Watching Game of Thrones is often like watching a really fast-paced movie. You try to take in everything, while giving enough of your attention to all of the storylines, but there’s always something you might miss. Since the entire season has been full of action-packed episodes, leaving little to be desired, the finale is likely going to follow that same pattern. That being the case, fans are going to wonder how to rewatch the Game of Thrones Season 7 finale since, like I said, there’s going to be so much to take in that one single viewing of the 81-minute episode isn’t going to be nearly enough to appreciate all that happens and all that it alludes to happening in the final season.
Since Game of Thrones is on HBO, the most reliable way to rewatch the Season 7 finale will be heading to the HBO GO app and entering your cable provider information to access the wide range of Game of Thrones episodes available. The other option is to watch it on the HBO NOW service, which is the network’s standalone app to get all that HBO has to offer without necessarily subscribing to any other cable channels.
Of course, if you want to go the old fashioned route, HBO is set to replay the Game of Thrones Season 7 finale on TV at midnight and then again at 2:55 a.m. ET on Monday.
If you’re like me, then you probably get a lot out of the different YouTube videos following each new Game of Thrones episode that not only break down the important plot points of the most recent episode, but also break down the newest trailers. It’s all part of the all-encompassing Game of Thrones culture, really. But it also supports the idea that almost every Game of Thrones episode will contain something you may have missed, which is why rewatches are always valuable.
With the Game of Thrones Season 7 finale, rewatching it will almost be crucial to being able to appreciate all of the revelations and plot twists that are sure to unfold, while getting hyped for whatever is set up for Season 8. For most fans, it’s probably unbelievable that it’s already at this point where the end is so near. But that just means that Game of Thrones is going to be giving viewers the most solidly packed episodes from here on out and the Game of Thrones Season 7 finale, clocking in at 81 minutes long, is going to be a worthwhile send off to the series’ penultimate season.