The biggest television show in the world got hacked. HBO faced yet another hacking incident lately with "Game of Thrones" season 7 episodes getting leaked online. The people who have penetrated the system is said to have stolen 1.5 terabytes of data from the network. These data include not just "Game of Thrones" episodes, but emails, information, and episodes from other shows like "Ballers" and "Room 104." The hackers are reported to be asking HBO for money in exchange of these data and have threatened to leak all of them if not paid.

With this massive information at risk, one of the actors from the hit show "Game of Thrones" season 7 shared his thoughts about the problem.

He explained how all of this has been very ironic and what could HBO do to stop this from happening again.

HBO should use the old school method

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau shared his thoughts about the incidents in an interview with Entertainment Weekly’s Morning Live show. The Danish actor is known world wide for playing Jaime Lannister on the show. According to him, HBO should solve the problem the way mail was handled in the past.

“Just give us the hard copies instead of all this email and digital stuff,” Coster-Waldau said. He explained that HBO might do this in a few years after all the attack. The actor also shared how the hacks were ironic because the network has been very tight in giving out the scripts to the cast.

He even recalled how the company asked the actors to set up several email accounts in order to get them. HBO had to check the emails many times before sending them out.

HBO gets attacked again

Other than "Game of Thrones" season 7 and other network information, the hackers have also been reported to have taken over HBO’s twitter account.

A group of hackers called OurMine took over company's main twitter and other show related accounts and posted a note hashtagging the word: #HBOHacked, “Hi OureMine are here, we are just testing your security, HBO team, please contact us to upgrade the security.”

The message was removed an hour after it was posted. HBO’s representative has said that they are currently investigating the new attack.

Despite all of the attacks, HBO continues to air "Game of Thrones" season 7 every week. Even though some of the episodes have already been leaked, a lot of fans are still tuning in every Sunday night to watch it. With episode 6 fast approaching, a lot of viewers are psyched to know what will happen to Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) and his little army after entering the wall. Will everybody survive by the end of the episode?