One of the biggest battles ever put to film or TV is nearly here – that’s why you need to know how to watch Game of Thrones season 8 episode 3. Prepare for deaths aplenty and gut punches throughout as we probably (inevitably?) see some our favourites fall in the battle against the Night King. As we are now living week to week, its vitally important you know what options are out there for you to ensure you don’t miss a beat and are able to stream Game of Thrones season 8 episode 3.
With Podrick’s hauntingly beautiful song at the end of episode 2 setting a sombre mood – clearly preparing us for the worst – and the impending battle, we’ve never looked forward to a Sunday more. As well as the clash between the living and the dead on Winterfell’s door, Ghost’s brief cameo and return, and Arya’s special dragonglass spear weapon , there are yet more questions that have come out of episode 2, and we demand some answers.
Anyway, you need to know HOW to watch Game of Thrones season 8 episode 2 and WHEN to watch it. To ensure there is zero confusion, remember that it airs today in the US at 9pm on HBO and in the UK at 2am on Monday morning on Sky Atlantic and via NOW TV – continuing the simulcasting of each episode. Once again, for those UK watchers who need it at a more civilised time, it’ll be on in the UK again at 9pm on Monday night. You’ll have to avoid contact with all social media and human beings all Monday daytime though.
If you need to re-watch episodes again in preparation before episode 3, then remember you can still watch episode 1 and 2 easily with a subscription to HBO Now and NOW TV. However, looking forward to tonight’s instalment, we have herded up the best ways for you to stream Game of Thrones season 8 episode 3. you shouldn’t run out of options and, wherever you are in the world, its not necessary to have a pre-existing subscription with a particular provider to ensure you can watch it. From starting a new HBO subscription, a handy NOW TV stick or one their temporary Entertainment passes, there is something here to help you watch the show.
How to watch Game of Thrones season 8 episode 4 via a VPN
Another method that may not be on your current radar is that of VPNs. These will allow you to watch Game of Thrones season 8 episode 3 from wherever you are in the world. If you’ve gone on holiday or are away for business, these handy systems will allow you to access streaming services no matter your location. We’ve got a handful of favourite VPNs and the following are our top recommendations.
ExpressVPN is our favourite VPN for accessing TV and film, and it’s the often ranked number one in the world generally. This is because its speedy, reliable and secure and compatible with loads of devices. They have a current offer of an extra 3 months for free at the moment, too.
IPVanish supports an enormous number of devices so is great for watching on the go, while its security aspect will keep you safe.
NordVPN is an affordable option and also includes SmartPlay tech.
Streaming Game of Thrones season 8 episode 4 in the US
Putting it bluntly: it’s an HBO show. And so the best way to stream it in the US is straight from the dragon’s mouth, by getting an HBO NOW subscription. They offer several different packages, each offering a free trials at the beginning. Prices for the pleasure start at $14.99 a month and increase depending on which package you choose – naturally. Game of Thrones Season 8, episode 1 and 2 are available on HBO to watch now, and you can do this with every episode in the future, being able to re-watch it on catch up again or easily watch it at your convenience if you can’t get it ‘live’. If you’re out of the country, don’t forget your VPN options above to help access your HBO NOW account on the go.
Streaming Game of Thrones season 8 episode 4 in the UK
UK viewers will generally have two options available: go straight to the source and subscribe to Sky TV to get the Sky Atlantic channel that’s necessary, or access it via a NOWTV Entertainment Pass. You can use these methods to get previous episodes on catch up too. NOWTV provides the best short-term option for Throners as you can get a 3-month Entertainment Pass, that includes a 7-day free trial, for just £17.99 which will neatly cover you for the whole of Game of Thrones season 8.
However, you too can still peruse the VPN options available to you, particularly if you are abroad or away from your regular services for some reason.
Streaming Game of Thrones season 8 episode 4 in Canada
For our Canadian pals, the best streaming option is found at Crave. As with other streaming services above, you can pay monthly for Crave but you can also go for an annual subscription. You won’t get free trials, but if you plump for a subscription, they will throw in one month for free. Prices vary but the packages you’ll be looking – ones including HBO – are around $20 per month. Of course, you might want to try the above VPN options if you’re on the move or unable to access due to pesky geography.
Streaming Game of Thrones season 8 episode 4 in India
Fans in India probably have the best option available to them for streaming Game of Thrones. Scooting over to Hotstar, you guys can sign up to a premium account for only ₹299 ($3) for a month or ₹999 ($14) for an entire year. The first episode has already aired and is now available on Hotstar to catch up on. Don’t forget your VPNs too, if need be.