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Customers of Wuaki TV can now watch the first three series of 'Game of Thrones' through the streaming service.

The hit fantasy saga is just the first of a raft of HBO shows set to land on the service in the next few weeks. Other shows include 'True Detective', which recently finished on Sky Atlantic, 'True Blood', 'Veep', and 'Boardwalk Empire'.

The first three series of 'Game of Thrones' are no longer available on Now TV. They were yanked earlier this month. Series four is still being shown on the service, however.

Colin Smith, director of international digital distribution for HBO, said in a statement: "The digital retail landscape is an exciting space right now, and this is a great time to be adding a company like Wuaki.tv to the growing list of places you can purchase HBO content.

"Wuaki.tv truly understand the value of the HBO brand, and are as thrilled as us to now be giving their customers quick and easy access to our programming."

'Game of Thrones' – and the other HBO shows – will be available to watch online at wuaki.tv or through apps for iOS, Android, Xbox One and Xbox 360.

You can also watch through Google's Chromecast TV streaming dongle, or through your LG, Panasonic, or Samsung smart TV.

Each series of 'Game of Thrones' is only available on a pay-per-view basis on Wuaki. They cost £16.99 in standard definition, or £22.99 in HD.

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