It’s official and “Game of Thrones” fans know that they will finally be able to see how the series comes to an epic conclusion beginning on April 14, when the final six episodes begin to air on HBO.

While the news of a new season is both exhilarating (it’s FINALLY coming back) and a little disheartening (the show is coming to an end after all), in general, fans can get really excited about what’s to come. Even if the final six episodes are all that’s left, they have been promised to be epic, and considering the show’s history, it’s not an empty promise.

Of course, while fans themselves are already eagerly awaiting the show’s long-awaited return, it’s not too late for others to join the fray. Believe it or not, there is still plenty of time to watch the first seven seasons of the show, a total of 67 episodes, in full, before the Season 8 premiere airs. Here’s our guide for how to rewatch (or begin your first-ever epic binge) of “Game of Thrones” episodes so you’re all caught up before April 14.

One Episode Per Day: Start Watching By February 6

1_DoB-t7PJRlc-xPCoLh6Xnw If you want to know just what is going on with Daenerys Targaryen’s (Emilia Clarke) journey on “Game of Thrones” there’s still time to rewatch the show. Photo: Macall B. Polay/HBO

If you can carve roughly one hour out of each day to sit down and watch a single episode of “Game of Thrones” and want to have the chance to slowly absorb all of the story that’s been told so far, then the best time to start doing that is on Wednesday, Feb. 6. This will give you until April 13 to finish every episode and keep with the tradition of only one per day by giving the Season 8 premiere all of your focus on April 14.

Two Episodes Per Day: Start Watching By March 11

1_pBW2FpHNpfgmnpJpXVokqg Fall in love with Jon Snow (Kit Harington) by watching him powerful story arc on “Game of Thrones.” Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

If you want to give yourself a little more “Game of Thrones,” to devour in a day, then watching two episodes at a time might be the best option. If you plan to binge two episodes per day every day and still finish before the Season 8 premiere though, you’ll have to start by no later than Monday, March 11. Considering how addicting the show can get sometimes though, it still shouldn’t be hard to finish up.

Three Episodes Per Day: Start Watching By March 22

1_F5OBN-wgi-9iL4-w104e_w There’s plenty to learn about Cersei (Lena Headey) and Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) Lannister before Season 8 of “Game of Thrones.” Photo: Macall B. Polay/HBO

Those interested in a little more of a challenge and have more time on their hands to devote to the show can up their intake to three episodes per day, but that would have to be started by later than March 22. Three episodes a day beginning then will bring you through Seasons 1-7 easily and give you time to digest everything before Season 8 begins.

Four Episodes Per Day: Start Watching By March 28

1_JvOP0MprRSMBwxng_Bi7sQ Get Acquainted with Stark sisters Sansa (Sophie Turner) and Arya (Maisie Williams) before Season 8 of “Game of Thrones.” Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

If you really want to commit to bingeing the show, then four episodes per day are right up your alley. However, that kind of devotion would need to be started by March 28.

Five Episodes Per Day: Start Watching By April 1

For those who truly want to devote the entire first half of the month of April to nothing but “Game of Thrones,” then this is the time to get your watch on. The show can sometimes get a bit dark and draining at times, so bingeing in this way is not for the faint of heart, but if you plan to commit, then this is how you’ll get quite the fill of the show before the official return.

“Game of Thrones” Season 8 premieres Sunday, April 14 at 9 p.m. EST on HBO.