If last night’s news of Game of Thrones potentially ending its final two seasons over just 13 episodes weren’t a sobering enough reminder of the series’ longevity, talk naturally turns to the possibility for spinoff, or even other series set among the world of Westeros. Sadly, HBO casts all your spinoff dreams into the fire, barring any real desire from showrunners.
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On the eve of Game of Thrones’ sixth season, neither HBO nor showrunners have clarified past disparity between the adapted Song of Ice and Fire series lasting seven or eight seasons, but the truth may lie somewhere in-between. Bosses believe Game of Thrones may have only 13 episodes left after Season 6, splitting them into two seasons.
Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams sees quite a bit of truth, but the same can’t be said of Arya in Season 6, after last year’s finale seemingly robbed her of sight. Now, our first Season 6 clip catching up with the littlest Lady Stark could take a tip from Matt Murdock, as Arya learns to fight blind.
If the last year of TV news has taught us anything, Game of Thrones actors don’t have the most trustworthy record when it comes to keeping secrets. Maisie Williams herself has “confirmed” a death or two most know to be false, though the longtime series star has something to say to the God of Death for a long-held fan theory.
From Game of Thrones’ very beginning, fans have remained enthralled by the elaborate title sequence taking us to different branches of Westeros in a gorgeous animated map. Now, you can actually explore the immersive credits for yourself, thanks to a new official interactive 360-degree video.
Game of Thrones Season 6 has spent so much time stirring speculation of Jon Snow and other characters closest to the action, we forget about those off on their own in the world of Westeros. Case in point, catch up with Sam and Gilly in yet another new clip from the coming sixth season!
As often tends to be the case with TV, Finn Jones winning the role of Marvel’s Netflix Iron Fist brought troubling implications for his Game of Thrones role as Loras Tyrell, last seen being whisked off to a dungeon in Season 5. Jones will at least return for Season 6, but also claims that Iron Fist and The Defenders wouldn’t prevent him from doing both. Don’t bet on it, though.
Game of Thrones whipped fans into a fiery frenzy with its second full trailer for Season 6, revealing several surprise returns and the biggest dragons yet, among other Snow-y secrets. We couldn’t help but dive way deeper into each frame of footage. So what new secrets of Game of Thrones Season 6 were hidden in the flames?
What, you thought one clip and a new full-length trailer were enough Game of Thrones for one day? We’ll see it, and raise you three new Season 6 clips, as we learn what became of Sansa and Theon at Winterfell, how Cersei’s handling the bad news about Myrcella, and more!
You could say that Game of Thrones is a popular television program. People tend to follow its production, from time to time, and speculate on its future, one might suggest. You could also say that Season 6 has some anticipation around it. This epic second trailer for the April premiere would not dissuade this notion. Please, remain calm as you watch.