The much-awaited “Game of Thrones” Season 6 will soon hit the small screen on Sunday (April 24) and everyone is thrilled for this very moment.
You definitely don’t want to miss the first episode of the sixth season, which is titled “The Red Woman.” So where can you watch “Game of Thrones” Season 6? You can catch the premiere episode of GoT online and its live stream channels.
In the US
Those who live in the U.S. and are HBO subscribers, “Game of Thrones” will come to your TV set on Sunday, April 24 at 9 p.m in the East Coast and 6 pm in West Coast. But if you don’t have time to watch GoT this time, existing subscribers can catch up on HBO GO. In addition, there’s HBO GO app where viewers can watch episodes on their mobile devices.
If you don’t have an HBO subscription, the network offers HBO NOW. It offers viewers the chance to catch up with HBO’s best offerings without having to commit to a TV package.
The service offers new HBO broadcasts as they air, so new episodes of Game of Thrones will be available on HBO NOW at the same time as it is broadcast on TV and will be able to stream at your leisure thereafter.
In addition, HBO NOW allows you to stream all of the previous five seasons in case you missed the previous season, Newsweek wrote.
If you want to watch GoT for free, you can sign up for HBO NOW 30-day trial. For new subscribers of HBO NOW, the first month is completely free. This will give you at least four episodes of new Game of Thrones season, Gospel Herald reported.
The free trial is available on Amazon Fire, Android devices, Apple devices, Roku and other devices without the need for a cable or satellite subscription. Just a reminded, it is only open to U.S. viewers.
If you’re on AT&T, DirecTV, Dish, or Verizon Fios, then HBO should be available on your television sometime this Friday, Bustle wrote.
In the UK
If you are in the UK, you need to be signed up to Sky’s entertainment package, Newsweek added.
The premiere episode will air simultaneously in the US and in the UK, which means it will air in England on Monday (April 25) at 2 a.m. There will also be a re-broadcast in the UK on April 25 at 9 p.m.