Researchers in the United States have uncovered why fans of the popular television show Game of Thrones are so in love with it.
Given that we've only got eight episodes yet to air of the main Game Of Thrones series (unless you count a leak as an airing), fans are going to need a quick turn-around on confirmation of what comes next, and HBO would be silly not to quickly capitalise on Thrones fever to whip up some easy marketing too.
Besides being a great show, we always find fun facts, amusing pictures, videos or GIFs on social media about "Game of Thrones", but lately a video became viral everywhere. The group "Mr Smith" also sent Mashable screenshots of the official pages on which "HB-OLD is Dying...." was written. "Be ready for GOT S7 E6 &E7 as soon as possible", Mashable quoted the hackers as having conveyed.
They have also threatened to release the passwords for a number of HBO social media accounts. When contacted about the threat, HBO responded with the same statement released before: "We are not in communication with the hacker and we're not going to comment every time a new piece of information is released".
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The news of when the final season of "Thrones" starts filming comes amid more talk about a prequel or several prequels.
Previously, the hackers shared Game Of Thrones data like remuneration details of the cast and scripts as part of a data dump and claimed to have gained access to HBO's internal information measuring up to 1.5 TB.
HBO confirmed in July 2016 that season 8 of the dark medieval fantasy drama would be the last one. But perhaps more impressive was the fact that episode 4, "The Spoils of War" set an even bigger record: 10.167 million live viewers even after the episode had been leaked online.