Watch Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 4

Game of Thrones Season 8 -- photo: Helen Sloan/HBO -- Acquired via HBO Media Relations Site
Game of Thrones Season 8 -- photo: Helen Sloan/HBO -- Acquired via HBO Media Relations Site /

Episode 3 of Game of Thrones is a tough act to follow, what will tonight’s all-new episode bring our way? Here’s all you need to know!

Not caught up on Game of Thrones? You still have a several hours to catch last week’s episode. Please note there are huge spoilers ahead! Turn away now and return once you’re up to speed.

Last week’s episode, “The Long Night,” was the big chapter we have all been waiting for. It brought with it death, surprises, and the end of the Night King. What are we in for tonight? Following up to such an amazing episode won’t be easy, but I’d be lying if I said I’d be mad if tonight is a set-up episode for an even bigger one to come. After all, don’t we need a breather?

Sure, there are only three episode left, but Game of Thrones has been carefully setting up all the pieces and we don’t want to rush anything. That said, if tonight’s episode builds up the big war to come with Cersei, I’d be just fine. Besides, Emilia Clarke has already warned us all about Episode 5.

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Please add to your notes that tonight’s all-new episode of Game of Thrones is 78 minutes long. That’s about four minutes shorter than “The Long Night,” so it’ll still be packed with many things. For the running times of all other remaining episode, click here. So, why do we think Episode 5 is going to be huge? Clarke has warned us while promoting the series on Jimmy Kimmel.

While with Jimmy, Clarke mentions how Episode 5 is “way bigger” than Episode 4. Wow. I mean, we expected an episode closer to the end of the series would be the biggest of all, but we can’t imaging topping Arya’s big kill!

Unfortunately, there’s no synopsis for tonight’s episode or even an episode title. Is Game of Thrones the first series to reveal episode titles after they are? So secretive! Let’s move on to all the details you need to know to watch Episode 4 tonight:

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Date: Sunday, May 5
Start Time: 8 p.m. Central
Episode: Season 8, Episode 4
Network: HBO
Where to watch: Live on HBO or HBO Now | Hulu‘s HBO extension package

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