The original origins of some key characters names might give hints to their fates in Game of Thrones.
Even before blockbuster films and television, readers and writers hated reviewers plot-spoiling.
Our minds are wired to anticipate what’s coming next – and fill in the gaps when we don’t have all the information.
Contrary to popular belief, several recent studies suggest that plot spoilers don’t always make us like a film or books less – and may even make us like it more.
Reading this with your eyes half closed for fear of plot spoilers? There’s something wrong with you.
What is the statute of limitations on spoilers? When can you comment on what you’ve watched? And at what point is our fear of ruining other people’s television experience hindering our own?