But how? And when?
It's thanksgiving weekend and perhaps as a gesture of thankfulness to their fans/viewers, HBO has announced that it will be allowing all the common people of the world free access to the first season of its marquee series, Game Of Thrones. However, details from different reports are confusing as to how to access this. Even the Game Of Thrones Twitter account has posted some conflicting Tweets. They call the event the "free preview event" and say it's available all weekend: "Thanksgiving Free Preview Event starting today until Sunday, November 25." But, then they narrowed it to season one:
Syfy.com reports something very different: "eligible cable and satellite subscribers can catch the entire GoT first season in one big marathon this Saturday, with the first episode set to land at 8 a.m. ET, progressing through the day until the tenth and final episode airs at 5 p.m. ET." Either way, there's heavy speculation that this preview event will mean the first trailer for the eighth and final season of Game Of Thrones which is coming in April. People are getting impatient: