Last week some of HBO’s data, along with the script of some unaired episodes of Game of Thrones, and some other shows were hacked. It has been named “The Spoils of War”.
The successive absence of check marks in her victory scorebook (barring the last one) seem to have drawn out a lust for the Iron Throne in Daenerys, much like her father Aerys II Targaryen, famously known as The Mad King.
The episode officially airs on Sunday 9 p.m. pacific time.
Cersei hides away in King’s Landing, and nearly confirms her deal with the Iron Bank.
“Game of Thrones” is having its biggest season yet by far – the season 7 opener has raked in an incredible 30 million viewers across all of the network’s platforms.
Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4 “Spoils of War” had some truly spectacular battle scenes and moments, but has also led to rampant spoiler speculation that Daenerys’ (Emilia Clarke) dragons, previously considered all but immortal, will die. The war was an unexpected but a welcome surprise on the fourth episode of the current season [VIDEO].
The episode 4 of Game of Thrones 7 ended with a cliffhanger of Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Bronn’s (Jerome Flynn) possible deaths.
Game of Thrones is now three episodes into its seventh season. Well, they made good on that promise and because we are shameless, we joined the millions of disloyal GoT fans who have watched the leaked episode 4.
HBO has had to fight a lot of leak-related battles when it comes to its star show, Game of Thrones.
While this week’s episode was the shortest of the season, thus far, it ended on a spectacular note featuring a battle that’s almost as memorable as “The Battle of the Bastards” from Season 6. But Jon leads Daenerys to see the dragonglass at Dragonstone, so she gets to see it before they start making weapons. Yara Greyjoy and Ellaria Sand are now prisoners at King’s Landing and Olenna Tyrell has been killed. We see #Daenerys Targaryen address the remaining soldiers of the Lannister army, telling them that she’s not there to murder them.