After that thrilling season premiere, fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the Game of Thrones season 8 episode and we can barely hold in our excitement. The first episode opened with a bang, getting character reunions out of the way. Now the real action can begin, and that is why fans are so eager for the next instalment.
What is the title of the Game of Thrones season 8 episode 2
The first episode was aptly titled ‘Winterfell’. At the time of writing this article, GoT S8E2 is being called ‘Game of Thrones 69’. An official title release is expected in the next few days. As for the release date, the GoT season 8 episode 2 will air on the same day and same time as the previous episode – on Sunday, April 21 on HBO, at 9 pm ET.
Where to watch the next episode?
For the fans who can’t manage to catch it at the broadcast time, repeat telecasts will be on HBO on Monday, 22nd April at 9 pm, Tuesday at 7 pm, and Wednesday at 9.45 pm, in the US. In the UK, the episode will air on Monday at 2 am GMT on Sky Atlantic, because of the time difference between the two countries. UK fans can also catch the episode at 9 pm on Monday.
After the broadcast, UK fans can also watch the episode on NOW TV online, or on Sky Go. The same goes for US fans who have an HBO GO or HBO NOW subscription. If you are a Hulu customer, you can add HBO to your subscription at an extra cost.
What’s on the horizon
Game of Thrones season 8 episode 2 is going to be full of twists and turns, with Jaime’s confrontation with Dany, Jon coming to terms with his parentage, and Tormund’s arrival in Winterfell to inform Jon and the others about the White Walkers.
Game of Thrones will continue next Sunday.