Concept

Spoiler (media)

Summary
A spoiler is an element of a disseminated summary or description of any narrative that reveals plot elements, with the implication that the experience of discovering the plot naturally, as the creator intended it, has been spoiled. Typically, the details of the conclusion of the plot, including the climax and ending, are especially regarded as spoiler material. Plot twists are also prone to spoilers. More broadly, the term can also be used to refer to any piece of information, regarding any part of a given media, that a potential consumer was not intended to know beforehand. History One of the first print uses of the term was in the April 1971 issue of National Lampoon, in which an article by Doug Kenney entitled "Spoilers" revealed the endings of famous films and movies. Kenney wrote: "Spoilers! What are they? Simply the trick ending to every mystery novel and movie you’re ever liable to see. Saves time and money!" The term spoiler was introduced in the early days of the
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