"Game of Thrones" series finale has left many people feeling extremely disappointed, trying to make sense of it all. But now a new theory has emerged claiming that season 8 episode 6 titled "The Iron Throne" was not the show's last ever episode at all, but Bran Stark's dream. And while this theory does sound pretty out there, it's backed up with some solid evidence that simply cannot be ignored, so without further ado, let's dive right into it.

'A Dream of Spring'

This theory, courtesy of Reddit user MrSilenceT, is based on the premise that "Game of Thrones" season 8 episode 6 was, in fact, Bran Stark's dream, in its entirety.

And while it sure started like a nightmare with post-apocalyptic imagery and all, it later turned into the best possible dream for the young Stark.

I mean think about it, the guy is crowned King in the end despite it making little to no sense, he's surrounded by friends, and every single member of the Stark family got the happy ending. Sansa is Queen in the North, the only part of the Kingdom she truly cared about, Arya got to explore the unknown world like she always wanted, and Jon, well, Jon has always been better off North of the Wall anyways and now he's wandering care-free with Tormund and "the goodest boy" Ghost.

On top of that, the episode was packed with inconsistencies and plotholes, the dialogue and the pacing were incredibly slow, the weather kept changing.

Northern Army vanishing out of Kings Landing, Arya popping up out of nowhere, Greyworm teleporting, Drogon burning the Iron Throne instead of Jon Snow, Sam becoming a Grand Master within weeks, these are just some of the inconsistencies that you can only be found in a mediocre show, or, within a dream. As MrSilenceT puts it, it is "the best dream to have and the worst to wake up from."

But even if all of this is true, and episode 6 was indeed a dream, what does it matter?

It's not like there will be another episode of "Game of Thrones" to explain it all, right?

Well, according to this theory, we are in for a big surprise - a secret episode of "Game of Thrones" that will air on June 2. Sounds crazy, I know. Until you look at all the clues.

Secret 'Game of Thrones' episode

First, let's take a look at this interview Littlefinger actor Aidan Gillen gave to the Irish Echo.

When asked whether he will be watching "Game of Thrones" season 8, the Irish actor said that he will be watching it weekly, "except for that week they don't show it and I'll be saying, 'Why are they taking a break halfway through the season?"

Also, there's an interview with Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) published just a few days ago on the official "Game of Thrones" site. The last sentence of the article is curious, to say the least. It reads: "The last episode of "Game of Thrones" premieres Sunday at 9 pm." An honest mistake or something else?

Speaking of "Game of Thrones" official website, they've also made a "mistake" in their other article as well. Despite the article being about season 8 episode 6, the picture of Jaime Lannister's page in the Book of Brothers doesn't show what Brienne wrote about him in "The Iron Throne." It is as if it didn't happen at all.

What's interesting is that Newsweek actually asked HBO to comment on this theory.

They haven't received a response.

Still not convinced that there will be another episode of "Game of Thrones?" Then you should definitely check out MrSilenceT's post on Reddit for more mind-blowing clues.