With the trailers for eighth and the final season of Games Of Thrones hitting the air on April 11 this year, the curiosity among the viewers are augmenting, with every day passing. The sole reason being who is destined to sit in that Iron Throne. For those who are still ignorant about the American drama series. So here there is an excerpt to give you a preliminary idea about this legendary source of entertainment.
This is basically the American version of Indian Mahabharata epic saga. Offcourse with much more intensity in terms of portrayed situations relative to conspiracy, death, brutal killing, and emotions. The differentiators between the two versions of legendary sagas are undoubtedly the liberty to show nudity on an open over the screen. Game of Thrones is an American fantasy drama television series based on A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin’s series of fantasy novels. The series already has completed a total of seven seasons and the eighth one is going to be on air this year.
A quick recap…
The journey to the Final Season
The seventh season of Game of Thrones feels like it has been draped up a lifetime ago.
After the seventh season finale, the scenes summarized,
- Tyrion was seen lingering outside Daenerys’s door while she and Jon Snow had their special moment.
The blind speculation from the audiences directed that Tyrion’s actions may have been fueled by his growing romantic feelings for Daenerys.
To which, the finale director Jeremy Podeswa reverted as
“I think there’s jealousy, but it’s maybe not romantic jealousy, in the way that it is for Jorah, for example,” in his interview at Daily Beast.
- Season seven’s battles were bigger and crazier than any the show’s ever done before—the loot train
- The ice dragon—and it seems that season eight will continue in that vein.
Kit Harington-The man who knows nothing told The Huffington Post of season seven.
“We’re trying new things, experimenting with new camera techniques. I think we’re trying to break boundaries and push past boundaries in these final two seasons.”
HBO confirmed in January 2018 that the final season of the show would not air until the milestone of 2019 reaches.
On Nov. 13, under the campaign #ForTheThrone, HBO finally confirmed that the eighth and final season will premiere in April 2019.
Two months later, a premiere date (April 14), was finally born.
Some of the probable scenes speculated:
- Season eight will open in Winterfell with Danearys
- The Dragonpit will make another appearance.
- The Unsullied will battle in the snow for the first time.
- There’s going to be a big battle at Winterfell
- King’s Landing has a new domed building.
- Melisandre will probably be back.
- The actor who plays Euron Greyjoy thinks he’s going to die
- Tormund Giantsbane probably survived the collapse of the Wall
- There could be a battle at the gates of King’s Landing that spills over into the city.
- There will be more flashbacks.
The curiosity increases?Fair enough!!
Although people who have never watched it are quickly participating in the rat race.
But, then there are those who are eager to uncover the reason the craziness and are wondering how they can watch Game of Thrones online.
Here’s how you can watch Game of Thrones online — legally — including the latest season.
1. Watch it on Hotstar
The most feasible option for, watching all episodes. The availability of episodes on Hotstar is quite quick just “minutes after” it airs in the US. Just download the Hotstar app or visit the website and register for an account. The premium subscription would cost you INR 999 for 12 months, giving you access to not only Game of Thrones but also many other popular American TV shows and movies. Monthly subscriptions are available too. In addition, Hotstar also 7 days of free trial for testing purposes.
2. Seasons Available on iTunes
You can also skip the rest of HBO’s offerings and just buy “Game of Thrones.” Individual episodes are for sale from pay-per-view services such as Amazon Video, Google Play, and iTunes as downloads for about 200$ for the entire season.
3. Amazon’s DVD Or Blu-ray
Another option is to purchase the show on DVD or Blu-ray—you’ll pay around 7000INR for the entire series up to now, meaning seasons 1 through 7.
4. Cable Service Add on
Another way to watch “Game of Thrones” is to sign up for HBO as an add-on with the cable TV network.
5. Video Streaming Services
YouTube TV offers access to live TV from up to 50 providers, including all the major networks. You have the option of availing a cloud DVR with unlimited storage so that you can set up to six individual accounts for sharing with friends. You can use US Servers to watch the episodes
6. Amazon Prime
Unfortunately, for Indians, neither of these subscription services directly includes “Game of Thrones,” and for the subscribers
However, Prime members can avail the option to watch”Game of Thrones” by adding HBO via Amazon Channels for $15 per month. This is basically the same as HBO Now for US subscribers, but you have the convenience of paying for it through your Amazon account.
MovieFlix is a website that offers watching tv series and movies for free in high definition. English subtitles are so integrated. A perfect and feasible place to start the journey of watching Games of Thrones seasons.
JustWatch is a free-media-streaming website allowing users to access thousands of classic and the latest movies, as well as television shows, for free without registration needed. The movies can be watched in HD quality.
One more added to the list that could aid you to accomplish your increasing desire of watching the legendary saga’s seasons. Just register and get started on OpenLoadFreeTV.
So, there are your options. You wouldn’t want to miss the Season 8 of Game of Thrones. They spent an increasing amount of money on fewer episodes, so it’s gonna be much bigger in scale, If you have cut the cord, you can use one of the above services to stream the show online.
How Long Will Each Episode Be?
The eighth season will only have six episodes, some of them will be much longer than the 1-hour slot they’ve filled in previous seasons.
- Episode 1: 54 minutes
- Episode 2: 58 minutes
- Episode 3: 60 minutes
- Episode 4: 78 minutes
- Episode 5: 80 minutes
- Episode 6: 80 minutes