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Game of Thrones: Amazon bug as second episode gets uploaded early



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Emilia Clarke plays Daenerys Targaryen in HBO's popular fantasy series

The latest episode of Game of Thrones was uploaded to Amazon early because of a "bug," the company said.

The second part of the eighth and final series should be aired on Sunday evening. 1

9659007] However, some Amazon Prime members were able to see it a few hours earlier.

"We regret that Amazon customers in Germany had access to the second episode of Season 8 of Game of Thrones," said Amazon spokesman.

"This was a mistake and has been fixed."

It may have been taken down shortly after upload, but it was long enough for many fans to see the entire episode.

As Therefore Screengrabs and plot details appeared online before the official broadcast – causing fans to worry about accidentally bumping into spoilers (which we obviously do not release here).

However, many people had fun with the leak.

The US singer Mariah Carey suggested that she w to post some "big Game of Thrones spoilers" on Twitter … before you upload a picture of herself on the Iron Throne.

This is the second week in a row Game of Thrones appeared online early

Last week's episode was made available to customers by DirecTV Now four hours earlier.

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A spokesman for AT & T, The Service Division, said: "Obviously, our system was just as excited as we were For Game of Thrones tonight, some DirecTV Now customers accidentally give early access to the episode.

"When we noticed the mistake, we immediately adjusted to it, and we're looking forward to the vote this evening , "

Paul Tassi wrote in Forbes:" HBO has to tear its hair out, that happens over and over again, but this show is so popular and there are so many. It almost seems inevitable that something will be achieved from these markets.

"At least we are not dealing with people looting episodes like we saw them a couple of years ago, but that's not great either."

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