Today Canadian streaming service CraveTV announced it will begin adding Game of Thrones seasons to its on-demand catalog starting on February 16th.
“We’re thrilled to introduce Game of Thrones and even more premium content,” Tracey Pearce, Bell Media executive said in the announcement.
Subscribers to the Canadian on-demand streaming service will get the first three seasons of Game of Thrones next month. Additional series will be added throughout 2018.
CraveTV has quickly built an impressive catalog of currently-airing and recently-released programs.
Showtime programming appears on-demand on CraveTV the day it’s broadcast in the US. CBS delivers the latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery the day after each episode airs.
CraveTV has made deals to carry other titles from HBO’s back catalog, including classics like The Sopranos, Sex and the City and Entourage.
Letterkenny, a comedy about a small Canadian farm town, is CraveTV’s first original program. The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television awarded it Best Comedy Series.
A subscription to CraveTV costs just $7.99 per month, but the service is only available in Canada.
CraveTV has the usual range of mobile and desktop apps, but its living room support is limited to the Apple TV and the Xbox One. Samsung TVs built between 2013 and 2015 have CraveTV apps as well.