US TV Network Screwed Up And Streamed Game of Thrones Hours Before Its Release

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Some customers of American network AT&T were able to watch the first episode of the final season of Game of Thrones earlier than everyone else.

The season premiere – one of the most anticipated television events in history – aired at 9 p.m. EST last night for millions of Game of Thrones fans across the US (and indeed, over here, for those of us willing to stay up until 2am). But lucky fans with access to AT&T’s streaming service, DirecTV Now, were able to watch the show four hours early.

AT&T acquired HBO when it took over Time Warner in June 2018. The move allowed the company to stream HBO shows on DirecTV Now. Insider first reported that DirecTV Now customers were


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