Sky has apologized for an episode of Game of Thrones exhibited before the watershed without pin protection.
The series’ hit fantasy series was well-known for its explicit scenes and violence, as well as the colourful use of language.
The UK bans shows that feature specific content before 9pm. This is because it contains material that is not appropriate for children.
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On 19 August, Game of Thrones aired an episode on Sky Atlantic at 7:35am. To view the episode, viewers didn’t have to enter any pin codes.
There were many instances of bad language in the episode. It was also caused by an error in a software upgrade that removed the pin protection.
Sky said It should be noted that the “fully accepted strong content” should not have been broadcast before the watershed without the required mandatory PIN protection.
The media conglomerate also apologized “to those customers that viewed this content”.
They said, “It’s never our intention to offend and upset our viewers.”
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It would be the second Game of Thrones spinoff. House of the Dragon It premiered earlier this season to rave reviews and record viewing figures.
Recently, the show was nominated for two. Golden Globes Emma D’Arcy’s portrayal Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen was nominated for Best TV Drama, and Best Actress in TV Drama.
In 2023, production is expected for the second season.
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