Game of Thrones opened up the Season 6 floodgates with the release of not one, but two new photo galleries, and Sunday will bring even more good news. The first official teaser for Game of Thrones Season 6 will arrive Sunday just before HBO’s Vinyl, while the House of Black and White has already summoned a first look.
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Early Thursday, HBO’s attempt to alleviate our Game of Thrones Season 6 suffering with 20 new photos ended up a bit garbled by the pressure on their servers, and now we may know why. Even more photos have emerged from the landmark sixth season, some of which could well reveal some major plot points for George R.R. Martin’s books.
There’s only one answer Game of Thrones fans seek from the opening moments of Season 6, but you won’t find it here. Instead, find out which other characters have officially fallen by a full gallery of Season 6 images, and who’s conspicuously absent!
We’re only a few months out from Game of Thrones Season 6, close enough that HBO has dropped numerous teasers and even a few scraps of footage, but still keeps deadly silent on the fate of Jon Snow. Poor Kit Harington can’t even acknowledge what we’ve all confirmed at this point either, insisting Jon Snow is dead, and “everyone has to get used to it.”
Let’s be real: it sucks to be on Game of Thrones. Not matter what royal, or distinguished house you may count yourself among, all manner of terrible, insufferable misfortune will befall you and your family, whether or not you even want the Iron Throne. Case in point, try these three new Season 6 teasers on for size, as the Game of Thrones leaves every sigil in tatters.
The Game of Thrones promotional wheel tends not to crank up until February or so, especially with Season 6 airing further into April than ever before, and ripe with the franchise’s biggest spoilers. So while the network may continue to troll us with new posters and teasers, we’ve at least got a brand-new scrap of footage from the 2016 return.
The 2016 Golden Globes have been nothing if not consistent with surprises, and following all the unexpected Mozart in the Jungle love, the Best TV Drama went far more reasonably. USA breakout Mr. Robot is your new winner for 2016's Best TV drama, and deservedly so.
Just a few short hours ago, HBO gave Game of Thrones fans reason to celebrate by confirming Season 6’s April premiere, but the party may not be over just yet. Sources say that HBO will soon renew Game of Thrones for both Seasons 7 and 8, potentially to close out the series.
It seems like only a few short weeks ago, Game of Thrones sent fans into a panic with speculation that Season 6 might end up scheduled for May 2016, rather than its usual April slot, but rest easy. Not only has the landmark year for HBO’s high fantasy been set for an official April bow, but so too have fellow power-players Veep Season 5 and Silicon Valley Season 3.
Just before the New Year, Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin alluded to a possible update on The Winds of Winter, the sixth novel in his series dangling precariously ahead of its HBO counterpart. Well, that update is finally here, and fans of the Song and Ice and Fire series may not like what they have to hear.