One of the most talked-about twists during the final episode of this season’s Game of Thrones was the death of Littlefinger. What was expected to be Arya’s trial quickly turned into an expose’ of all the dreadful sins of the scheming Lord Petyr Baelish, which cost him his life in the end.

But viewers were left to wonder how Sansa Stark eventually came to know of Littlefinger’s chaos-sowing plans. The most reasonable assumption is that Bran, with his visions as the Three-Eyed Raven, revealed them to Sansa. This was actually the case, according to Isaac Hempstead Wright.

Apparently, there was a scene between Sansa and Bran prior to Littlefinger’s brief trial and execution but it did not get in after the final cut of “The Dragon and the Wolf.”

Bran revealed everything

Isaac Hempstead Wright -- who played Bran Stark in “Game of Thrones” -- told Variety in a post-season interview that a scene was filmed where Sansa Stark sought the help of her all-seeing brother. The actor said it “clearly got cut.”

Wright said in the interview, "We actually did a scene that clearly got cut, a short scene with Sansa where she knocks on Bran’s door and says, “I need your help.”

The actor explained that Sansa decided to talk first to Bran because of his visions before she went after Arya.

Bran revealed to Sansa everything she needed to know.

Maybe HBO should include this deleted scene in a special edition of “Game of Thrones” season 7.

Bran and Sam

Isaac Hempstead Wright described his scene with John Bradley West who plays Samwell Tarly as “really touching and really cool.” He said that both Bran and Sam share something in common like using their wits as their weapons.

“And the way they do battle is through knowledge,” Wright said. Wait until Tyrion Lannister arrives in Winterfell.

Hempstead Wright said the arrival of Sam in Winterfell with his important piece of information made Bran realize that there is something he apparently needs to do apart from spying on the Night King and waiting for the Great War.

Who will tell Jon Snow?

As to the question of who will eventually spill the beans to Jon Snow, Isaac Hempstead Wright thinks it would be better if Samwell Tarly revealed it to his best friend. “I don’t know that Bran has quite got the charisma anymore,” the actor opined further.

"Game of Thrones" season 8 is set to start filming this October though there is no definitive announcement yet whether it will air next year or in 2019.