Sky On-Demand to stream first two seasons of ‘Game Of Thrones’



Sky On-Demand, which is BSKYB’s answer to Netflix and Lovefilm is to stream the first two seasons of Game Of Thrones to its customers starting in April to coincide with the UK premier of the third season on Sky Atlantic.

Sky On-Demand is a fairly new streaming service, which allows none Sky subscribers that do not have a satellite dish and receiver to stream a selection of movies to their television via their computer or gaming console to their TV set.

Seasons one and two of the Golden Globe- and Emmy-winning HBO drama will become available to Sky customers on-demand from Monday, April 1.

Based on George RR Martin’s best-selling book series A Song of Ice and Fire, and adapted by David Benioff and DB Weiss, Game of Thrones helped to redefine fantasy drama after it was first broadcast in April 2011.

The third series – billed by Benioff and Weiss as “the season that [we] have been anticipating from the very beginning” – will focus on the first half of Martin’s novel A Storm of Swords, which sees the inhabitants of the Seven Kingdoms facing grave danger.

(Via Digital Spy)


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