'Game of Thrones'

Game of Thrones hackers demand ransom

In a new dump, they also published a script for the as yet unbroadcast fifth episode of the current series.

Company documents and video episodes of other HBO shows were also shared.

The hackers claim to have 1.5TB of data in total, but HBO has said it does not believe its email system has been compromised.

Documents in the latest leak were marked "HBO is falling", according to the Wired news site, and included legal information, employment agreements and other company files.

'Game of Thrones' gives fans a meeting two decades in the making

Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen came face to face on Sunday night's episode of the HBO fantasy series giving fans a meeting that some have been waiting for since George R.R. Martin's book, "A Game of Thrones" was published in 1996.

Snow, played by Kit Harington, walked onto the island of Dragonstone on Sunday's episode to meet Daenerys, played by Emilia Clarke, for the first time.

Fans on social media couldn't contain their excitement.

Not everyone is singing praises for Ed Sheeran's 'Game of Thrones' cameo

While on her way back from killing a lot of people on Sunday night's season premiere of "Game of Thrones," Arya Stark took some time to make some friends in the forest, namely a group of soldiers, singer Ed Sheeran among them.

Playing an unnamed solider, Sheeran had a chance to show off his pipes in the role, singing a tune that was pulled from the book source material, and offered Arya some cooked rabbit. He didn't have much dialogue beyond that.

Still, the appearance of a recognizable face like Sheeran was enough to irritate fans of the show's escapist world.

Khaleesi's story to an end on 'Game of Thrones'

"I mean, I have no doubt there'll be prequels and sequels and who knows what else. But I am doing one more season," Clarke tells Rolling Stone in a new profile. "And then that'll be it."

Maisie Williams: 'nothing will prepare' fans for 'Game of Thrones' season 7

The first script from the HBO drama's upcoming Season 7 was apparently so intense, the star couldn't contain her emotions. And because this is 2016, she unleashed them all on Twitter.

"Just finished reading season 7," she wrote, "s--t gets REAL."

In the course of five tweets, the actress went on to make the wait for the new season even more unbearable for fans of the show.

"I'd start preparing yourselves now," she continued. "Scratch that, nothing will prepare you for this."