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game of thrones series four

UK fans will be able to watch the premiere of 'Game of Thrones' series four at the same time as their American counterparts, as Sky and US channel HBO will simulcast the first episode.

It'll be a late night for UK fans though. The episode will air in the middle of the night on Sky Atlantic, to coincide with HBO's airing in America.

'Game of Thrones' series four will premier on HBO on Sunday 6th April at 9pm ET, which means it'll be shown on Sky Atlantic at 2am UK time on Monday, 7th April.

Sounds like a sleepover is in order.

The series premier will then be shown in its regular 9pm time slot on Monday April 7th. Which is good news if you don't fancy staying up late.

HBO has also released two new trailers for the series.

Both feature footage that's mostly been seen in previous trailers. They both have the tagline: "All men must die".

We can expect plenty of plot twists in the upcoming series, too. The kind of catastrophes usually reserved for the penultimate episode of each series will happen every couple of episodes in season four, according to one star of the show.

Previous series have seen major characters meet their end in the penultimate episode. Combine this revelation with the tagline of "All men must die", and it sounds like this series could have quite a high body count.

Only a couple of weeks to go before we find out.

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