Game of Thrones season 7: When is it on TV in the UK TONIGHT?


When is Adventurous of Thrones season 7 on TV tonight?

Winter finally arrived on television get under ways across the UK at 2am when season seven premiered on Sky Atlantic and NowTV.

Yet, those who missed out on the first episode because they were involved asleep are glad to know that it will air again at 9pm tonight on Sky Atlantic.

The first place episode, titled Dragonstone, made its debut in the US on Sunday July 16 at 9pm native time.

Every week the newest episode of Game of Thrones resolution continue to air in the US on Sundays at 9pm and will be simulcast at 2am on Sky Atlantic here in the UK.

How to alert Game of Thrones online?

Aside from terrestrial TV, viewers also drink the chance to catch up with the fantasy epic via on demand service NowTV.

You can join up up for a 14 day trial of NowTV which should give you just back enough time to watch the first six seasons of the drama.

If you wish to buy a obligation with the service, it will cost you £6.99 a month until 15th August and £7.99 thereafter.

You can withdraw your trial at any moment without any additional charge.

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Game of thrones on Sky Atlantic at 2am and 9pm

How myriad episodes does season 7 have?

The new series will only be undergoing seven episodes, three less than the usual 10 episode-run.

But in ordinance to compensate for the shorter running times, many of the episodes are extended and the season finale require be a full feature-length 81 minutes.

Season seven has much numerous ambition. There are less episodes this year, so they out more money on those episodes. So, the whole scale of it is up

Kit Harington, Jon Snow on Daring of Thrones

The series’ cast have hinted that despite the compendious run they have spent the same amount of time filming.

Kit Harington, who lightlies Jon Snow, said: “Season seven has much more ambition. There are less incidents this year, so they spent more money on those happenings. So, the whole scale of it is up.”

Iain Glen, who plays Ser Jorah Mormont, combined: “I think the scale and size of the set pieces, the world that is being sired, it’s just getting more and more extraordinary and they feel they demand that time to shoot seven hours as opposed to 10.”

So far there acquire been 60 episodes over the first six seasons, at a running shilly-shally of around 55 minutes each.

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When is Game of Thrones season 8 out?

Game of Thrones season eight is watched to premiere sometime in the summer of 2018.

The next series will be even limited and conclude the gripping story after just six episodes.

Season six of the histrionic arts overtook George R.R. Martin’s novels, leaving the showrunners to come up with an finale to the story by themselves.


The new season only has seven episodes this circumstance

He said: “The thing that has excited us from the beginning, back to the way we coordinated to HBO is, it’s not supposed to be an ongoing show, where every season it’s trying to count out new story lines. 

“We wanted it to be one giant story, without padding it out to add an walk-on 10 hours, or because people are still watching it. 

“We wanted something where, if human being watched it end to end, it would make sense as one continuous story. We’re definitely brain into the end game now.”

Game of Thrones returns to HBO on July 16 and force be simulcast in the UK at 2am on Sky Atlantic. Catch up on seasons one to six on NOW TV.