So while last Sunday’s trailer was the final full trailer for Game of Thrones‘s fourth season, HBO put out a couple of new, shorter ads last night.This appears to be mostly familiar footage. The action-packed first clip, at the very least, will get fans excited, while the second might get the book readers buzzing. Tough to blame HBO for releasing more cuts — the first two trailers for Thrones season 4 have racked up 30 million views on YouTube so far (I added them below). Thrones returns April 6.
EW’s Game of Thrones Pre-Season 4 Coverage. Catch up on what you’ve missed:
‘Game of Thrones’ handy snarky season 4 map explains where everybody is
‘Game of Thrones': This showrunners Q&A will get you really excited for season 4
‘Game of Thrones': Jack Gleeson reveals the meanest thing he’s ever done
‘Game of Thrones': Lena Headey on Cersei’s twisted love life
‘Game of Thrones': Sophie Turner takes six Sansa questions
‘Game of Thrones': Nikolaj Coster-Waldau on Jaime’s season 4 women trouble
‘Game of Thrones’ season 4 is Jon Snow’s biggest, talkiest yet
‘Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams teases Arya’s dark season 4
‘Game of Thrones': Ygritte is super pissed in season 4
Peter Dinklage talks ‘Game of Thrones’ season 4: Tyrion’s journey, ignoring Twitter, nude scenes
‘Game of Thrones’ two more ‘final’ trailers
‘Game of Thrones’ showrunners sign on for two more seasons — EXCLUSIVE
‘Game of Thrones': How Pedro Pascal landed season 4’s coolest, sexiest new role
‘Game of Thrones': See Jaime Lannister’s new golden hand — EXCLUSIVE
Game of Thrones’ producers: George R.R. Martin’s secret ending is ‘absolutely’ satisfying — EXCLUSIVE
‘Game of Thrones’ team: 7 seasons is the plan
Still to come: Once the season starts we’ll have our popular recaps (find them here) and post-episode interviews with cast or producers each week.
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