Last week's episode of Game of Thrones saw a handful of characters killed off during the Battle of Winterfell. Remember when he turned Craster's babies (like Gilly's) into what appeared to be white walkers, but he didn't even have to kill them first?
Episode four leaked in Thailand just a few hours ago, as a Redditor posted an image from the episode that won't spoil it for you.
The idea of Aerys Targaryen as the Mad King, slayed by Jaime Lannister and succeeded as King by Robert Baratheon, is one that has haunted the series since the beginning.
See Jorah (Iain Glen) had been taken down by wights after Daenerys was abandoned by her dragon Drogon.
Game of Thrones is picking up the pieces.
"We are very good friends". Except he doesn't call them "spinoffs" - he's not a fan of that term - but "successor shows".
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We will update this article if, and when, the leaked information is confirmed in the upcoming episode.
There are five different concepts being developed, and Martin says that three of them are "moving forward nicely".
"After that, David and Dan asked if I'd play the Night King for seasons six through eight; I never asked why". But before each episode airs, HBO has to send the episode and other supporting content to distributions around the world, many of whom air the episode "live" with the United States.
Also, Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) broke her word to Jon and told Tyrion the truth about Jon's heritage, leaving Tyrion and Varys confused about whom they should back.
Now, the HBO show's stunt co-ordinator Rowley Irlan has revealed there are plenty more deaths to come in the final episodes.
While many users watch it on TV and on HBO apps, there are also several who make use of Game of Thrones Season 8 torrents to watch the show.
Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 4 airs at 9 p.m. on Sunday, April 28.