So GoT fans, we now have a whole new chapter in the history of the Seven Kingdoms to enjoy, those tyrannical Targaryens get their own prequel show House of the Dragon. And we all like a good dragon or two right? 🐉
If anyone wants to discuss what's going on in the show, what's shocked us, what's amused us, what theories we have over who's going to die first, here's the place to discuss it.
Anyone entering here for the first time be aware this thread may well be FULL of SPOILERS for the show, so look away now if you haven't watched the show/latest episode yet. Otherwise, feel free to drop by and post your thoughts, ideas, theories.
For further info on watching House of the Dragon on NOW, check out these useful help pages and threads! Dracarys! 🔥
And don't forget to watch the Sky Atlantic after show, 'Enter the House of the Dragon' with Sue Perkins, the first episode is available to watch now on the Entertainment Pass! 👍
Hurrah @Lindzi at least I won’t be talking to myself! 😂 Have you checked out the first episode of Enter yet? Looks like they’re keeping the winning Thronecast formula, must says it’s got me quite excited, it’s looking really good!
I don't know why now keeps missing this from the details they are posting about house of the Dragon but as well as the initial airing almost at the same time as the US at 2 a.m. Each episode will also air again at 9 p.m. on Sky Atlantic. This is precisely what used to happen with Game of Thrones as well. Perhaps the official information can be updated by @Simon-J ?
"remember whenever you play The Game of Thrones you win or you die there is no middle ground".
All the shows that go out at 2:00am have so far been available On Demand shortly afterwards.
We generally watch them at about 8:00pm the next day, which suits us better than waiting until 9:00pm, as does not having to have the adverts that accompany the live (linear) broadcasts.
@RoyB is correct as at the link below is the official information for house of the Dragon
When talking about about the initial broadcast it mentions the 2 am broadcast and says that the episode will be available on demand after that. If the episodes were going to be available on demand after the 9 p.m. broadcast then the article would mention the 9 p.m. broadcast. it's worth pointing out there that the episodes me me take a couple of hours to appear on demand especially as they should have subtitles on them.
What time is actually pointing at above was it is strange me me now was missing a viewing avenue from their help article this is a very strange thing to do for a headline show don't you think?