Thrones 360 LIVE | Starts Monday, April 15 at 9.30pm on FOX SHOWCASE & FOX8
Winter is almost here! On Monday, April 15 at 9.30pm, on the same day as the global premiere of Game of Thrones’ final season, Foxtel will launch Thrones 360 LIVE, the official Australian GoT aftershow series.
Hosted by the hugely talented former Channel [V] and Australian Idol host James Mathison and rising media star Stephanie ‘Hex’ Bendixsen, Thrones 360 LIVE will be filmed in front of a live audience at Foxtel studios, straight after each episode of GoT premieres worldwide.
Every Monday for the duration of Game of Thrones’ finale season, GoT uber fans James and Stephanie will recap that day’s Game of Thrones episode, alongside celebrity guests and some of the country’s most die-hard GoT experts.
The first episode will welcome GoT superfans Nat Bochenski, Marc Fennell and Lawrence Leung to the couch, where they will closely analyse that day’s Game of Thrones episode, discuss key plot details, moments the audience may have missed and speculate on upcoming storylines.
The series will also feature exclusive interviews with leading Game of Thrones cast members direct from London, special behind-the-scenes footage and even the ultimate Q&A quiz for fans each week, “Brain of Thrones”.
Thrones 360 LIVE is the ultimate accompaniment to Game of Thrones, which launches exclusively in Australia on Foxtel on April 15 at 11.00am AEST.
Thrones 360 LIVE is a Eureka Production for Foxtel. Executive Producers are Sophia Mogford and John Karabelas and for Foxtel, Executive Producer Howard Myers.
- The Game of Thrones finale season will screen from Monday, April 15 at 11.00am AEST and consists of six episodes and a seventh “behind the scenes” special which will wrap the series.
- Subscribers to FOXTEL and FOXTEL Now will be able stream new episodes every Monday.
- Game of Thrones and HBO are exclusive to FOXTEL in Australia.
For viewers wanting to catch up on the previous seven seasons of Game of Thrones, every episode is currently available to stream through Foxtel On Demand on internet-connected iQ set-top-boxes and on streaming service Foxtel Now.