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House of the Dragon finale episode LEAKS online as HBO responds

House of the Dragon finale episode LEAKS online as HBO responds and encourages followers to attend for ‘pristine model’ of Game of Thrones prequel

  • The finale episode – titled ‘The Black Queen’ – is ready to air this Sunday 
  • News that the episode had leaked emerged early Friday 
  • HBO has responded calling the ‘illegal motion’ a ‘disappointment’
  • In a press release they inspired viewers to attend for the ‘pristine model’  

The finale episode of Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon has leaked online, forcing HBO to reply expressing their ‘disappointment’ at the state of affairs. 

‘We are conscious that the tenth episode of House of the Dragon has been posted on unlawful torrent websites,’ a spokesperson stated Friday.

‘It seems to have originated from a distribution companion in the EMEA area. HBO is aggressively monitoring and pulling these copies from the web.’

The assertion concluded: ‘We’re upset that this illegal motion has disrupted the viewing expertise for loyal followers of the present, who will get to see a pristine model of the episode when it premieres Sunday on HBO and HBO Max, the place it can stream solely in 4K.’

The episode – titled ‘The Black Queen’ – is ready to air this Sunday and is predicted to be an enormous rankings hit for the community.  

Spoiler: House of the Dragon finale episode LEAKS online as HBO responds and encourages followers to attend for ‘pristine model’ of Game of Thrones prequel

Ladies in waiting: The episode - titled 'The Black Queen' - is set to air this Sunday and is expected to be a huge ratings hit for the network

Ladies in ready: The episode – titled ‘The Black Queen’ – is ready to air this Sunday and is predicted to be an enormous rankings hit for the community

'We are aware that the tenth episode of House of the Dragon has been posted on illegal torrent sites,' a spokesperson said Friday

‘We are conscious that the tenth episode of House of the Dragon has been posted on unlawful torrent websites,’ a spokesperson stated Friday

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