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How to Stream Game of Thrones Season 8

We did a story about how to stream the first episode of the season, but now this is going to be advice to stream the rest of the season. Well, I guess at this point, we’re telling you how to stream the rest of the series since this is the final season of the show.

The first bit of advice would be to add HBO on to your streaming services like HBO or Prime Video. Hulu can be added to both Hulu and Prime Video for $14.99 a month (each). When adding it with Hulu, you will be able to watch it live as it airs, regardless if you have Hulu with Live TV or not.

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Another solution would be to sign up for a free trial of HBO Now, which like the add-on with the streaming services, HBO Now itself is still $14.99 a month.

The last solution would be to add it on to your live TV streaming service like PlayStation Vue or DirecTV Now. Using it on PlayStation Vue will cost you an additional $15 a month on top of your regular plan and when using it on DirecTV Now, it is now part of the DirecTV Now Plus plan, get more than 40 channels and costs $50 a month and include HBO. You can get the DirecTV Now Plus Max plan and get more than 50 channels and get HBO too, which costs $70.

All of the services mentioned here do work on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

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