The first episode of Game of Thrones Season 7 - Dragonstone - will be broadcast tonight at 9pm in the UK, but since it has already screened once if you don't want to wait you can watch it on catch-up right now.
Later in this article we'll explain how you can use a much cheaper NowTV Entertainment package to watch season 7 of GoT. It's worth pointing out, too, that if you're happy to wait a few weeks and then binge-watch the entire season you can watch season 7 of Game of Thrones completely free by picking up a 14-day free trial for NowTV.
There are other ways to get free NowTV subscriptions, too. For example, if you're also considering upgrading your phone then selected Vodafone deals such as this Galaxy S8 32GB Red Entertainment package come with a free two-year NowTV Entertainment pass.
When is Game of Thrones next on?
The first episode of season 7 was be broadcast in the UK on Monday 17 July 2017 at 2am on Sky Atlantic. This is so it airs at the same time as the US. It will be again broadcasted in the UK at 9pm on Monday 17 July, or you can watch it on catch-up right now.
Season 7 is the penultimate series, concluding with season 8 in 2018 which may be just eight episodes long.
It has been confirmed that the season 7 finale will be longer than ever at 81 minutes. So there's still plenty of GoT to watch yet.
How to watch Game of Thrones online
Game of Thrones will be shown exclusively on Sky Atlantic in the UK, so if you're a Sky customer with the right package then simply tune in via your Sky Box. If you want to watch online with an internet connection then you can do so with Sky Go or other methods.
If you have a Sky subscription, then it's easy. Game of Thrones is every Monday on Sky Atlantic.
Sky Go is available through web browsers and via the smartphone and tablet app.
If you're not a Sky customer then don't worry as there is still an easy way to watch Game of Thrones Season 7 online. Sky Atlantic (and various other channels) is available through Sky Now TV as part of the Entertainment package which currently costs £6.99 per month.
You can sign up for a free 14-day trial, which then charges you £6.99 per month (until 15 August when the price rises to £7.99). It's a cheap and easy way to catch GoT.
Like Sky Go, Now TV is available on a wide range of devices including Chromecast, Roku, YouView, Xbox One, PS4, PC, Mac, Android and iOS. Sky also has the Now TV Box which you can buy for just £14.99.
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Since Game of Thrones is an HBO TV show you can also use the broadcaster's streaming service, HBO Now, to watch Game of Thrones Series 7 when it arrives. However, it's only available across the pond so you'll need to use a VPN in order to gain access.