Here's your first look at new "Game of Thrones" artwork and what it may mean for who will be left standing at the end of this eight-season game.
The new – and final – season of Game of Thrones will arrive on April 14, it’s been confirmed in a teaser from HBO. But as these things often are, it’s been accompanied by a truly devastating fan theory. The eerie clip shows Jon Snow, Arya Stark and Sansa Stark in the crypt of Winterfell, usually a place for quiet reflection with the effigies of their ancestors. They gaze upon the statues that will one day immortalise them, as they did their father Ned, mother Catelyn and aunt Lyanna, Jon’s real mother.
HBO has released a teaser trailer for its 2019 shows, which, of course, is being scoured for clues by Game of Thrones fans ahead of the show's final series.
When the scripts for the eighth and final season of “Game of Thrones” were finally sent to the cast, they reacted to the epic ending in different ways. “I walked in saying, ‘Don’t tell me, I don’t want to know,'” Harington told Entertainment Weekly in a story published Thursday. OK, so now we’ll wait while someone brings Ygritte (Rose Leslie) back from the dead for a well-timed “You know nothing, Jon Snow” joke.