HBO have released two dramatic spoiler pictures from the final episode of Game Of Thrones.
The incredible season is coming to an end on Sunday as it is set to air its sixth and final episode of season eight.
Now, show bosses have teased what is to come with two epic images, which are sure to whet the appetite of any superfan.
In one image, Daenerys is pictured looking out at a burning Kings Landing, with her gigantic army assembled on the ground in front of her.
She appears to be about to give her victory speech as she stands tall and proud against the ashen backdrop.
Meanwhile, in the second snap, war-torn Tyrion looks far less triumphant as he stands in front of a pile of rubble with a forlorn expression on his face.
The pictures come after a trailer was released in the wake of the last episode, further hinting at what was to come.
The footage also showed Daenarys taking her throne, hinting at a New Winter.
There was speculation earlier this month that the ending had "leaked" online, with some Twitter users alleging they had seen massive spoilers from the final episode.
And the spoiler is said to have angered some superfans, who claim the ending is set to be a huge disappointment, if the leak is correct.
One wrote: "I just read all the leaks for game of thrones. I don’t want the ending anymore. Cancel the show… if all of that is true… people are gonna have a bad taste in their mouth after putting so much of their time into this show #GOT #GAMEOFTHRONES"
The final season of Game Of Thrones has been rocked by leaks from the very start.
The premier accidentally aired four hours early on some streaming sites, while the second episode leaked before it was aired.
A major death from episode 4 was also ruined when a video appeared online hours before it was broadcast.
However, many fans will be keen to keep the season finale shrouded in mystery until it airs on Sunday.
* Game Of Thrones continues weekly on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV
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