Where to watch 'Game of Thrones' Season 8: Here's where to livestream the final battle of Winterfell
Two years for the final season is a long wait and to help refresh your memory, here's a quick guide on where and what time you can watch the show; television and OTTs included
This spring, Winter is coming and will last till mid-May. After 'Avengers: Endgame', the next big, much-awaited production in the world is 'Game Of Thrones', which will hit small screens with its eighth and final season on April 15, 2019. For those of you who have religiously watched (or binge-watched) the previous seasons, and are eager to watch the proceedings as Daenerys Targaryen, the Starks, and Jon Snow get ready to face-off against the Lannisters and the Army of the Dead in the final battle of Winterfell, here's a list of viewing options where you can catch the bloody affair.
For fans in the United States:
America, come Monday, please tune into HBO at 9 pm Eastern time on April 15.
And for those of you in the United Kingdom:
Bit of an ungodly hour, we reckon, but you can tune into Sky Atlantic and NOW TV at 2 am on April 15.
Where can India watch it?
The show will be simulcast and each episode will be available to stream via Hotstar at 6.30 am. The first episode will be live at 6.30 am on April 15, which will be the season-opener that will pick up where the last episode of Season 7 ended.
What about Australia?
HBO Now and Foxtel, which is a paid on-demand streaming service.
As for the rest of the world...
For those of you who have access to HBO, the two main streaming options are HBO Go and HBO Now. And if you have subscribed to the channel already, then you get HBO Go for free that lets you stream 'Game of Thrones' along with the other shows on HBO.
The other paid streaming services include Hulu, DirecTV NOW, PlayStation Vue and Amazon Prime Video.
For the record, HBO restricts the use of VPNs used to stream any of the above services from outside the United States.