Game Of Thrones Season 3, Episode 10: Live Stream, Start Time, Preview And More

With fans of the show still reeling following the dramatic penultimate episode of Game of Thrones season 3, everyone is braced for tonight’s season finale to see how the fallout on the show will take place. Everyone was stunned when “The Red Wedding” took place on “The Rains of Castamere” episode and the fact that the episode ended in complete and utter silence left the viewers wondering what is next.

Tonight we should get some of those answers before bidding farewell to the show until next years, so make sure you don’t miss out on the final episode of the season.

Here is how you can catch the season finale of Game of Thrones season 3:

Date: Sunday, June 9
Start Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
TV Info:  Watch on HBO
Episode: Season 3, Episode 10, “Mhysa”

Live Stream:  Watch online with HBO Go or watch the episode on one screen and share on another with HBO Connect

Check out the video preview below:

[RELATEDGame of Thrones Season 3, Episode 10 Preview: Mhysa]

From our episode preview:

With the Stark family decimated, the threat to the Lannister’s power is all but gone. Only Stannis remains to challenge Joffrey’s claim to the throne. The strategic use of black magic worked well against his brother, but hasn’t been tested against one of the Lannister five. Now that Melisandre has an endless supply of Gendry’s blood, Stannis could come back strong.

Arya is still wandering the hills of Westeros, in the company of the Hound. Her brother and mother dead, her little brothers assumed dead, her sister married to Tyrion, she’s pretty much a dead girl walking. Her best bet, strangely enough, is to stick with the Hound until she finds herself someone she can trust. At least he’ll keep her alive until he finds someone to pay for him to do otherwise.

Only two of the Starks stand a chance of being reunited–Bran is just a stone’s throw away from Jon Snow, just this side of the wall. Bran’s newly discovered ability to enter and control the minds of men and beasts gives him the upper hand as they navigate the Wildling-infested area, which could come in handy as Jon outed himself as a Benedict Arnold–he’ll need someone to be watching his back.

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