Major Game Of Thrones Leak Caused First 4 Episodes of Season 5 To Become Available Early Online

In a shocking twist of fate, the first four episodes of the fifth season of the hit TV show Game Of Thrones on HBO have leaked online and have been popping up in various torrent and filesharing sites.

An anonymous source told us that a disgruntled Scientologist who works for the company responsible for distributing the show has leaked the files. This could be just hearsay, but our source seemed quite certain.

The episodes have been confirmed legitimate, but just be careful you don’t download a fake one and get a virus. Reportedly, episodes 5 and 6 have also been leaked, but as far as we could tell, this was covered up quickly and cannot be found online anymore.

The episodes are listed online through searches such as “Game of Thrones S05E01”, “Game of Thrones S05E02”, “Game of Thrones S05E03”, “Game of Thrones S05E04”, and “Game of Thrones S05E05”.

If you are excited to see Season 5 of Game of Thrones, maybe you could try and get the leaked episodes. However, if you really want to get excited and build up the suspense, see if you can wait a week before watching each new episode. I wonder if you can do it!

Here is the official Game of Thrones trailer released by HBO:

The trailer starts out pretty slow, but is pretty good. Really, the show is probably going to be better than the trailer. At least, I hope so. HBO really could have done a better job making the trailer. I just hope there are more dragons in the show!

The Game of Thrones Season 5 episodes are set to premiere tonight on HBO, and will air a new episode each week on Sundays at 6pm PST (9pm EST). Are you excited for the new season? Are you going to try to get the leaked episodes or are you going to wait each week for the official release?

Below is the official site on the HBO website. Of course, this is a leak, so the leaked episodes will not be available on the official site. Also, sadly, HBO built the official Game of Thrones website out of flash as usual, so it’s not going to work well on mobile devices. You would think a company which makes so many millions like the HBO network would learn better web programming?    😉

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