To be fair we should have seen his grisly end coming; after all, Sean Bean is somewhat known for excelling at dying in movies and shows.
The first ever season of Game of Thrones premiered in the month of April, 2011 and since then, the show has remained an all time favourite of its fans. However, as the 9 p.m. airdate aproached, reports of user issues began to increase.
Conversations on Twitter Sunday morning questioned how fans could stream Game of Thrones live.
While you can't stream the channel live, you can stream the episodes through your HBO Now account.
Filled with thrills, action, adventure, surprises, drama, lots of mystery and epic moments, audiences around the globe can't wait to watch the battle against the Night King and his army of White Walkers - oh, his newly-acquired Dragon too.
In the meantime, you can catch the premiere of the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones tonight on HBO.
"Game of Throne" fans will be glued to their screens as the last and eighth season begins on the 14 April US time at 9 pm which is 2 am in the United Kingdom or 3 am in France. The regular HBO price of $14.99 per month will activate once the trial is complete, or you can cancel anytime during the trial.
This is another HBO streaming service available to USA viewers only. Though HBO has multiple prequel series in the works, it'll be some time before any of them even get a release date. The final episode sees Bran Stark and Samwell Tarly solve the mystery of Jon's roots to reveal that he's not only a Targaryen but a legitimate Targaryen named Aegon. Most users reported problems logging in to the HBO Go website, followed by apps and Smart TV apps.
According to Down Detector, an outage website, HBO Go was behaving correctly earlier on Sunday, hours ahead of the series premiere.