A large dragon landed in New York alongside a lot of familiar faces from the extremely popular series "Game of Thrones". And if you're looking for an insight into what is going to happen this season, here's Maisie Williams who plays Arya Stark.
"I feel like this year your opinion on other characters are about to change a lot. And we're going to see a lot from the women, which I'm so excited about and I think the audience should be excited about that too."
Game of Thrones is based on novels by George R.R. Martin, who, as viewers will know, is known to have no qualms about killing off even the most popular of characters. Actor, Peter Dinklage, said on the red carpet: "Sometimes in this genre, I even don't like calling the show a fantasy genre but some people do, they're a bit more one dimensional, heroes and villains and stuff. And this sort of combines them into sort of gray areas as people are in life."
A new character called Oberyn Martell is on his way. He's played by Pedro Pascal, who himself isn't sure if he's supposed to be a goodie or a baddie. "It's definitely arguable," Pedro said. "I certainly don't think I'm a villain. Not in my eyes anyway."
The ruthless characters of King Joffrey and his mother Cersei are back. Lena Headey who plays Cersei is now getting used to her hatred by the public. "You know, somebody will say, 'you're such a ****ing bitch.' And before I would have been offended and now I think, 'ok, maybe that's a good thing.'"
You can find out the fate of all your favourite characters when the fourth season of 'Game of Thrones' hits television screens tonight on M-Net at 9.30pm