One of the most talked about shows of recent times, Game of Thrones, is about to return with its much-awaited fourth season and excitement is mounting around the world.
Now TV brings fans closer to the epic drama as the online streaming service unveiled an exclusively designed replica ‘Throne of Swords’, which transforms any chair, sofa or even seat on the bus into a throne of their own.
Whether a follower of the House of Lannister or Stark, the replica Throne boasts a super-size cushioned seat and intimidating ‘Throne of Swords’ backboard to help fans feel fully part of the action when watching.
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This highly anticipated, ten-episode fourth season of HBO’s drama epic Game of Thrones will return to Sky Atlantic on Monday 7 April at 2am and 9pm.
Based on George R.R. Martin’s best-selling book series A Song of Ice and Fire, the Golden Globe® and Emmy®-winning drama chronicles an epic struggle for power in a vast and violent fantasy kingdom. Created by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, Game of Thrones redefined the fantasy genre when it launched back in April 2011, and has since garnered much critical acclaim and a raft of awards recognition, including the BAFTA® TV Audience Award, ten Primetime Emmys®, a Golden Globe® and two Screen Actors Guild awards.
The new series of Games of Thrones on Sky Atlantic is available exclusively to Sky TV customers and through Now TV with the Now TV Entertainment Month Pass.
With the Now TV Entertainment Month Pass, you can watch 10 of the best pay TV channels including Sky Atlantic, Sky 1, Fox and Discovery Channel, watch shows live, catchup on missed episodes or get stuck into a box set for just £4.99 a month, all without a contract.
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