How to watch Game of Thrones season 8, episode 6 online – stream the finale from anywhere
A staggering 71 episodes later and one of history's greatest TV shows is coming to a dramatic end. Yes, this is a sad moment for everyone but much like Jon trying to find the good in Daenerys, we're looking to the positives and finding you the best ways to watch season 8, episode 6 of Game of Thrones.
Season 8 has been massive, in pretty much every kind of way (but don't worry, no spoilers here!). Game of Thrones came big for the last season breaking viewing records, having the longest battle scene in history and breaking our hearts with each and every episode, so in other words typical Game of Thrones stuff.
After a somewhat…fiery episode last weekend, there is a lot to wrap up here, so expect your eyes to be glued to the screen for the whole 80 minute run-time when you watch Game of Thrones season 8, episode 6.
If the past three episodes have been anything to go by, we're expecting Game of Thrones to go out with a rather huge bang, dracarys style.
This is great news for those ready to see it all come to an end in the most dramatic kind of ways, not so much for those not ready to say goodbye. So with the episode airing this weekend, this is how to watch Game of Thrones, season 8, episode 6 on catch up.
After 8 seasons, 2 days, 23 hours and 17 minutes worth of content and a plethora of memorable moments, it has all led to this final episode. You can find streaming options for English speaking countries below.
Watch Game of Thrones episode 6: stream from outside your country
Want to watch Game of Thrones season 8, episode 6 in (deep breath) the US, UK, Canada, Australia, India, UAE or New Zealand? We've found all of your best options and listed them below.
But, if you find yourself in the unfortunate circumstances where you've booked a holiday over the air time of the big finale, then things get a bit more difficult. For those unlucky fans, all hope isn't lost yet. You will find that watching it won't be an option thanks to geo-blocking. This means that broadcasters do tend to try and stop you from watching in other countries, putting up some virtual roadblocks.
But, thanks to a little bit of working around, there is still a way to catch all the episodes while you're away. By using a VPN, you will still be able to catch up on the show by changing your IP address to a location back where you live, allowing you to watch that important first episode (assuming that doesn't breach any TS&Cs, of course) – and that's without finding some dodgy download or a grainy stream on Reddit.