Season 8 of Game of Thrones is finally here with billions of questions popping up in every episode.

Like, literally, what has happened to the Dothraki?

Nevertheless, series 8 will continue with three more glorious episodes to go – and we’re sure plenty more questions will pop up!

Here’s everything you need to know about watching Game of Thrones season 8 episode 5 online.

Screenshot: HBO Youtube - Game of Thrones Season 8 episode 2
Screenshot: HBO Youtube – Game of Thrones Season 8 episode 2


Now TV is the main way of accessing all the amazing episodes of Game Of Thrones season 8 online – including episode 4!

The platform streams new episodes weekly, meaning episode 5 of season 8 will be available to watch on Monday, May 5th when the episode premieres on TV.

The platform is available on subscription for £7.99 a month, however, it is currently offering users 1 week free, meaning you can bag at least one episode for no money at all.

Screenshot: HBO Youtube – Game of Thrones Season 8 episode 2


Another way of watching Game of Thrones season 8 online is via SkyGo, as the app allows Sky TV customers to stream the episodes live as they air on Sky Atlantic.

Sky broadcasts the episodes in the UK as they are broadcast in America, meaning you can watch season 8 episode 5 on Monday, May 12th at 14:00 am!

But if you are wanting to watch the show at a more civilised hour, it will show again on Sky Atlantic on Monday, May 12th at 21:00 pm.

The episode will then be available to watch anytime via the apps On Demand section.

Screenshot: HBO Youtube – Game of Thrones Season 8 episode 2

Catch up with Amazon and iTunes

Although not currently showing season 8 of Game of Thrones, there are online services showing all of the previous seasons.

So if you need to remind yourself what has happened over the last seven seasons, you can do so via Amazon, which has series 1-7 available on Prime Video.

However, if you are not a prime customer, all previous season of GOT are available to purchase via iTunes.


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Alicia Lansom
Alicia Lansom

Journalism graduate and sparkling new addition to the Reality Titbit team. When she's not busy writing about all things telly related she’s most likely at the cinema, eating pizza or planning a trip away somewhere sunny.

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