HBO has been serious about keeping the final season of Game Of Thrones spoiler-free. Nobody really knows how the series will finish, other than those involved in its production, and the entire cast has signed non-disclosure agreements. The NDAs have even extended to family members and friends because according to Sophie Turner, her fiancé Joe Jonas has also signed a document stating that he will keep his mouth shut. When Maisie Williams was a guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, she accidentally revealed some major information that should have been kept a secret. At the end of the day though, she ended up being saved by the calendar.


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Fallon was prodding for exclusive information about the final season of Game of Thrones when Williams, who plays Arya, dropped some big news. "During shooting, like the final days were really emotional saying goodbye to all of the cast because when I found out that Arya died in, like, the second episode, I was..." said the actress before catching herself. She was just as shocked about the slip as everybody in the audience. Eventually, she ran off stage and when she re-emerged, she and Jimmy fooled everyone by revealing that it was all just a prank. We're still gonna keep an eye on Arya in the second episode though.

Today, Oreo officially unveiled their collaboration with Game of Thrones, showing four exclusive new cookies with engravings of each Great House battling for the Iron Throne. Tracy Morgan also made a recent appearance on The Tonight Show, roasting Jussie Smollett to many laughs from the audience.

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