A GAMES of Thrones counselling service has been launched for 'distraught' fans after this weekend's finale.

The iconic show is set to air the season finale on Sunday and Bark.com has said counsellors will be ready from Monday to speak with fans.

It said the service, expected to cost £40 for an hour's counselling session, is for upset fans who would like to talk about the series ending and 'receive expert advice on how to deal with the loss of the show'.

The online local services site said: "All counsellors will be familiar with the show, so will be able to discuss plot twists and storylines, to help their clients digest their interpretation."

Game of Thrones first aired in 2011, and will conclude on Sunday, May 19, after eight seasons.

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