House of the Dragon Roars on to Prime

Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon, which today won the Golden Globe for best TV drama series, will screen free-to-air on Prime this month.

The 10-episode first season will air 9.30 Tuesdays from January 24.

It originally screened on SoHo and can be streamed on Neon.

The hugely popular HBO sensation competed against Better Call Saul, Ozark, The Crown and Severance to win the Golden Globe.

Prime also is the free-to-air home of Yellowstone, for which Kevin Costner at last was recognised when he won a Golden Globe for the best performance by an actor in a TV series.

The first half of Yellowstone’s fifth season can be streamed on Neon but the second half won’t drop until mid-year.

Here’s the complete list of Golden Globe winners.

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One Response to “House of the Dragon Roars on to Prime”

  1. Meanwhile here I am currently watching it on ultra HD Blu-ray Disc quality with Dolby Atmos! Happy I waited after seeing the first episode on streaming 4K quality with underwhelming quality, especially the audio! Always wait for disc release no matter the content!

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