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How to Watch Game of Thrones From the Very Beginning

Hold the door!

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Amanda Bell

At this point, there are essentially two kinds of people in this world -- people who are losing their minds with anticipation for Game of Thrones' upcoming eighth and final season and people who haven't watched the show yet.

If you're in the former category, well, welcome to the club. It's getting a bit chilly here, don'tcha think? For those in the latter, not to worry; it's still not too late to find out what all the fuss is about with HBO's fantasy epic series. We'll hold the door for you (a reference you'll totally appreciate later).

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No matter which side of the wall you find yourself on right now, you may be ready to binge all seven seasons of action from Game of Thrones before Season 8 arrives to bring all the pieces on the board to the endgame at long last, and we're here to help.

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Watching Game of Thrones from the very beginning is pretty simple. HBO currently has all seven seasons available to subscribers on both HBO Go (for cable subscribers) and HBO Now online, through their respective device apps, or with an Amazon Prime Video + HBO subscription.

Game of Thrones Season 8 will premiere on Sunday, April 15 with the first of six mega-sized episodes, so if you watch an episode a day, there's still plenty of time to revisit (or finally check out) the series' journey from a simpler battle for the Iron Throne to the bigger fight for the salvation of all Westerosians. The watch is on.

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