Game of Thrones season 1 and 2 will be available on Sky Go on demand from Monday, April 1 onwards.
The first two seasons of the cult fantasy series will arrive on Sky’s on demand platform the same day that the long-awaited third season begins showing on Sky Atlantic.
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Elaine Pyke, director of Sky Atlantic HD and possible Iron Islander said: “Game of Thrones has a huge fanbase in the UK and we are thrilled that from 1st April we will be able to give our customers access to Seasons 1 and 2 On Demand, as well as the new Season 3 episodes exclusively on Sky Atlantic HD, less than 24 hours after the US broadcast.”
Fans of the series will have noted the ‘03.31.13’ trailers popping up all over the web. That’s the launch date for the series in the US, us British fans have to wait less than a day to get our eyes on it.
As well as eagerly snapping up the new episodes, Game of Thrones devotees will also be able to enjoy previous episodes of the show on the go, on their phones, tablets or laptops over a 3G or WiFi connection. Xbox LIVE Gold subscribers can also access Sky Go on their Xbox 360’s. Your Sky ID will let you register up to two devices at once, so if you’ve got a Galaxy S3, iPad, Xbox 360 and a laptop you’ll have to do a bit of account juggling if you want to watch everything all of the time…