House of the Dragon has just a few more episodes left to air before its highly anticipated first series is done and dusted with. The HBO and Sky-backed Game of Thrones prequel has been gripping from the get-go with episode six, The Princess and the Queen, featuring a 10-year time jump. This saw the roles of Rhaenyra Targaryen and Alicent Hightower taken over by actresses Emma D’Arcy and Olivia Cooke.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from House of the Dragon.
What time is House of the Dragon episode 7 out?
House of the Dragon episode seven, Driftmark, is going to be simulcast, like the rest of the season has been so far.
This means that no matter where you are in the world, House of the Dragon’s latest episode is going to be released at the same moment.
Fans across the globe will be able to watch the fantasy drama as such due to the various time zones.
So there won’t be any need to wait for episode seven after it’s aired elsewhere.
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This way of broadcasting the prequel was first introduced when Game of Thrones was airing as it was one of the most illegally viewed shows in the world.
Simulcasting the drama helps put a stop to the new series being pirated.
Episode seven of House of the Dragon will be airing on Sunday, October 2, at 9pm ET on HBO.
The show will also be out at this time in Latin America on HBO Max and in Canada on the channel Crave, as both of these regions come under the same time zone.
House of the Dragon is also available to watch on Sky’s streaming service NOW.
In order to access its content though, you must subscribe to its Entertainment Pass.
Driftmark can be live streamed via NOW at either 2am or 9pm BST on October 3.
You can always catch up on the drama at a later date that suits you as the episode will remain on NOW for viewers to watch whenever they please.