Is Game Of Thrones On Netflix

Is Game Of Thrones On Netflix

Published on November 18, 2022 12:39 PM by Andrew Koschiev

Whether you could not quite handle how the movie ended or were the viewers of all the blood and betraying from day one, Game of Thrones was an absolute phenomenon. 

The amazing series won 59 Emmys across its run, instantly becoming one of the most gossiped-about shows of the last decade upon its premiere. 

The series was persuaded by legendary fantasy writer George R. R. Martin's movies of novels. While we wait forever for the last book, the next best option is to reconsider the saga by binging all eight seasons of the hit show. 

Is Game Of Thrones On Netflix?

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Nope! Game of Thrones fans or the new audience will need to head to other live platforms to avoid snatching the reverie series. 

How To Watch Game Of Thrones In The US 

Like all of HBO's bellwether shows, Game of Thrones is available on HBO Max in the USA.

An HBO Max subscription costs $14.99 monthly but nets you bout a huge amount of amazing content. Not only will you be able to melody into Game of Thrones, but you will also be able to enjoy Watchmen, It's A Sin, Kaley Cuoco's The Flight Attendant, and many more.  

There is also a huge range of films premiered on the platform, including every single Warner Bros movie being live in 2021, a whole host of classics together with the Alien franchise, Jaws, every Lord of the Rings movie, and more new movies like Jojo Rabbit and Mad Max: Fury Road.

HBO Max can be installed on various devices, whether you have iOS or Android handsets and tablets, PlayStation and Xbox games consoles, choose Samsung smart TVs, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV instruments and Fire tablets, and Roku. You can also enjoy it in-browser and via Chromecast.

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If you prefer to buy episodes or whole seasons individually, you can purchase them on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Prime Video.

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How To Enjoy Game Of Thrones In The UK 

Game of Thrones is premiered to stream on NOW TV in the UK. NOW TV is a contract-free live service that offers UK users a range of amazing content and the chance to contrive exactly what they want from their watching experience. 

All you will need to work on to watch Game of Thrones is choosing a NOW TV Entertainment Pass for £9.99 (after a seven-day free trial), and you will be able to enjoy all eight seasons of the fantasy sensation hassle-free. 

Moreover, if you add NOW TV Boost to your pass for £3 more, you can watch in full 1080p HD and stream on three devices simultaneously! 

One of the facile ways to see NOW TV is with a NOW TV Smart Stick. By corking one of these devices into your TV, you can premiere content from whatever NOW TV pass you pick over WiFi!

NOW TV is also premiered on: the NOW TV set-top box, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV devices, Roku, BT, and YouView set-top boxes, on PlayStation and Xbox consoles, select smart TVs, and via Chromecast. You can enjoy the NOW TV viewers on laptops (not Chromebooks) or through the NOW TV app on iOS and Android devices. 

How Many Seasons Of Game Of Thrones Are There? 

Game of Thrones has 73 episodes and eight seasons. They were the first to live between 2011 and 2019. 

Who Was In Game Of Thrones?  

Game of Thrones featured an ensemble cast that included Kit Harington, played by Jon Snow; Emilia Clarke, played by Daenerys Targaryen; Maisie Williams, played by Arya Stark; Sophie Turner, played by Sansa Stark; Peter Dinklage played by Tyrion Lannister, Gwendoline Christie played by Brienne of Tarth, Iain Glen played by Jorah Mormont, Lena Headey played by Cersei Lannister, Sean Bean played by Ned Stark, Carice van Houten played by Melisandre, Charles Dance played by Tywin Lannister, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau played by Jaime Lannister, Jack Gleeson played by Joffrey Baratheon and Kristian Nairn played by Hodor.  

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