The classic television series Game of Thrones is able to be streamed in 4K Ultra HD for the very first time ever on the internet, according to a recent announcement by Vudu that the series will be added to its video-on-demand streaming service.
In light of this move, Vudu is now the only platform that offers Game of Thrones in 4K Ultra HD as a whole series or season by season. To mark the move, Game of Thrones is now offered in 4K UHD for a limited time at the HD pricing, with Seasons 1-6 costing $24.99 each and Seasons 7 and 8 costing .
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99 each. The full series is also available in UHD, which charges .
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It will be possible for fans who have previously bought Game of Thrones digitally via Vudu to upgrade their subscriptions for a charge of $5 each season or $30 for the full series.
Game of Thrones, which premiered on HBO 11 years ago in 2011, is inspired by the A Song of Ice and Fire trilogy by author George R.R. Martin and has become a phenomenon of the network. Despite stirring up controversy among fans and critics alike, the series came to an end in 2019 after eight seasons, with the last season seeming hurried and having the finale not meeting the expectation of most die-hard fans.
Despite this, the series keeps holding HBO’s top spot among the most successful shows ever, having garnered 59 Primetime Emmy Awards in total (the most for a drama series to date).
HBO is now in the development of various Game of Thrones-related shows, including the forthcoming House of the Dragon.