Game of Thrones increasing security to protect final ever script of the show

Game of Thrones fans and cast members were outraged and frustrated last year when the plot for the current seventh season were leaked eight months before the show returned to screens.

But now bosses of the hit HBO/Sky Atlantic show are upping their security to ensure no details of the final series – currently being written and due to air next year – make it out early.

In particular, the final ever episode is being given top protection over fears details of what happens to all the characters at the end of the story will be leaked.

Co-creator of the show David Benioff has explained that he and fellow creator D.B. Weiss have completed their script of the last ever episode.

Show creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are trying to limit leak risks

Game of Thrones creators fear details of the final ever episode will be leaked

And the boys are taking all steps to protect the script – with the edit being kept under lock and key and access to it being limited.

However David, 46, fears hackers could still spoil the end for everyone.

“Look at how difficult it is to protect any information in this age. The CIA can’t do it. The NSA can’t do it. So what chance to we have?” he said – according to The Daily Star.

The final episode has been written – the ink is dry

Show star Kit Harrington – who plays Jon Snow – has slammed crew and cast from the show for leaking details in the past.

“You just have to deal with these, frankly, a***holes who want to spoil it for people,” he growled.

“There’s only so much you can do. The slightest detail, true or otherwise, sends fans ballistic on the internet,” he added.

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Game of Thrones is based on the Song of Ice and Fire book series by George R R Martin.

While George has only penned five of his planned seven books in the series, the show has romped ahead of the published…

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