Game of Thrones season eight, episode four airs tonight (Sunday, May 5) on HBO and on Sky Atlantic in the UK tomorrow (Monday, May 6). The next episode of Game of Thrones is 79 minutes long and will pick up from last weeks incredible Battle of Winterfell. Ahead of the third and final episode in the six-part season, fans are desperate to know how they can watch Game of Thrones season eight, episode four online. Here are all the ways you can watch the latest episode.
How to watch Game of Thrones season 8, episode 4 online
You can live stream Game of Thrones season eight, episode four on both sides of the Atlantic.
The next episode will air at 9pm Eastern Standard Time on HBO in the US tonight.
If you are watching Game of Thrones in the US, you can catch the episode as it airs on HBO or you can stream the episode via HBO Go and the HBO NOW apps.
The episode will also be available to watch on HBO’s online platforms at any time shortly after the episode has finished airing on TV.
If you do not have access to HBO but you have a subscription to Hulu, you can add HBO programming to their package for a one-week free trial.
This means Hulu users who do not yet have access to HBO can watch episode four or one of the previous three episodes for free.
After the trial is complete, you are able to add HBO to your Hulu subscription for $14.99 per month
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Luckily, episode four of Game of Thrones will be simulcast, meaning fans in the UK will be able to watch the episode as it airs in the US.
Due to the time difference, this means UK viewers will be able to watch Game of Thrones episode four at 2am on Monday morning (May, 6) on Sky Atlantic.
Sky Go customers will be able to stream the episode via the Sky Go app or watch it as it airs live on TV.
Episode four will also be available on the Sky Go platform shortly after the episode has finished airing.
NOW TV customers will also be able to watch the latest episode of Game of Thrones after the episode has aired on Sky Atlantic.
You can sign up to a seven day free trial of NOW TV to watch episode four of Game of Thrones.
After the trial is complete, you are able to subscribe to NOW TV from £7.99 per month.
The previous seven seasons of Game of Thrones are available ow watch on NOW TV.
Sky Atlantic will broadcast the episode again on Monday evening at 9pm.
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At the end of the trailer, Cersei warns: “We’ll rip her out root and stem.”
Actress Lena Headey who plays Cersei also teased what may happen in episode four.
She posted a picture of her and right-hand man Euron Grejoy (Pilou Ashbaek) which read: “Photo by joybag@helenstills … Cersei thinking about pizza and not sharing it with @pilouasbaek .. Ep 4 toneet… after the epic and heart attack inducing Ep 3 … what will happen .. Will Cersei and Euron get their Scooby snacks …”
Viewers will have to wait and find out to see what measures Cersei will take to protect the Iron Throne.
Game of Thrones season 8 airs on HBO in the US on Sundays 9pm ET and on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV in the UK on Mondays at 2am & 9pm BST.
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