HBO has confirmed the premiere dates for new seasons of some of its top series.
Game of Thrones is back for a sixth run April 24, Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT, and just like last year will be followed by comedy Silicon Valley, returning for a third season at 10 ET/PT, and Veep, back for its fifth. All three series will air 10 episodes.
Thrones, the most-watched series in HBO history, will be the biggest draw, and for the first time the show will not be following a published book, as author George R.R. Martin has been delayed in finishing the next chapter of his series.
Before the spring series, the network has Vinyl, a sprawling look at the 1970s record industry in New York, starring Bobby Cannavale and produced by Terrence Winter (Boardwalk Empire), Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese, who directed the 2-hour pilot. The series will air starting Feb. 14, and will be joined by the fifth season of Girls on Feb. 21.