The Next Game Of Thrones Episode Just Leaked Online

The Next Game Of Thrones Episode Just Leaked Online
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The fourth episode of Game of Thrones Season 7 has been leaked online, following a large-scale hacking incident at HBO. You can watch the episode right now with just a few (illegal) mouse clicks. Here are the details.

Yesterday, Reddit users began sharing a Google Drive page containing the leaked episode, which Gizmodo has confirmed as authentic. The video is watermarked with
Star TV India and in low-quality standard definition. The watermark suggests that the leak is not actually related to HBO’s recent hacking scandal. (Thus is backed up by a report on Hollywood Reporter.

The original file has since been removed at the request of rights holders but it shouldn’t be too difficult to track down online if you’re that way inclined. Personally, we think you’d be much better off waiting for the high quality stream (or illegal torrent) on Monday.

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[Via Gizmodo]


  • make people sign up for silly subscriptions and pay TV …. the content will be liberated as it has that value now

  • *Whistles innocently* I’m sure it will be an awesome episode when I watch.. er tomorrow and definitely not hours ago.

    Also there is now an Indian person who is both sad and unemployed. T
    hank you for your sacrifice.

  • In the last 3 weeks I have only been able to watch one episode legally on a Monday from start to finish, which involves turning in on as soon as I get home. Trying to watch it after 5pm and it’s Russian roulette with Foxtels poor service.

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