Fans of HBO drama, Game Of Thrones, have been frantically sweeping the pages of satirical news website, TheSpoof.com, this morning, after it was revealed that details of the final GOT series, which will be shown on Sky Atlantic in April 2019, had been leaked to the site.
Iain Glen, who, since 2011, has played Ser Jorah Mormont, risked the ire of the show's producers, when he admitted that the show's final season is:
He also said that Kit Harington, the actor who plays Jon Snow, had not read the script until all the actors - 100 of them! - got together for a one-day read.
In a further siginificant betrayal of the producers' trust, it was revealed that the actors were "thrilled" by what had been written, something that will not go down well with the makers, who had hoped for absolute secrecy 'on all levels'.
Another one of the cast, who wished to remain nameless - for obvious reasons - told us that he wasn't absolutely sure that there wouldn't be at least one more series of the show, which is in direct contradiction to what the public has been told. It was just a rumor he'd heard, he said, but nothing concrete.