Although there hasn’t been a specific date set for the premiere of Game of Thrones Season 4, I can deduce from previous seasons it’ll probably start just as Girls Season 3 is ending – aka, late March. Production started back in late September, which you can read all about on makinggameofthrones.com – the official production diary of the show. Of course there are a million websites promoting spoilers already for the new season but any GOT fan already knows they can find everything out if they simply read the books. Some fans even refuse to watch the show until they’ve caught up via the books instead (I have one of these friends). I, on the other hand, refuse to read the books until I’ve seen the show – I like the suspense! A few things I’m looking forward to in the next season since Season 3 was so traumatic:
Arya kicking ass
I’m not sure when, where, or why but I am 100 percent sure that Arya will be getting back the Stark family name by showing off the skills she’s learned in fighting. I don’t know if she’ll kill “The Dog” first or if they’ll form some sort of odd friendship – so far there is a weird bond between them, not sure how that’ll play out. I love her character and I can’t wait to see her turn into a fierce member of the cast.
I just love him. Endlessly hilarious and scandalous, yet lovable. Nobody better kill him at any point in the series unless they want to lose me and countless others as viewers. I hope he manages to get back at his family for the sad arranged marriage with Sansa – mostly I just want to see him kick Joffrey below the belt.
Who doesn’t want to see more dragons? I know these things are growing large and angry – the fireworks are coming!
Khaleesi kicking ass
In tandem with the dragons, I can’t wait to see Daenerys crossing into King’s Landing and taking back the kingdom. Dany plus dragons plus loyal army equals a force to be reckoned with so go hide under mommy’s dress Joffrey!
Jon Snow shirtless
Need I say more?
Be sure to watch for updates on the premiere date of Game of Thrones Season 4 on HBO’s website or here on The Daily Quirk. The dragons are coming…