The fourth season of Game of Thrones as major characters will continue to be killed off.

Star Kit Harington (who plays Jon Snow), told Access Hollywood at the SAG Awards Saturday that there would be even more death in season 4.

"There's a lot of death this season," Harington teased. "I [can't wait] to see [which actor] nailed their death this season."

This season will be a big one for Jon Snow, who was last seen in the season 3 finale collapsing from wounds inflicted by former lover Ygritte (Rose Leslie). Season 4 will feature Jon taking on a new leadership position within the Night's Watch.

"He's speaking and fighting for himself," he said. "It's a big season for him. He's got a lot to do... This season, he turns into a leader. He doesn't have an older male figure speaking for him."

Read more on the plot developments for Jon Snow here.

Co-star Emilia Clarke also spoke with Access Hollywood about the new season Saturday, discussing her character Daenerys Targaryen. The young actress said that Dany's dragons have gotten bigger since the end of season 3.

"They're huge! They're huge, they grew," she said, adding: "Her dragons help [get her to a throne],"

Clarke promises that Dany will be "darker and more confident" in season 4. She was last seen being hailed as a savior by the people of Yunkai.

Read spoilers on what will happen to Dany in season 4 here.

Game of Thrones season 4 premieres Sunday, April 6 at 9 p.m. on HBO.

Watch the Game of Thrones season 4 trailer here: