion tries to persuade them to surrender to Dany, which Jamie ignores. Unclear if this happens before or after Dany ambushes the Lannister army. (Footage has been captured of Peter Dinklage and Liam Cunningham filming together, appearing to be preparing a boat to leave the beach. This might be them preparing to leave for the meeting. Another boat-beach scene has been captured filming, again including Tyrion and Davos, but also Gendry!)

Gendry's in Kings Landing making weapons, and he is found by Davos. (Tyrion, Davos and Gendry have been filming together on a beach in Bilbao.)

Episode 6

The party travels to Eastwatch-by-the-Sea by boat. Davos stays behind while the others go wight hunting.

Jon leads a small force (himself, The Hound, Beric, Thoros, Tormund, Jorah and Gendry (WHY?!) to capture a wight. (Scene set to be filmed in Iceland in January includes 6 major characters.)

The team is attacked by the Night King's army, including a wight polar bear. The bear kills Thoros (apparently a slow death). (Thoros is confirmed to return for season 7.)

They are surrounded on an island on a frozen lake and are nearly overcome when Dany and her dragons show up. She flies most of the team back to Eastwatch, but Jon is left behind.

Jon is almost killed, but Coldhands/Benjen arrives and sends Jon off with his horse while continuing to fight the horde. Jon watches Benjen swarmed by undead as he rides, half dead, to safety.

Viserion is killed and raised as the Night King's mount.

Jon offers to lay down his title as KITN if Dany and her forces will help against the WWs. This scene is private.

Episode 7

Sansa sentences Littlefinger to death, which Arya carries out.

Cersei awakens in a bed soaked with blood. The general consensus is that she miscarries.

Sam and Bran figure out Jon's heritage. He is apparently a legitimised Targaryen named "Aegon".

Jon and Dany have sex for the first time on a boat headed North.

The Wall falls at the end of the episode. The Night King attacks the Wall with the reanimated Viserion. He now breathes blue flame.

Game of Thrones season 7 will debut in summer 2017.