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“Game of Thrones” fans may finally know when Arya (Maisie Williams) will turn up next after killing Walder Frey (David Bradley) on “Game of Thrones.” HBO

“Game of Thrones” fans have been waiting months for a trailer and release date for the upcoming season of the HBO original series. While the network remains tight-lipped, it seems an oversight may have just revealed some long awaited information about the show.

According to The Sun, the “Game of Thrones” IMDb page was updated on Wednesday. Seasons 7 and 8 were added to an episode guide on the page, along with a premiere date for the upcoming season. Fans screen grabbed the web page before the mistake, which revealed a tentative June 25, 2017 release date, could be corrected. No episode titles or other proposed air dates were revealed on the site. HBO has not responded to the alleged leak.

That’s not all we know about Season 7 of “Game of Thrones” so far. During an interview with The Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw, Maisie Williams — who plays Arya Stark on the show — revealed that she’s been making “educated guesses” about what the future holds for her and other “Game of Thrones” characters since the beginning. She joked that she was hopeful showrunners would give her “a little bit of warning” if Arya was going to be killed off. While she doesn’t know what’s going to happen beyond Season 7, she assured fans that they were in for a real treat.

“I made educated guesses and we try and get answers and bits of information from the writers, but they keep it close to their chest. It’s so exciting...it’s just a great finale, it makes me excited for the series after,” Williams said, adding that “people should be very, very excited.”

In a previous interview, Williams hyped Season 7 of “Game of Thrones” as well. During a Facebook Live session on Jan. 14, she confirmed the number of episodes in the season and shared a few details about the content. While she was careful not to give much away, she promised it would be worth tuning in to.

“We only have seven episodes this time,” she said (via NME). “But we’re shooting for just as long, so there’s just as much content. And you guys will not be disappointed.”

That information echoed what was previously shared by her co-star Iain Glen while speaking to Radio Times. The actor, who plays Jorah Mormont, blamed production delays on the size and scale of Season 7 sets and storylines. He confirmed seven episodes to come in the penultimate season and even fewer in Season 8.

“They are taking the length of time it takes to shoot 10 episodes to shoot just seven this year and six next year,” Glen said. “I think the scale and size of the set pieces, the world that is being created it’s just getting more and more extraordinary and they feel they need that time to shoot seven hours as opposed to 10.”

HBO has yet to confirm a release date for “Game of Thrones” Season 7.