The wait for new Game Of Thrones is very nearly over with season 7 about to begin, the question is, do you stay up late to watch it US time, or wait till a more civilised hour on Monday evening?
The first episode of season 7, entitled Dragonstone, is being shown for the first time in the UK on Monday July 17 at 2am (late Sunday night) – the same time it is being shown in the US.

However, if you don’t fancy starting your week with next to no sleep, you can wait for it to be shown later in the day.
(Or, of course, you could record the 2am showing and watch it before you head off to work if you’ve got the facilities to do so).

Sky Atlantic will air the show again at 9pm on Monday evening, which might be a bit easier to manage, if you can avoid spoilers until then.
These timings will remain the same throughout the seven episodes of season seven, although it is thought that some of the episodes will be longer than the usual hour-length.
Brand new trailer for season seven of Game Of Thrones


After the opening episode Dragonstone, we know that episodes two and three are called Stormborn and The Queen’s Justice – although that is as far as we know thus far.



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