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Sky customers can now watch 'Game of Thrones' any time they like, as series one to three are now available on demand.

Series four will start next month, also on Sky.

You'll find series one to three in the TV Box Sets section in On Demand through your Sky+HD set-top box.

But don't worry if you don't have Sky+HD. The series are also available through Sky's Now TV, the streaming box of tricks that costs just £10, and has no subscription fee. Though you will need an Entertainment Month Pass to watch 'Game of Thrones' on demand – this will set you back £4.99 for a month's viewing.

You can also watch all episodes on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop using Sky Go. Or you can download them to watch offline, using Sky Go Extra.

Julia Barry, director of Sky Atlantic HD, said in a statement: "For anyone who hasn't yet experienced the 'Game of Thrones' phenomenon, now there is an easy way from Sky to catch up on every episode of one of the most talked about TV shows in the UK.

"The new season is easily one of the most eagerly anticipated TV events of the year, which we're delighted to offer exclusively on Sky Atlantic HD, less than 24 hours after the US broadcast."

Series four of 'Game of Thrones' will start on Monday 7th April at 9pm on Sky Atlantic. New additions to the cast include Mark Gatiss (from 'Sherlock'), Roger Ashton-Griffiths ('Gangs of New York'), and Indira Varma ('Luther').

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