Game Of Thrones Season 8: The final season of Game of Thrones live, and it involves getting some form of HBO subscription. Season 8, which will close out the series, begins airing on Sunday, April 14th, at 9PM ET. The eighth season will consist of six episodes, which will air on Sundays at 9PM ET. The series will wrap on May 19th.
If you’re a little late to the Game of Thrones party, and you’re panicking as you try to remember where the story physically left Daenerys Targaryen, Jaime Lannister, Jon Snow, and other key players, you aren’t alone. Fortunately, there are ways to get caught up without binging almost three days’ worth of episodes. There’s still time to read a few recaps or watch a few videos as a reminder.
Similarly, if you’re late to setting up your viewing plan for the show, you still have a number of ways to get access, either through streaming services or via HBO itself. Here are various ways to subscribe, with a breakdown of costs, added benefits, and when to unsubscribe to avoid extra charges.
It’s been two years since Jon Snow trended on Twitter, but at last, the Long Night is over. The countdown to season 8 has almost come to an end. Game of Thrones returns to HBO and Sky Atlantic with its eighth and final season tonight.
While it may bring a tear to your eye, at least your Mondays will now be filled with some fire-breathing, white-walker fighting excitement for the next two months.
HBO released their first official trailer, titled Crypts of Winterfell, in January, prompting every Game of Thrones subreddit to erupt in a frenzy of fan theories. The clip, one minute and thirty seconds long, shows Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) in the crypt beneath their ancestral home, while the late Catelyn Stark discusses the important issue of lineage.