Since the beginning of Games of Thrones back in 2011, fans worldwide have been on the edge of their seat wondering what will happen next and ultimately, which character will be next to die.
Each season, you find yourself drawn to a certain character and as soon as the words ‘they are my favourite character’ comes out, you can more or less guarantee that they will be brutally killed by the end of the season.
Never mind the constant ‘edge of the seat’ feeling when watching the latest episode, the worst part is not being able to see it when everyone else does. If you’re an avid social media user, the hardest part of a Tuesday, for UK audiences and no doubt a Monday for the US, is avoiding any spoilers that Facebook and Twitter like to bombard you with.
Not only does social media add to the potential spoiler alerts but there will always be that someone, somewhere whether it be a relative or a friend who says just a bit too much and ruins the entire episode.
My advice would be to avoid any communication with anyone until you have sat down, brew in hand and watch in awe as the scenes unfold.