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Season 4
No. of episodes 10
Transmission dates 2014
Production dates 8 July 2013 to late 2013
DVD/Blu-Ray release TBA
Season chronology
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Season 4 of Game of Thrones was formally commissioned by HBO on 2 April 2013, following a substantial increase in audience figures between the second and third seasons.[1] However, substantial pre-production work on the season had already taken place previously to this point, including the writing of at least six of the scripts (by March 2013)[2], and the booking of some of the filming dates[3]. The season will again consist of ten episodes and will commence production on 8 July 2013, running late into the year.[4] David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are to return as showrunners, having signed a new two-year contract with HBO prior to the commissioning of the third season.

The season will premiere in the first half of 2014.

Season 4 will be mostly based on the latter part of A Storm of Swords, the third book in the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R.R. Martin, but also some material may be added from the fourth and fifth books (which run concurrently alongside the end of the third book and each other).[5]

Production

It has been confirmed that the production will return to Dubrovnik (King's Landing) in Croatia[6] and Iceland[7], while it is assumed that filming will also continue in Northern Ireland. Whether filming would also resume in Morocco (Slaver's Bay) is not yet known.

It has also been announced that the coastal city of Split, also in Croatia, has been added.[8]

Cast

Returning

All regular cast members whose characters survive the events of Season 3 are expected to return for the fourth season.

Main Cast

Confirmed main cast members:

Recurring Cast

Confirmed recurring cast members:

New cast members

Casting for season 4 is underway, as confirmed by George R. R. Martin.[18] Roles announced as being cast include:

Crew

Producers

  • David Benioff: executive producer.
  • D.B. Weiss: executive producer. Benioff and Weiss signed a two-year contract in 2012, indicating that they will stay with the show to at least the end of the fourth season.[20]

Writers

Directors

Episodes

# Image Title Airdate Viewers/Rating
31 Wiki-wordmark Season 4, Episode 1. 2014
Synopsis to be announced.
32 Wiki-wordmark Season 4, Episode 2. 2014
Synopsis to be announced.
33 Wiki-wordmark Season 4, Episode 3 2014
Synopsis to be announced.
34 Wiki-wordmark Season 4, Episode 4 2014
Synopsis to be announced
35 Wiki-wordmark Season 4, Episode 5 2014
Synopsis to be announced.
36 Wiki-wordmark Season 4, Episode 6 2014
Synopsis to be announced.
37 Wiki-wordmark Season 4, Episode 7 2014
Synopsis to be announced.
38 Wiki-wordmark Season 4, Episode 8 2014
Synopsis to be announced.
39 Wiki-wordmark Season 4, Episode 9 2014
Synopsis to be announced.
40 Wiki-wordmark Season 4, Episode 10 2014
Synopsis to be announced.


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