Game of Thrones season eight continues next week, with episode four airing on Sunday, May 5 on HBO in the US and Monday, May 6 on Sky Atlantic in the UK. With only six episodes in the final season, Game of Thrones fans do not have long left to find out who will sit on the Iron Throne. The next episode will pick up from the epic Battle of Winterfell and the rivalry between Cersei Lannister (played by Lena Headey) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke).
How to watch Game of Thrones season 8, episode 4 online
Game of Thrones season eight, episode four will be available to watch on HBO in America and NOW TV and Sky Atlantic in the UK.
There are numerous ways to stream the next episode of Game of Thrones.
Viewers in America can watch the next episode as it airs live on HBO at 9pm Eastern Standard Time on Sunday, May 5.
Each episode of Game of Thrones is also available to watch online via HBO GO and HBO Now.
US streaming service Hulu also has added HBO as an additional option for $14.99 per month.
GoT SEASON 8 EPISODE 4 RELEASE DATE
Fans of Game of Thrones in the UK are able to watch the episode at exactly the same time as the show airs in America on NOW TV, Sky Atlantic and Sky Go.
Due to the time difference, the episode will be available at 2am on Monday, May 6.
Viewers can watch the episode as it airs on Sky Atlantic or stream it via NOW TV.
You can sign up to NOW TV from £7.99 per month after a seven-day free trial.
Sky customers are able to stream the episode from 2am as well via the Sky Go app.
If you aren’t able to watch the episode in the early hours, episode four of Game of Thrones will be shown at 9pm on Monday evening on Sky Atlantic.
The previous seven seasons of Game of Thrones alongside the first three episodes of the eighth and final season are available to watch on NOW TV now.
WHO DIED AT THE BATTLE OF WINTERFELL?
WARNING: This article contains spoilers about GoT season 8
What will happen in Game of Thrones season 8, episode 4?
Game of Thrones episode three premiered last night (Sunday, April 28) on HBO and in the early hours of this morning (Monday, April 29) on NOW TV and Sky Atlantic.
Episode three will be shown tonight at 9pm on Sky Atlantic.
The third instalment was 82 minutes long in length and saw the highly anticipated Battle of Winterfell come to life.
In the end, the Night King (Vladimir Furdik) and the white walkers were finally defeated after a gruesome and bloody battle where many favourite characters were killed in the process.
WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN GoT EPISODE 4?
The teaser trailer for episode four reveals the Targaryens are finally coming for the Iron Throne at Red Keep, King’s Landing.
Daenerys is heard telling her supporters, including Jon Snow (Kit Harington) Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Arya Stark (Masie Williams): “We have won the great war, now we will win the last war.”
Daenerys will go head to head with Cersei for the Iron Throne, bringing her dragons in tow.
However, Cersai is determined to not be defeated with the trailer coming to an end with Cersai warning “We’ll rip her out, root and stem.”