Now You Can Watch All 67 'Game of Thrones' Episodes in One Marathon Screening

Who needs daylight?

Wondering how to kill all that time before Game of Thrones' final season finally graces us with its presence? Well, this is one sure way to pass a few days: HBO has organized a very special Thrones marathon screening event, which will air every single episode of the show in full. Back to back. And we really do mean back to back.

Yes, in a move to make all your binge-watching dreams come true, HBO has teamed up with the Princes Charles Cinema in London for a brilliant (and intense) three-day event.

Unsurprisingly, the marathon will kick off with season one premiere "Winter is Coming" at 7 p.m. Monday, November 27. The last episode, season seven's finale "The Dragon and the Wolf," will be shown at 4.51 p.m. precisely on Thursday, November 30. That's just shy of 70 hours of Seven Kingdoms action.

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Fortunately, HBO has also teamed up with London-based MOD Pizza for the event, so you won't have to worry about stocking up on resources. (How you'll get enough wine to see us through all seven seasons of Game of Thrones in one sitting is another matter entirely, though.)

Tickets for the event are free (!) and you can register at the Prince Charles Cinema's Facebook page right here.

If you don't want to spend three full days losing all concept of time (I mean, it's not exactly working out too well for Bran...) in a dark room, then you can always wait until 2019, which is when season eight is expected to air.

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