Game of Thrones Season 6 is back! Here's how to legally watch it in India
Now, there is a legal way to watch the sixth season of Game of Thrones before it airs on television.
Is Jon Snow dead or alive?
What will happen to Arya Stark after that scary scene in the Hall of Faces towards the end of the fifth season?
How will Cersei Lannister take her revenge?
These are the kind of questions which will force a lot of Game of Thrones fans in India to illegally download the episodes of the show through torrents.
After all, Game of Thrones is the most pirated show in the world till now.
But there is a way to watch your favourite show completely legally. You can now watch the new episodes just minutes after they are released in the US on Hotstar, Star India's online video streaming platform.
Of course, you still need to pay a certain amount to watch the show. But maybe it's time we began thinking about how HBO and the creators and actors of the show deserve proper credit for the show.
With the 'death' of Jon Snow at the end of Season 5, it will be an understatement to say that GoT Season 6 will be one of the most watched seasons of any show.
Season six’s trailers have shown us glimpses of Ser Davos standing guard over Jon’s “body” but the presence of Melisandre in the room - who has quite the knack for raising people back from the dead - indicates that there's a chance our favourite character on the Wall may rise again. More powerful than ever, and perhaps even discovering his (possible) Targaryen heritage.
While you wait for the episode to buffer (with bated breath), here's all you need to know about the upcoming season.
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