Game of Thrones season 4’s first episode will be simulcast in the UK and US.
The news was confirmed by Sky at the launch of the new run, with the broadcaster revealing that the show will be screened in the middle of the night on Sky Atlantic, coinciding with the US East Coast airing.
Game of Thrones begins its fourth season on HBO on Sunday, April 6 at 9pm ET.
This will mean it will air in the UK at 2am on Monday, April 7.
The episode will also still be shown at 9pm on Monday as usual.
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