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HBO’s House of the Dragon season finale leaks online

HBO’s House of the Dragon season finale leaks online

HBO’s House of the Dragon season finale leaks online

HBO’s House of the Dragon season finale leaks online

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  • HBO’s House of the Dragon season finale leaks online.
  • It’s been an incredible journey back to Westeros.
  • As the prequel series to the massive success of Game of Thrones.
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HBO’s House of the Dragon has lived up to the expectations that come with it, it’s been an incredible journey back to Westeros. As the prequel series to the massive success of Game of Thrones.

After nine episodes chock-full of plot twists, friendships formed and broken, and classic Westerosi plotting from characters like Ser Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans) and the vile Lord Larys Strong (Matthew Needham). On October 23, HBO will telecast the series’ first season finale. Sadly, it appears that the much-anticipated episode has already leaked online.

Although the exact method by which the finale leaked online is unknown, social media is vibrating with the news. The breach is regrettable because it occurs a few days before the finale’s debut. Twitter will undoubtedly be a minefield of spoilers, so, until at least Sunday, one needs to exercise caution when looking through feeds.

Given the situation, it could be a good idea to avoid using social media for a few days or at the very least, to be exceedingly cautious. Under the conditions, staying home over the weekend to binge-watch all nine of the prior episodes would be preferable and safer; perhaps there were any Easter eggs you missed when watching it the first time.

This development is certain to annoy viewers as well, and it wouldn’t be the first time HBO and its audience had fought since the series’ August launch. The demand for the show was so high when the network broadcast the season premiere that HBO Max, the streaming service that carries it, was overloaded and briefly crashed. By episode 7, HBO was once again in the news because of complaints from viewers who thought the show was “unwatchable” because it was too dark. The illumination was a “planned creative decision,” according to HBO, who justified it.

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