#GameOfThrones: Have #GOT season 8, episodes 5 and 6 been LEAKED?!

Game of Thrones season eight, episodes five and six leaks are being widely searched for by GOT fans ahead of the next episode’s release on HBO and Sky Atlantic. So far in season eight, Game of Thrones has fallen victim to a handful of reported leaks from each episode, with clips and spoilers emerging online. With the final two episodes scheduled for release this month, here is whether or not they’ve been leaked beforehand.

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Have Game of Thrones season 8, episodes 5 and 6 been leaked?

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Game of Thrones season 8.

Game of Thrones season eight, episode five scenes have reportedly been leaked online ahead of the instalment’s release.

HBO and Sky Atlantic are scheduled to broadcast the next episode of GOT on Sunday, May 12 and Monday, May 13, respectively.

Episode five scenes reportedly emerged on Twitter in the days before however, according to The Sun Online.

The minute-long preview, supposedly containing major spoilers and ‘leaks’, has been taken down.

This didn’t stop some Game of Thrones fans detailing what was in-store and sharing spoilers online.


Game of Thrones leaks: Missandei in episode 4Game of Thrones leaks: Missandei in episode 4 (Image: HBO)

The ‘leaks’ suggest there are several deaths and twists-and-turns on the way for a number of Game of Thrones’ main characters.

The Game of Thrones ‘leaks’ also reveal who will supposedly end up on the Iron Throne.

For GOT fans who have seen the reported spoilers, they have been left less than impressed.

One viewer wrote: “If these leaks are true @HBO @GameOfThrones needs to film a new ending ASAP!!!!”

A second agreed: “I’ve seen the leaked episode five and six and it’s the worst ending in TV history.”

While a third GOT fan

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