Game Of Thrones Announces The Premiere Date For Season 4

    January 10, 2014
    Tobias Roth
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Fans of the fantasy world of HBO’s Game Of Thrones can start getting excited now. An official premiere date has finally been set for the fourth season of the critically acclaimed show that has also become one of the biggest fan favorites of all time.

The fourth season of Game Of Thrones will premiere on April 6th. It will be followed by the third season premiere of Veep, and the new comedy from Mike Judge called Silicon Valley.

While plot details have not been revealed yet, fans can get a glimpse of what the new season will be like with the preview that will be show before the series premiere of True Detective this Sunday. With HBO’s hit comedy Girls returning with two episodes this Sunday, people will likely be tuning into the network all night.

Meanwhile, Game Of Thrones‘ young star Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen, is also set to play the part of Sarah Connor in the upcoming Terminator film. There is no release date yet for the film, but sometime in 2015 is likely. Coincidentally, her co-star on Game Of Thrones Lena Headey already played Sarah Connor in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, the show that aired on Fox.

The Game Of Thrones television series is based on the book series by George R.R. Martin called “A Song Of Ice And Fire,” and it is a series that is still being written. The format of the show has translated to about two seasons per book so far.

The fourth season is expected to chart the events chronicled in the latter half of the Martin’s sprawling third book in the series, “A Storm of Swords,” but will also introduce characters and occurrences from other novels.

Fans, be sure to tune into HBO at 9 p.m. on April 6th to catch an all-new season of Game Of Thrones.

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