Sky Go misses the last episode 9 of “House of the Dragon”


Sky is one of the UK’s most popular on-demand TV, phone and internet service providers.

Users of the company’s television services can access all streaming content through Sky Go. Currently, one of the platform’s most prominent shows is “House of the Dragon”, the spin-off of Game of Thrones.

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However, many Sky Go users are reporting that the latest House of the Dragon Episode 9 is missing or unavailable on the platform.

‘House of the Dragon’ episode 9 missing or unavailable on Sky Go

Since its release, House of the Dragon has become one of the most watched series in the world. Every week, millions of users patiently wait for each new episode.

But, it seems that Sky Go subscribers cannot enjoy the latest episode 9 of “House of the Dragon” as it is not available on the service catalog.

When Sky Go users try to load Episode 9 of “The House of the Dragon”, they simply receive an error message “This show is no longer available”.

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@SkyHelpTeam @skytv @SkyUK @sky_atlantic_ #HouseOfTheDragon Getting no response from SKY so I guess to watch episode 9 of last night’s “House of Dragon” SKY subscribers have to download it illegally or sign up to NOW TV…to watch it on SKY Atlantic???
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@SkyHelpTeam Team, why hasn’t House of the Dragon Ep 9 been uploaded on Sky Go app???
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Luckily, the Sky team is already aware of the issue and working to fix it. But, there is still no ETA for the long-awaited episode to be available for everyone on the platform.

Hi PK, thanks for reaching out and hope you are doing well. We are aware of an issue that has prevented this broadcast on Sky Go at the usual time and are working to resolve this issue as soon as possible. Please excuse us for any problem.

Thank you Nathan
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We will be monitoring the situation to update this story as events unfold.

The featured image: Sky on Twitter

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