Game of Thrones: How to watch season 6 episode 1 if you haven't already

The return of the HBO drama was simulcasted in the UK

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The sixth season of Game of Thrones is finally upon us, with the show debuting on HBO on 24 April in in the US.

The episode one premiere was simulcasted in the UK, broadcast at 2.00am BST on Sky Atlantic.

What if I missed the premiere?

Don't fear – the episode is repeated on Sky Atlantic at 9.00pm on Monday 25 April and at 11.10pm on Tuesday 26 April. 

Sky subscribers can also watch 'The Red Woman' on their tablet, mobile or laptop with the free 'Sky Go' app.

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What if I don’t have a Sky subscription?

If you don’t have a Sky subscription, you can watch the channel on NowTV with an Entertainment Pass. This will give you access to Sky’s 13 TV channels, including Sky Atlantic, and a 14-day free trial is available. (After that, the service is £6.99 if you don't cancel.) NowTV also allows you to catch up on past shows and is watchable through your computer as well as numerous other devices including PS4, Xbox One and LG Smart TVs.

What else do I need to know about the show?

We’ve rounded up everything you need to know about the upcoming season in another article, but be warned, it may contain possible spoilers.

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