Spoilers are coming.

The first four episodes of ​the highly anticipated fifth season of “​Game of Thrones​” leaked online Saturday night — ​a full 24 hours before the show’s HBO premiere.

The cable network quickly ruled out a Sony-style hacker attack and instead pointed the finger at screeners sent out to the media.

“Sadly, it seems the leaked four episodes of the upcoming season of ‘​Game of Thrones​’​ originated from within a group approved by HBO to receive them,” HBO wrote in a statement. “We’re actively assessing how this breach occurred.”

The stunningly violent “Game of Thrones” has held the crown for more than three years as the most-pirated show on TV, as many fans don’t have access to HBO.

But the premium cable network has been working to change that, launching its stand-alone streaming service — HBO NOW — last week. The service gives users their first opportunity to watch the show without a cable subscription, offering a 30-day free trial before requiring people to cough up $14.99 per month. It is currently only available via iTunes and Cablevision’s Optimum Online Internet service.

Fans of the fantasy series quickly snatched up the leaked episodes, with more than 1 million downloads since the sneak peek was illegally released Saturday night, according to download site TorrentFreak.

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