“Game of Thrones,” like most shows on HBO, is known for having a good deal of nudity. Fans and actors alike have noted the disparity between the high amounts of female nudity compared to a significantly lower amount of male nudity. Kit Harington, the actor who plays Jon Snow, would like to see that change.
"It's only right,” Harington told GQ (via NY Daily News), “if you're going to make a show where nudity and sex is a large part of it, that you be a part of that.”
Despite that, Harington still noted that he wouldn’t exactly be jumping at the opportunity to strip down himself.
"I wouldn't say I'd be happy about it,” said Harington. “It would have to be f****** well deserved."
Harington also hinted that fans can expect a bleak fourth season of “Game of Thrones.”
"It's getting worse," said Harington. "What I wonder is how people can deal with something going dark and dark and darker. Being unrelenting in how pessimistic things are. They really push it."
In “Game of Thrones” Seasson 4, encouraged by the Red Wedding slaughter in the Riverlands that wiped out many of their Stark nemeses, the Lannisters’ hold on the Iron Throne remains intact… but can they survive their own egos, as well as new and ongoing threats from the south, north and east? While an unbowed Stannis Baratheon continues to rebuild his army in Dragonstone, a more immediate danger comes from the south, as Oberyn Martell, the Lannister-loathing “Red Viper of Dorne,” arrives at King’s Landing to attend Joffrey’s wedding to Margaery Tyrell, and perhaps act on an ulterior agenda. In the north, a depleted Night’s Watch seems overmatched against the inexorable Wall advances of Mance Rayder’s army of wildlings, which in turn is being trailed by an even more formidable foe: the undead White Walkers. As if that weren’t enough, Daenerys Targaryen, accompanied by her menacing trio of dragons and army of Unsullied, is poised to liberate Meereen, the largest city in Slaver’s Bay, which could ultimately provide her with enough ships to sail to Westeros and reclaim the Iron Throne.
“Game of Thrones” Season 4 premieres Sunday, April 6 on HBO.