Actors Jack Gleeson and Sophie Turner attend HBO's "Game of Thrones" fourth season premiere at Avery Fisher Hall on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
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NEW YORK: Spring may finally be in the air, but the "Game of Thrones" fans who descended on New York's Barclays Center on Thursday evening know different: winter is coming.The fourth season of HBO's increasingly popular medieval fantasy-drama will premiere on April 6, but 7,000 people who bought tickets to the Brooklyn event were treated to an advance screening of the season's first episode, along with a brief panel discussion with several cast members and author George R.R. Martin, whose books form the basis for the television show.The third season averaged 14.2 million viewers across all viewing platforms, according to HBO parent Time Warner, which makes it HBO's second-most-popular show of all time, trailing only "The Sopranos".The lines to sit on the thrones -- there were four different ones in the arena concourse -- were so long that ushers started cutting off the lines so fans would not miss the show.
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