Winter is coming and the Game of Thrones is here with its seventh season to premiere worldwide. Jon Snow’s conquest as the King in the North continues, bringing all the houses together for the war. In the South, Daenerys Targaryen and Cersei Lannister fight for the Iron Throne while the army of White Walkers see no stopping until they are through the wall.
The seventh season, said to be larger than all the previous seasons and much more packed, will unravel mysteries lying within. We all are excited as much as any other GOT fans. HBO will telecast the periodic drama written by George RR Martin in around 173 countries including India. But here’s how you can catch all the episodes of the season without waiting for the episode to telecast hours later than it is done in the America.
The show is scheduled to premiere on July 17 at 7:30 AM in the US and online. Game of Thrones fans in India can catch the latest action of the North and the South, when it premieres a day later on July 18, 2017, from 11 PM IST via Star World or Star World HD. To watch the Season 7 episodes just “minutes after” the US telecast, viewers in India can log on to Hotstar.com. If you are new to Hotstar, the online streaming service comes with a free trial as well and you can use that to catch few of the first episodes from Season 7. Also, Hotstar users can also subscribe to the premium plan priced at Rs 199 per month and binge watch all the shows. ALSO READ: Game of Thrones actors Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage and Kit Harington to get more screen time in season 7
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Now, we do know that you do not want to get spammed by accidental or intentional spoilers from others and here’s how you can avoid them. It is very likely that you are reading this via Google Chrome and if you are then you shall download the GameOfSpoils extension, which will curtain all the posts on your social feed that might contain potential GoT spoilers. On the other hand, Firefox users can try ProCon Latte Content Filter extension that will block all the post appearing in your browser with keywords related to Game of Thrones.
We know friends on Facebook can be erratic sometimes and you unwilling might just bump into one or more spoilers. To avoid that you can specifically control your timeline with SocialFixer extension and add keywords, names of the characters or hashtags to block them from appearing on your timeline. For Android and iOS users, thinking to get such control on your smartphone can download Spoiler Shield app and hide posts related to other shows, movies, and even sports.
For those on Twitter, you can use third-party clients like TweetDeck and add all the keywords you can think can expose you to spoilers. Add them to the text box and TweetDeck will refresh your feed blocking the posts with fed keywords. However, Twitter recently made changes to the platform and you can follow similar steps to prevent spoilers without any third party app.