Fans of Game of Thrones are eagerly waiting for the premiere of season 4, but we still have some time until the new episodes hit the air. However, what we do know is that Game of Thrones season 4 has wrapped up it’s filming and now it is up to the producers to go through the footage that was captured and work on putting together the latest episodes.
Cat Taylor, who is a behind the scenes writer of Game of Thrones, recently tweeted out that the shooting for season 4 is all wrapped up.
That’s all folks. Wolf camera wrap on Series 4 of @GameOfThrones. Until next year!
— Cat Taylor (@CatonSet) November 21, 2013
We don’t know much about the upcoming season of the show, but we are all excited to see the finished product.
Shooting for the new season lasted a whopping 136 days before calling it a wrap, with shooting taking place in three different countries. Iceland, Croatia and Northern Ireland will all be in the backdrop when Game of Thrones returns to HBO.
While there is not an exact date for the premiere of Game of Thrones season 4, it is expected to debut sometime in the spring of 2014. In the meantime, you can catch up on previous seasons by checking out the HBO GO app.