Game Of Thrones is now half way through it’s penultimate season, and the new season of Twin Peaks is over half way, and if you’re a fan of either or both, but you’re waiting for DVD releases or a way to watch to free and you live in the UK then look no further.
Both shows are on Sky Atlantic which is part of Now TV, and Now TV currently have a FREE 14 day trial available. You may have already worked out that if you sign up for the free trial, your trial would end before each season ends. Well you have a few options, check them out below.
1) Once your free trial ends, subscribe to the Now TV Entertainment pass. This may defeat the object of watching for free, but if you take a look at what exactly you get for your monthly subscription, it’s a great package. Firstly, the £7.99 monthly subscription is done month by month, so no contracts with Now TV ever. Also, aside from being able to watch Twin Peaks and Game Of Thrones, with the Now TV Entertainment Package you also get over 250 box sets of the best UK and US TV including Futurama, Ray Donovan, Legion, The Leftovers and more. You can view a list of all Now TV Box-sets here.. http://www.artesea.co.uk/nowtv/ Aside from the 250+ box sets, Now TV also has some great live TV channels including Sky 1, Sky Atlantic Fox, Gold, Comedy Central, MTV, ITV Encore, Sky Arts, ABC Studios, Viceland, Discovery, Sky Living, Nat Geo Wild and Channel 4, so a great package of box sets and live tv.
2) If you just want to watch either Game of Thrones and/or Twin Peaks only and want to watch for free then if you start your trial at least 14 days before the season ends then you can guarantee your trial won’t end until you’ve been able to watch the shows. For Game of Thrones, season 7 ends on 27th August, so to be able to watch all of season 7 for free you need to start your trial on August 14th or later. For Twin Peaks, the new season ends on 3rd September, so to watch the whole season for free, you’ll need to start your trial on August 21st or later, that way your trial will include the season finales of both shows 🙂
That being said, I can’t recommend Now TV enough. As mentioned above, the 250+ box sets and mix of premium and pay TV channels make it a great deal at £7.99 a month. And with a free trial, you’ve nothing to lose by giving it a go. Also Now TV has numerous ways to watch; a Now TV box which come in as little as £14.99, or the Now TV apps which you can get on Android devices, iOS devices, Chromecast, LG Smart TVs, PS3, PS4, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, Windows, xBox 360, xBox One, YouView, Apple Mac and Apple TV, so they’ve covered nearly all bases.
Aside from this, Now TV now offer more than just TV, they now cover Broadband and phone calls as well, with a phone call, broadband and TV package (including Now TV box) coming in at only £24.99. So, grab your free trial today over at Now TV.