All caught up with the latest happenings in Westeros? An hour of reuniting characters, scenes dripping in tension and pure action later and we’re ready for some more. With episode 1 out of the way and the second episode airing this weekend, this is the place to be for all of your know-how on how to watch Game of Thrones online.
For those who still haven’t watched the first episode, we commend you on your impressive week-long spoiler dodging escapades. The good news is that watching it on catch up is easy, you can find a full list of where to watch the first part of the new season down below. But for those Game of Thrones aficionados out there watching live each week, we’re here to tell you where to go to watch episode two online. Episodes air every Sunday which means tuning in on Sunday, April 21.
The trouble is that thanks to live streamed episodes and time zones your viewing time can be anytime day or night depending on where you live – you can see a full list of viewing times and where to watch down below.
So if you’ve got everything ready for the new episode this weekend (popcorn and all) and just lack the streaming service and time, you can find everything you need to know about how to watch Game of Thrones online on this page.
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Watch Game of Thrones online: stream outside your country
Want to watch Game of Thrones online in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or India? We've found all of your best options and listed them below.
But, if you find yourself in the unfortunate circumstances where you've booked a holiday over the duration of Game of Thrones season 8, then things get a bit more difficult. For those unlucky fans, all hope isn't lost yet. You will find that watching Game of Thrones won't be an option thanks to geo-blocking. This means that broadcasters do tend to try and stop you from watching in other countries, putting up some virtual roadblocks.
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How to watch seasons 1-7 of Game of Thrones online
If you want to do some super speedy re-watching of the old seasons, we can tell you the best places to watch seasons 1-7 of Game of Thrones but be warned, there is a lot of content to catch up on.
Luckily, most of the streaming services above offer seasons 1-7 of the show, that means you can watch all of the old episodes and then smoothly move into the new season. Below we've listed each country with all of the different viewing platforms for the old seasons:
US: The US has a tonne of options when it comes to the old seasons with: HBO GO, HBO Amazon channel, Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play Store, Microsoft Store.
UK: With just as much choice, in the UK you can watch old episodes on. Your best bets are either NowTV or Sky Go. Other options include Amazon Prime, iTunes, Sky Store, PlayStation, Microsoft Store, Chili, TalkTalk TV or the Google Play Store.
Canada: The options in Canada are a bit more limited, choose between: Crave Plus, iTunes, PlayStation, Microsoft Store or Google Play Store.
Australia: Pretty similar to Canada, choose between Foxtel Now, iTunes, Microsoft Store, PlayStation or the Google Play Store.
New Zealand: SoHo…yep that is pretty much your only option in New Zealand. But if you want to watch the new season you might as well watch the whole show right?
India: Just Hotstar, but when its so cheap, do you really need to shop around?
Elsewhere: Live somewhere not on this list? Try giving a VPN a try and connecting to one of the countries below with plenty of options for watching the show.
Game of Thrones Season 8 episode 2 preview – get yourself excited for the next episode
Episode 1 got you craving some more action? Watch the trailer above to see what to expect this week. With all of the Starks, dragons and White Walkers, we feel like season 8 is going to be more than worth the wait.
Scroll up to see where to watch the first episode where you live.