The watch is almost over.

Game of Thrones' eighth and final season will finally arrive on HBO this April, with six feature-length episodes that are sure to have the fanbase in a flurry every Sunday night.

Already, there are theories galore about what's ahead in the show's final bow — Will Bran become the Night King? Well Daenerys get pregnant before she finds out that she's Jon Snow's aunt by blood? Are some of your favorite characters about to bite the dust?

Whatever the answer to those questions and more may be, Game of Thrones has always been one of those shows you'll want to catch the night of so you can be part of the conversation (and avoid being spoiled by those of us who cannot contain our excitement, of course), so if you are looking for details on how to watch the show beyond just setting your DVR, we've got you covered.

Watching Game of Thrones away from your home television is simple, too. Both of HBO's digital streaming services, HBO Go and HBO Now, will air the show live alongside the televised broadcast. Those can be watched online, through their respective device apps, or with an Amazon Prime Video + HBO subscription.

Game of Thrones Season 8 premieres on HBO Sunday, April 14 at 9/8c.

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