“The war is not over.”
Hey Stannis, if the war was indeed over then we are pretty sure that Game of Thrones would also be over, but for now, it looks like the beloved show is safe especially with season four and all the ramifications from the infamous Red Wedding.
Last night, the Game of Throne season 4 premiere took place in New York and in honor of the premiere of the new season, HBO decided to give fans the chance to see the final trailer for the upcoming season which is set to premiere in two weeks.
The trailer features some of our favorite characters including Tyrion telling his father how “Cersei always gets what she wants,” Daenerys and her dragons read to fight anyone that stands in her way and the Stark children dealing with the fact that now most of their family is gone.
Game of Throne returns to its 9 p.m. time slot on HBO beginning on April 6.
P.S. who else is digging London Grammar’s cover of INXS’ “Devil Inside” for the chilling trailer?
While everyone was either watching the Grammys salute the Beatles and the 50th anniversary of their debut on the Ed Sullivan Show or watching a new episode of The Walking Dead, HBO did a sly thing, releasing a 15-minute preview of Game of Throne‘s season four.
If this looks oddly familiar, the network did the same thing, releasing the first trailer for the upcoming new season during the Golden Globes. The 15-minute video not only features new footage from the show but also behind-the-scene goodies like interviews with the cast showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss.
Game of Thrones is set to return to HBO on April 6th.
All the world might be in the middle of watching The Golden Globes at the moment, but HBO has given fans of Game of Thrones just what they have been waiting for over the last couple of days; the official first trailer for season four.
The network had revealed the show’s official Twitter that they would be releasing the first official trailer for the upcoming season before the series premiere of HBO’s new series True Detectives starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. After the initial announcement had been made, short vine videos featuring snippets of never-before-seen scenes had been released onto the internet, just enough to get the fans’ attention,
For now, check out over minute and a half trailer below.