Sky Go missing latest 'House of the Dragon' episode 9, support aware
Sky is one of the UK’s most popular providers of on-demand TV, telephone and internet services.
Subscribers of the company’s TV services can access all content via streaming through Sky Go. Currently, one of the most important shows on the platform is ‘House of the Dragon’, the Game of Thrones spin-off.
However, many Sky Go viewers 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 from Sky Go
Since its release, House of the Dragon has become one of the most watched series worldwide. Every week, millions of users patiently wait for each new episode.
But it seems that Sky Go subscribers are unable to enjoy the latest ‘House of the Dragon’ episode 9 as it is not available in the service’s catalog.
When Sky Go users try to load the ‘House of the Dragon’ episode 9, they only get an error message that says ‘This show is no longer available’.
@SkyHelpTeam @skytv @SkyUK @sky_atlantic_ #HouseOfTheDragon Getting no response at all from SKY so I’m guessing that to watch last night’s ep 9 of “House of Dragon”, SKY subscribers need to download it illegally, or sign up to NOW TV… to watch it on SKY Atlantic???
@SkyHelpTeam Team, why hasn’t House of the Dragon Ep 9 been uploaded to the Sky Go app???
Fortunately, the Sky team is already aware of the issue and working on resolving it. But there is still no ETA for the long-awaited episode to be available to everyone on the platform.
Hi PK, thanks for reaching out and I hope you are well. We are aware of an issue that has stopped this from airing on Sky Go at the usual time and are working to resolve this as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience.
We will be monitoring the situation to update this story as events unfold.
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