For those who have been following the epic saga of the Starks, the Lannisters, the white walkers, and everyone in between – this April is probably the most anticipated (and exciting) month in television viewing in the last two years.
That’s right, like winter, the final season of Game of Thrones has finally come!
But it gets better… not only can you finally satisfy your curiosity about the Mother of Dragons and the King in the North, but you can do so from your oh-so-convenient Showmax account!
Showmax already has season 1 – 7 available to anyone who needs a refresher and will release a new episode of season 8 weekly!
Each new episode will be aired on Showmax the same day as it arrives on M-Net.
The first episode is set to be released on the 14th of April, so stock up on popcorn, folks!
Game of Thrones – Season 8
What to do while you wait?
If you’re wondering what to do while you wait for GOT to arrive, or perhaps (total shocker alert) you’re not a fan, here is a list of some other great shows being released in April on our favourite streaming platforms:
What to watch in April 2019:
New on Showmax in April 2019:
While Game of Thrones may be stealing the limelight, there are a number of other great movies and series new and old being released on Showmax this month. Our top picks include:
A Very English Scandal
Back to the Future I-III
HBO’s The Shop
New on Netflix in April 2019
Not to be out-done, Netflix has a long list of drool-worthy new titles coming out this month. With too many to name them all, these are the favorites according to our dear friend, Google:
Kevin Hart: Irresponsible
Tijuana – Netflix Original Series
The Silence – Netflix Original Film
Phineas and Ferb Season 4
New on Amazon Prime in April 2019:
For those early adopters among you who have already signed up for Amazon Prime South Africa in anticipation of all the good content they will be airing soon, there are some favourite classics being released this month to keep you entertained.
Murder she wrote
(We couldn’t resist)
The Shawshank Redemption
The Blade franchise
James Bond: The spy who loved me
Whatever your tastes may be, we know you’ll find something to stream with your Webafrica Fibre!