With 82 rattling minutes, The Long Night (Season 8, Episode 3) was the longest darkest episode of Game of Thrones ever. I'll keep this spoiler free if you were busy missing the long awaited Battle for Winterfell last Sunday. Seriously, it's the only excuse to put on Bran if I did not watch TV last week.
If you are too late to the Thrones Party, you still have time to catch up on all the action in Westeros . And if you want to look ahead, the Trailer for Episode 4 shows that our heroes are soon … well, well that could be a spoiler. (Yes, Take precautions in social media ̵
1; apparently episode 4 has already leaked out.)
In both cases, you need a way to see HBO. Fortunately, there are many easy ways to subscribe, even if you do not have a cable, starting with HBO Now and HBO Go . Please note that CNET may receive a revenue share from the sale of the services featured on this page.
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Schedule of Season 8 of Game of Thrones
This final season consists of six supersize episodes. The premiere has 54 minutes, the shortest period of the season. Episode 2 is 58 minutes and the last four are about 80 minutes each. It's all over by mid-May – sniff.
Plan to eliminate your Sunday evenings at 21.00. (8:00 pm Central) in the US, from now until mid-May. Here is the schedule:
- Episode 1: Winterfell (54 minutes, now available on request)
- Episode 2: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms (58 minutes, now available ) on request)
- Episode 3: The Long Night (82 minutes, now available on request)
- Episode 4: May 5 (78 minutes)
- Episode 5: May 12 (80 minutes))
- Episode 6: May 19 (80 minutes)
(episode lengths above EW.)
The two main HBO streaming options
If you already have HBO Subscribers Get a cable or satellite TV package to get HBO Go for free. You can stream Game of Thrones along with the rest of the HBO shows to supported phones, tablets, connected TVs, and game consoles. Not only can you watch GoT's seven past seasons with HBO Go, you can also broadcast the new episodes live on HBO.
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Unlike the free streaming mentioned above, HBO Now is a stand-alone subscription to HBO – no subscription to cable or satellite television is required.
It costs $ 15 a month and you can watch HBO through the HBO-Now app or in a browser on HBONow.com. The HBO Now app is available on a range of devices, including mobile devices, smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Roku. As with HBO Go, you can stream live on the new episodes on Sunday night, just as they air on HBO.
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Add HBO to a Streaming Service
You can add HBO to 4 TV Streaming Services for an additional monthly fee. If you're a GoT fan and you're a subscriber to Sling TV or YouTube TV, then unfortunately I have to say you're out of luck: HBO does not provide any service. Here are four who do that.
Amazon Prime Video
Prime members can add HBO for $ 15 a month. A Prime membership costs $ 119 a year.
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Game of Thrones in Britain, Australia and elsewhere
Game of Thrones, according to HBO, is broadcast in all but four countries in the world – but not necessarily on HBO itself. In the UK For example, HBO shows are on Sky Atlantic and Sky Online and Sky Go and Now TV . In Australia, Game of Thrones is broadcast on television and online at Foxtel. In both countries, the show will be broadcast at the same time as in the US (ie Early Monday) and will be repeated on Monday night.
HBO restricts the use of VPNs used to stream the above services from outside the United States.
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Originally released on March 5 and regularly updated as Episodes-Air.