‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Leaks: Where to Find Top Leaked Scripts & Spoilers

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Game of Throne spoilers and leaks

The long-awaited Game of Thrones Season 7 may be premiering on Sunday, but many fans can’t wait that long to get hints about what’s going to happen this season. That’s why we’ve gathered some of the biggest leaks released so far, so you can review them if you’re wanting some spoilers.

Fans have been divided about whether or not these leaks are authentic, but recent photos and comments from the media about the premiere are confirming that at least some of the information is very real.

There will be spoilers in this article for the premiere, with the biggest spoilers contained in the links that lead you to major leak pages. You may also encounter spoilers in the comments as people react to what they read and share if they think the spoilers are authentic.

Here are the best leaks you need to know about.


Redditors Have Been Sharing Leaks from Scripts

One of the biggest sources of Game of Thrones leaks is r/freefolk on Reddit. For a few months, users have been sharing leaked scripts, with other readers giving them a tough time and thinking the scripts weren’t authentic. But since the limited premiere viewing last night, it looks like some of those scripts might be a lot more authentic than people thought. The premiere, coupled with trailers and set pictures that had previously matched some of the leaked scenes, are confirming the leaks’ authenticity.

Redditor KaySen762 has been keeping a website with updated script leaks, as shared by u/awayforthelads. The webpage with all those leaks and compiled Reddit comments is here.

But to go to the leaked scripts directly, we are providing links that go directly to the script pages. Below are links to the six script pages that were leaked. These links take you to Imgur, where screenshots of possible scripts were uploaded:

Some fans complained that the leaks couldn’t be real because the dialogue didn’t seem up to par for Game of Thrones. Is it possible these were first drafts that were later refined? Here’s a discussion on Reddit about the leaks from five months ago. Yes, the scripts have been circulating for that long, but parts of them have only now been confirmed.


Media Comments Confirmed the Leaks

Comments shared by media who saw the premiere last night are confirming that these scripts are, at least partially, authentic.

At least one of the leaks was confirmed from a story in The Telegraph. The article states that the opening scene, before the credits, drew a huge crowd reaction.

The first minute seemed an unusually slow start – a large gathering on screen, but not one heavy with tension or intrigue, a notorious plotter addressing his followers. Then, a shift in tone, and a swift massacre – without actual violence – and a dramatic unveiling prompting wild applause and gleeful cheers.

In addition, an article in GQ Magazine confirmed that a leak about the last line in episode 1 was also correct.

As a major cast member says in the final line of episode one: “Shall we begin?”

A story by The New York Times also confirmed another leak.

The theme of revenge is set early in the new episode, titled “Dragonstone,” as one character warns “if one wolf survives, the sheep are never safe.”

One Redditor, GoTMancunian, wrote:

I just re-read the leaked scripts from a few months back. I think the evidence of their veracity is now so compelling now we have to accept it.”

If you read these spoilers, let us know in the comments below if you think they’re authentic or not.


Additional Videos & Possible Leaks

Those are the biggest leaks and, of course, you’ll be majorly spoiled if you go to any of the links. Meanwhile, another hint was recently released on Instagram.

It appears that Gendry may be coming back:

Oh, and if you want to get really hyped about the premiere, here’s the intro: