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Winter is coming. Series six of epic fantasy hit 'Game of Thrones' will land on Sky on April 25th, but before then you can catch up on all the previous goings on on Sky.

From March 14th, series one to five will be available on Sky On Demand and Now TV.

Sky is the first UK broadcaster to air each new series. Series six starts just one day after it's shown on HBO in the US.

To watch, you'll need a Sky subscription, which starts at £20.50 a month. Subscriptions to Sky Q, Sky's new set-top box, start at £42 a month.

To watch via Now TV, you'll need an Entertainment Pass, which will set you back £6.99 a month. You'll also need a Now TV streaming box, which costs between £10 and £15, depending on which generation model you buy.

The Now TV Box also gives you access to other catch-up services like BBC iPlayer.

Sky is also adding 'Terminator Genisys' to its on-demand roster this month, along with Scandi noir drama 'The Tunnel'.

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