Whether you're coming to the show for the first time, or have been an avid viewer since the very beginning, there's nothing like watching Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) emerge unscathed from the fire, Jon Snow (Kit Harington) die and come back to life, Arya (Maisie Williams) slowly cross names off her hit list, and Sansa (Sophie Turner) come into her own. And that's only scratching the surface; there are also the likes of cunning Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), deceiving Cersei (Lena Headey), and oddball Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright).
With the finale still fresh in your mind, now might be the best time to start at the beginning. So, exactly where can you watch Game of Thrones in its entirety?
Ugh, don't we wish? Game of Thrones is not on Netflix. Can you just imagine Netflix asking you again and again, "Are you still watching Game of Thrones?"
Also yes! Just Like Hulu, you can add the HBO channel to your existing Amazon Prime account. The HBO add-on costs $15 a month and gives you access to all of HBO's library.
This should be an obvious question. Yes, Game of Thrones is on HBO Now. HBO Now is separate from an HBO cable subscription and works as a stand-alone package. It costs $15 per month.
Yup. If you've got an HBO cable subscription, you can access every episode of Game of Thrones via the HBO Go app.
Just like the other subscription services, you can purchase the HBO channel through PlayStation Vue. The benefit of this one is that you don't need an existing account; you can just buy the channel for $15 a month.