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The United States is about to embark on the Thanksgiving vacation, a five-day lengthy binge of meals, drink, household and meals. And additionally there’s tv. The lengthy vacation weekend, which for a lot of begins tomorrow, is the proper time to atone for exhibits you’ve missed or rewatch exhibits you’re keen on. Knowing this, Xfinity is providing its clients free entry to HBO beginning Wednesday, November 21 by means of Sunday, November 25. So in the event you by some means haven’t but seen Game of Thrones, now could be the time to binge it forward of the April premiere of the ultimate season. And when you have seen Game of Thrones, now could be the proper time to assemble your loved ones around the TV for a viewing of “The Rains of Castamere,” to remind everybody how dangerous a feast can actually get, so cease squabbling and eat your turkey.
The timing of the free preview weekend dovetails properly with HBO revving up the advertising machine for Game of Thrones season 8. With filming within the can and enhancing properly underway, the community is teasing the ultimate six episodes with a collection of posters and clips. There’s additionally a hashtag, since you’ve gotta have a hashtag:
In any case, HBO will need as many new viewers as it may get within the months main as much as the premiere, though you need to surprise if a free viewing weekend will persuade anybody who hasn’t already heard of Game of Thrones — and it’s exhausting to consider there are lots of left — that it’s solely now price watching. The buzz across the present is so loud it sort of markets itself. But for the few who will watch it for the primary time this vacation weekend, have a pleasant journey. And don’t watch “The Mountain and the Viper” on a full abdomen.
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