The wheels are certainly in motion on HBO’s Game of Thrones Season 6 following last week’s big reveal of Jon Snow’s fate. The return of Snow to the land of the living is but one of several stories taking foot as the new season forges ahead with Episode 3, ‘Oathbreaker.’ Find out how to watch Game of Thrones online free live streaming via HBO tonight whether you have a cable or satellite subscription or not.
It was a moment telegraphed from the first time a worshiper of the Lord of Light raised a man from the dead. Mellsandre, sulking around Castle Black having been unable to fulfill her promise to Lord Stannis, had the power to bring Jon Snow back from the dead. And that’s exactly what she did.
Snow’s return should send shockwaves through the Night’s Watch and Wildlings, who recently returned to Castle Black, alike. Is he now a god? Can he lead a newly combined army against the White Walkers? Hopefully the answer is a resounding yes.
Elsewhere in Westeros, Arya has accepted her new identity as No One and is willing to begin her training in earnest. Cersei is afraid that her son and reigning king, Tommen, will meet his siblings fate. Theon is returning to the Iron Islands unaware his father was just murdered. Ramsey fed his newborn brother to dogs. And Bran’s return included a vision of his father as a child.
The official HBO synopsis for tonight’s new Game of Thrones episode reads, “Daenerys meets her future. Bran meets the past. Tommen confronts the High Sparrow. Arya trains to be No One. Varys finds an answer. Ramsay gets a gift.”
If you’re an HBO subscriber then you should already know to head to HBOGo.com or access the HBO Go app via your phone, gaming device such as PS4 or Xbox One, or many other app-streaming enabled devices to watch Game of Thrones live streaming tonight or any night of a new episode premiere.
HBO’s free trial offered during the season premiere week is now long gone, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still watch Game of Thrones online for free. If you’re a cable or satellite subscriber then call your provider and ask about a three-month free trial. They’ll value your business and more often than not give you one.
Let’s say you don’t have cable or satellite? Then you can pony up $14.99 to buy HBO direct via the newish HBO Now service here. Keep in mind there’s a one-month free trial available so if you haven’t used it yet then get busy creating an account so you can watch tonight’s Game of Thrones premiere for free as well as the next several episodes.
Yet another free option is to sign up for a free seven-day trial of Sling TV here. The strictly online TV service will set you back $20 a month for the Best of Live TV Package as well another $15 for HBO, but you can cancel after a week and try out all the channels including HBO and tonight’s Game of Thrones premiere episode without paying. If you used the seven-day free trial already then you’ll have to pony up.