The new clip reportedly shows crucial scenes from upcoming episodes and since the spoilers are now all over the place online, many fans have checked them out - with some now threatening to boycott the last couple of episodes after finding out what happens next.
Now at least some fans of the show can put their focus back on the tension of the scene rather than wondering how Daenerys takes her coffee.
The coffee cup can still be seen on Hotstar, as of when this story was published.
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The greatest fighters in Game of Thrones believe wine is the best celebratory drink.
The first teaser trailer for the next episode of Games of Thrones sees Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and forces loyal to Emilia Clarke's Daenerys Targaryen arrive at King's Landing, with carnage nearly certain to follow. Coffee, not so much, but some viewers were able to spot a Starbucks cup sitting on the banquet table like nobody's business.
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Well folks, there are just two episodes left of this final season of Game of Thrones, and R'hllor only knows what showrunners Dan Weiss and David Benoiff have in store for us.
Neither HBO nor Starbucks spokespeople immediately returned a request for comment about the missing coffee cup. As the show's art director, Hauke Richter, explained to Variety, "Things can get forgotten on set". Millions of fans are still anxiously awaiting to find out who (if anyone) will end up on the Iron Throne, but some of us will now also be keeping an eye out for loose McDonald's burger wrappers and half-eaten Dairy Queen Blizzards. It's a fitting tribute to this mistake that will undoubtedly go down in TV history.
In fact, its biggest spike in Facebook mentions since 2017 occurred in July 2017 when the BBC reported that there was fecal bacteria found in iced drinks at some UK Starbucks locations.
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