There's A Way To Watch The First Episode Of Game Of Thrones Season Eight For Free
Assuming you've not been living under a rock for the past six months, you'll know that a popular TV show is about to make its highly anticipated return to our screens...yup after 18 long months, Game of Thrones is (almost) finally back.
The show's eighth and final season will begin airing on Sunday 14 April on 9/8c on HBO in the US - or, for fans this side of the pond 2am on Monday 15 April on Sky Atlantic.
If you don't fancy waiting up until 2 in the morning on a school night, then it will also be repeated on Sky at 9pm the same day - but that does mean you'll have to spend all day avoiding spoilers, which can be near impossible.
Now, usually, you'd need to fork out for a subscription for a Sky or HBO package to watch the hit show but Now TV is currently offering a cheeky little deal where you can enjoy a seven-day trial for its Entertainment Package absolutely free - meaning you can at least get to watch the first episode of Game of Thrones completely gratis, before you start paying £7.99 a month if you choose to carry on with it.
The package means you'll be able to tune into Sky Atlantic on your TV, phone, iPad, games console or whatever else you watch telly on normally.
You can also get your filthy hands on a Now TV smart stick bundle, which comes with a two-month Entertainment Pass for £19.99.
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So, what will the final season bring? Well, all sorts of bloody drama, apparently.
David Nutter, who directed the 'Rains Of Castamere' episode which featured the infamous Red Wedding scene, recently spoke to the Metro and was asked if there will be more of the same in the final season, to which he replied: "The short answer is - yes!"
He added: "I can't say that it's more draining or less draining to be the director of the episode, but I will say that we're all in the same boat, actors and director, when it comes to really bringing our 'A game' to the fore.
"Battle scenes are just incredibly exhausting for all concerned. Having said that, they are, at the same time, sometimes tedious - because there's so much minute detail to deal with, from both an acting and directing standpoint.
"Horses, armaments, special effects are all vying for our attention and energy, in a lot of cases, and it's true that it's exhausting trying to lasso all of these elements into a coherent whole."
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