When is Game Of Thrones season 8 episode 3 on TV and how to watch it

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When is Game Of Thrones season 8 episode 3 on TV and how to watch it



Game Of Thrones’ epic battle is looming (Picture: HBO)Game of Thrones season eight is gearing up for what could be its most epic episode yet, as The Battle Of Winterfell looms.
The trailer for the third episode – which at one hour and 22 minutes is set to be the longest in series history – teases the upcoming battle against the White Walkers and their army of the dead.
And it’s left fans fearing for the fate of some of their favourite characters, with the likes of Tyrion, Samwell Tarley and Sansa Stark bracing themselves for the attack – while Jon Snow and Arya Stark also look to be heavily involved.
It’s going to be nail-biting stuff – but when can you watch it?
Here’s what you need to know…
When is Game Of Thrones’ season 8 episode three on TV?
If you fancy pulling a late-nigher, or just can’t wait to see what happens, you can watch the latest episode at 2am on Monday morning on Sky Atlantic, in a simulcast with the US showing on HBO.
Alternatively you can tune in on Monday night, when the episode will be aired on Sky Atlantic at 9pm.

We have to admit we’re worried about some of our favourites (Picture: HBO)If you’ve missed any episodes – or just want to watch it all over again – you can catch up or revisit via Sky’s on-demand service or on NOW TV.
How many more episodes are there to go of season 8?

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Just three more episodes remain after the next instalment, as the show prepares to bow out for good.
That doesn’t mean you’re going to miss out on any action though, as they’re all pretty long ones – with episode four clocking in at one hour 18 minutes.
The final two instalments are both one hour and 20 minutes long.

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