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Where To Watch UK TV Online For “The Handmaid’ Tale,” “The Hound Of King’ Crossing,” And More

HBO’s Game of Thrones is premiering this summer, based on the bestselling series of novels by George R.R. Martin. The multi-million dollar production, directed by David Nickell, promises an epic tale of power, honor, family and adventure. HBO’s newest drama pits characters from the rich, diverse family tree of Westeros against each other in an epic conflict with ultimate stakes for everyone. It is the story of two rival families — the family of Cerion Greyjoy and the family of King Robert Baratheon, also known as Robert during his time as king, and later as Lord of Storm’s End and Hand of the King.

HBO’s Game of Thrones has won rave reviews from critics and audiences around the globe. ” Westeros” is a wildly entertaining television series that blends history with mythology. “A Song of Ice and Fire,” written by Martin, is breathtakingly vivid and enthralling. Viewers can feel the tension, the excitement, the friendships, the rivalries and the ultimate battle when Season 2 of “Westeros” premiers later this year. For those who love to watch this genre, “Westeros” will be a satisfying ending and beginning. For those who only need to catch up on the story so they can move on with their lives, it will be a fine introduction to this captivating world.

If you are wondering where to watch “Westeros” in the United Kingdom, your best bet is iTunes. The fantasy series was released in the United Kingdom in April 2010 and is already the highest downloaded pay per download program in the iTunes store. Season One left fans wanting more and has been met with widespread acclaim. It may not be available in all areas of UK but subscribers can rest assured it will soon be.

The other possibility is catching the premiere of “Westeros” on satellite TV. Not likely. HBO programming director David Nudden told Entertainment Tonight in the United States that he wasn’t releasing the series premiere for free on the air. It’s a local, premium programming deal that requires cable access and a monthly fee. Subscribers in some areas can receive the first episodes for free but won’t likely find any repeats or other bonus features.

The good news is there are other places where to watch “Westeros” premier episodes. Satellite TV’s direct-to-your-tv offerings have several Game of Thrones special events happening during the season, some of which you won’t see on the regular HBO channel or in any of their other movie releases. For example, they’ve scheduled a premier of “The Children of King Tyllis,” a three-part special that will include an extended edition of” HBO Scotland Yard” with interviews from cast members in the making of the show. The first episode is set to air in April. If you miss the first episode, you won’t miss out on anything.

Another option for fans in the UK is catching the “HBO Scotland Yard” series premiere on DirecTV. This is part of a promotion for the upcoming season of “The Sopranos” that utilizes the popular satellite TV channels to air the first few episodes of the new series beginning in April. “The Children of King Tyllis” finale will also air on DirecTV at 9 p.m. on April 14. You’ll have to work for this one.

Finally, if you’re in New York, you can catch the “HBO Go” special on City Place. It features an in-depth look at the new season including the cast, the music, and more. No matter where you are in the UK, you can catch “HBO Go” starting at 9 p.m. on April 14. That’s when the first eight episodes of the new series will air. As if you needed an appetizer for your dinner after watching the new series premier!

You can find the Game of Kings cast members online for news, interviews, photos, and clips. Check out the official website for “The Handmaid’s Tale,” for example, for a sneak peek at what to expect for upcoming episodes. Or how about the official site for “The Night Vale” book series? Catch up with the cast as it prepares for its upcoming third season premiere. There’s plenty more where to watch UK TV online. Why not go over to a fan forum for “Westeros” fan theories and discuss the events of the new series with fellow fans?

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