The madness that is the two-week Television Critics Association winter press tour is in full effect, and the news bites are starting to trickle out. Winter has come for much of the country, so it’s only fitting that HBO gives its Hodor-hungry viewers an update on when they can expect the return of fan favorite shows like Game of Thrones and Veep, as well as the debut of hotly anticipated series like Mike Judge’s high tech comedy Silicon Valley (starring our own T.J. Miller and Kumail Nanjiani). Fortunately, you’ll only have to mark one night on your calendar – April 6th – because that’s the night all three of these shows come to our airwaves. Game of Thrones will air at 9 p.m., followed by the two half-hour comedies, Veep at 10 p.m. and Silicon Valley at 10:30 p.m.
While many of us have had to quell our cravings to chase that Westerosi dragon with podcasts, Bad Lip Readings, novellas, and game announcements, we’ll finally get a taste of what to expect from season four this weekend. HBO also announced that the first trailer for Game of Thrones season four will air this Sunday, immediately before the debut of the phenomenal-looking True Detective. Are you excited for these shows to return? Looking forward to Silicon Valley? Let us know in the comments below.