Game of Thrones season 5 premiere airs this Sunday, 12 April on HBO. Fans have been eagerly-awaiting for the popular HBO drama to return with its new season.

The new season will pick up after the shocking events of the season 4 finale and many questions will be hopefully answered. Among those in mind include; what does a darker and grown up Sansa do from hereon? Will Prince Oberyn's daughters - The Sand Snakes avenge their father's death? What lay ahead for Tyrion after killing Tywin Lannister?

During a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, actor Peter Dinklage, who plays Tyrion on the show, shared some details on his character's state in the upcoming season.

"He's in a world of pain and s**t when we find him," Dinklage said. "Obviously for good reason. But he has some people around him who convince him to get back on his feet because he's sort of ready to end it, which is very un-Tyrion like. He's ready to give up," the actor said.

Official synopsis for the premiere episode reads: "Cersei and Jaime adjust to a world without Tywin. Varys reveals a conspiracy to Tyrion. Daenerys faces a new threat to her rule. Jon is caught between two kings."

Game of Thrones season 5, episode 1 titled, The Wars to Come, airs Sunday, 12 April at 9pm on HBO.

Where to watch the premiere episode live stream online


You can click here to log onto HBO Go and watch the episode live online.


The HBO Now website will actually let you stream Game of Thrones from any web browser on any computer, as long as you have an account. HBO Now starts with a free trial. So, you'll be watching the premiere for free.

On your mobile – Sling TV

Sling TV will give you live HBO in time to watch the premiere of Game of Thrones season 5.

Think of Sling TV as Netflix, but for live television—select channels are streamed to you over the internet for $20 a month with additional channels available via add-on packages. One of those add-ons is HBO. It costs $15 to add the premium network to Sling TV.

The Sling TV app is available on Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Roku, Fire TV and Xbox One.

Meanwhile, reports are coming in stating that the premiere episode is already available for streaming online.

The episode that was scheduled to be aired in the United States of America on 12 April at prime time is already out for streaming in India on a website called 'PromptFile', reports CNN IBN.

There is also a rumour out on that six episodes will be out on torrents by tonight. So far, the first four episodes have already been leaked online.

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