Why you shouldn’t be upset about Game of Thrones leaks

Game of Thrones Season 8 -- photo: Helen Sloan/HBO -- Acquired via HBO Media Relations Site
Game of Thrones Season 8 -- photo: Helen Sloan/HBO -- Acquired via HBO Media Relations Site /

No movie or television show is safe from leaks, but recent Game of Thrones spoilers have been making fans very angry. Here’s why you shouldn’t be upset.

There are only two episode left of Game of Thrones and there are two questions on everyone’s minds: Who will survive and who will sit on the Iron Throne? Well, if you searched for spoilers or unintentionally bumped into the leaked details, you may be disappointed with the answers. But there’s a few reasons why you should rest easy, that is, until the series is over.

Spoiler Alert! While we won’t reveal any of the spoilers currently circulating online, we do link to the source. Careful what you click on! However, if you are not caught up on the series, there will be spoilers for the first four episodes.

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Have I read any of the spoilers? Only a few. I have not intentionally searched for them. Am I disappointed by what I read? Yes. So why should we not be bothered? Well, for starters, the spoilers have not been confirmed. Though some have been proven true in the past, we can’t be sure about them just yet.

Another thing to keep in mind is that no finale can ever please everyone. Some fans will be disappointed no matter what. If you went searching for these spoilers on purpose, you only have yourself to blame.

Not happy about the death of a character? Let’s face it, most characters we knew were doomed early on. There are a few, such as the Lannister twins, we know can’t possibly have a happy ending. As much as we cried along with Brienne when Jaime left her side, we knew it was coming.

Finally, why start getting upset now? We still have two episodes to go to. Let’s save our energy and complain later. No sense hating on the series before the finale.

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Most of the spoilers can be found at Reddit and some have even already been deleted — which isn’t a good sign. It could either mean they were true and had to be taken down or totally false. There’s really only one way, and that’s to tune in this Sunday!

Game of Thrones premieres Sunday nights only on HBO.