If you also confused how and where to watch Game of Thrones Season 8, then you are at the right place.
With the final season of Game of Thrones just a day away, we bring you a recap of the previous season to refresh your memory. Because it's a series on HBO, Game of Thrones won't be on Netflix for streaming. At Winterfell, Jon Snow and Sansa Stark have a difference in opinion on Jon pardoning House Umber and Karstark for them having fought for Ramsay at the Battle of the Bastards and Samwell Tarly discovers that there are is a pile of dragon glass stored in Dragonstone.
Game of Thrones season 8 will be airing on 14th April and has already gained enormous craze amongst its fans.
Everyone is confused and busy asking the same question who will finally claim the Iron Throne in Game of Thrones season 8? Notably, you can only watch Game of Thrones if you have subscribed the premium of the app. The HBO Now subscription costs $14.99/month and comes with free 7 days trial for new customers.
Game of Thrones season 8 is the final season. You'll have six episodes to watch - with each episode longer than they've previously been, packed full of exciting content.
You will need to log into your PSN account via a web browser to watch the video. For this, you can use HBO Go or HBO Now.
HBO Now is Home Box Office Inc. standalone subscription service that gives you access of all of HBO's series (Game of Thrones inclusive) on any connected device - smartphones, tablets, XBox One, Google Chromecast, Android TV, consoles (PlayStation 4 & Xbox One), Roku, Wondows and Mac PCs. You will have to shell out £8 per month (roughly translates INR 720).
HBO Nordic is the place to be to stream Game of Thrones season 8. Here are some platforms where you can live stream the season finale of Game of Thrones.
So, if you are excited to watch the last season of Game of Thrones, brace yourselves, buy your subscriptions.