NEW YORK — HBO is getting ready to bring its popular online series, Game of Thrones, to TV.
HBO announced on Thursday that it will premiere the series at 9 p.m.
ET on Sunday, Jan. 20, in New York City.
The series is based on George R.R. Martin’s fantasy novel series and stars the Emmy-winning actress Maisie Williams.
In addition to HBO, HBO will stream the series in its entirety on the HBO GO app, HBO Go.com, HBO GO.co.uk and HBO GO’s website.
HBO will also stream the premiere online on its YouTube channel.
The series, based on the hit book series by George R and J.
R Martin, is produced by The Ringer and features performances by the Emmy winner Maisette Banks, as Sansa Stark and her brother Hodor.
The series is set in the world of Westeros, the fictional continent of Westero, and features a wide array of characters, ranging from knights to farmers and slaves.
The show is available to stream on HBO GO, HBO.com and HBO Go’s website for $14.99 a month.
HBO also offers streaming services for HBO Go subscribers and members of the premium HBO Go Plus membership.