HBO’s Game of Thrones is one of the most popular science fiction series of all time, and it has been one of our top picks for years.
Now the HBO show has found itself embroiled in an ongoing controversy.
According to an investigation by CNN, the network’s production company, Warner Bros., has been accused of misleading the public on the production of the show.
In the article, The Hollywood Reporter says, “A lawsuit filed Monday claims Warner Bros. intentionally deceived the public by falsely portraying the show as ‘science fiction.'”
The lawsuit claims that the company misrepresented its production schedule for the upcoming season of Game of Throne, which is due to air on HBO in late 2018.
The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court by attorney Steven Pomeranz, who says that “Warner Bros. knowingly lied to the public about the schedule of the upcoming HBO series, and they knew about it from its promotional materials.
In a statement to The Hollywood Post, Warner Brothers said that it will respond to the lawsuit within the next few weeks.
In the lawsuit, the attorney says that he has a number of people on the set who are not aware of the existence of the lawsuit and will be unable to comment because the production company is being represented by an outside law firm.
The suit also claims that Warner Bros.’ lack of transparency about the show’s schedule “has caused a great deal of damage to the reputation of Warner Bros.””
The production company has been deliberately misleading the world about the production schedule of HBO’s forthcoming ‘Game’ and has knowingly deceived the world in order to mislead the public,” the statement reads.
The suit also claims that Warner Bros.’ lack of transparency about the show’s schedule “has caused a great deal of damage to the reputation of Warner Bros.”
In the same statement, the studio says that it “will not comment further at this time” and that it is working with “the legal counsel” to determine the legal implications of the allegations.
According the The Hollywood Journal, a spokesperson for HBO did not immediately respond to The Verge’s request for comment.