Thanks for the confirmation, I thought this would be the case. A few ( minor'ish ) issues I had with the season which I'll spoiler tag: Spoiler - Totally expected Amos to bite the bullet, glad he didn't because I like his character but with everyone getting healed with "Medi-Gel" and having new body parts grow etc. it kinda negates any sense of real peril in the show. Its not a big thing, just a small nitpick for me. Haven't read the books yet so don't know what extent the "Medi-Gel" can heal a wounded body but I wish the authors would be a tiny bit bolder in offing characters without going into the GoT style of offing a major character at the end of almost every season. - The larva's causing green eye blindness felt a bit of a tacked on side quest. - Marco Inaros introduction felt a bit rushed, as in: Here's the guy!... we let him loose!... he is now bad guy! I would have liked more background in this season to give more impact for the ending of the season. - The vibe I had when I was done with season 4 was that maybe they tried to cram in a bit too much in some ways. 10 Episodes felt a bit rushed in places whereas I felt season 3 was a bit more coherent and better paced. Stretching season 4 into 12 episodes might have given a bit more room to breath and mature but what do I know. While I thoroughly enjoyed season 4, my biggest take out of it was that I can't wait to read the books but I got so much in my queue atm. that it might be a while yet so my opinions will continue to be based on what the show offers as a piece of TV entertainment.