The Season 6 of Game of Thrones (GoT),  the super successful television show of Home Box Office (HBO), premiered on April 24, 2016, in the US. And guess what, this time, discerning Indian viewers got a chance to watch it at the same time as the US telecast! Yes, when the Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 1 was aired on HBO in the US, it was simulcast in India on Hotstar – that was at 7.30 am Indian Standard Time! So, while some fans of GoT were scampering and looking for the Games of Thrones 6 leaked episode online, the others simply watched it on Hotstar Premium – a new service by the popular streaming app!Also Read - House Of The Dragon Teaser Out: Game of Thrones Spin-Off Is All About Fire, Dragons, Blood

You could watch the rest of the episodes of GoT 6 also on Hotstar Premium if you subscribe to it at Rs 199 per month on this link. What’s more, the Rs 199 per month subscription charge is not just for Game of Thrones, but will let you watch other exclusive shows on Hotstar as well – favourites like Entourage and Silicon Valley, and classics like Band of Brothers, The Sopranos, and so on. Also Read - Highlights, 5th T20I: Bangladesh Beat Australia By 60 Runs, Seal Series 4-1

For those who do not want to watch it on the Hotstar app, Game of Thrones Season 6 will be available on Star World Premiere HD, Episode 1 onwards, starting tonight (April 26), which is just a day late. But for those who cannot wait, there is Hotstar (also owned by the STAR network). (ALSO READ: Barack Obama gets to see Game Of Thrones season 6 before everyone else!)  Also Read - Bangladesh vs Australia Live Cricket Streaming: When And Where to Watch BAN vs AUS Stream Live Match Online, TV - All You Need to Know About 5th T20I

The Game of Thrones Season 6 is explained in this synopsis on Hotstar: “The Red Woman In the season 6 premiere of Game Of Thrones, Jon Snow is dead. Daenerys meets a strong man. Cersei sees her daughter again. Watch this episode of Game Of Thrones (GOT) in HD, streaming on Hotstar.”

Well, Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) may be dead, but there is some good news for G0T fans. The Game of Thrones Season 6 is NOT the last season of the show! Season 7 of Game of Thrones has been approved by HBO. (ALSO READ: Game of Thrones renewed for season 7)