A US Streaming Service Accidentally Unleashed The ‘GoT’ Premiere Early

Contributor: Megan Willett

HBO‘s final season of Game of Thrones is one of the most hotly anticipated premieres in TV history. The script and plot has been closely guarded, with actors, directors, and crew forced to sign NDAs to keep the season’s secrets safe.

Well, DirecTV Now accidentally jumped the gun by releasing the first episode a full four hours before the set premiere time of 9 p.m. EST on Sunday, April 14. The subscription service is owned by AT&T and includes HBO channels at a premium rate.

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