The books had been in the public domain for nearly fifteen years when the show started and yet anyone who wasn’t being a dick agreed that it was a good thing not to spoil the show for people who wanted to watch the first season without being told anything that was going to happen. You’re using months now as an excuse?
It’s not tough to avoid spoilers. That’s the mark of a decent company; not to mention one that doesn’t reek of desperation for clicks. It’s even easier - just about the easiest thing in the world in fact - to put a proper spoiler notice at the start of an article so that there’s no reason that anyone who’s studiously avoided spoilers should have reason to complain.
What in the actual fuck are you talking about?