We’ve just two weeks to go until Game of Thrones Season 6 finally pulls back the veil on its debut, but with some lucky folk already clued in by Sunday’s event premiere, even more footage has begun making the rounds. Check out our second official clip, as Dany makes some new friends, while another Jon Snow tidbit emerges from Castle Black!
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Welp, if news that HBO would withhold Game of Thrones Season 6 screeners from the press weren’t enough a clue that Jon Snow’s fate would stay buried until April 24, the first premiere synopsis isn’t going to be much help. Will “The Red Woman” undo such a damning synopsis for Game of Thrones’ Season 6 return?
Oh, Kit Harington, you unfortunate fellow. Oh, Jon Snow, you poor bastard. Harington’s suffering is nearly at an end, that Game of Thrones Season 6’s April 24 premiere will (hopefully) unveil the Jon Snow mystery we’ve spent so much time scrutinizing, and there may yet be a turn. Harington has admitted his return as a corpse, but new comments seemingly confirm the Game of Thrones star will feature into at least several Season 6 episodes.
April’s going to be a tough month for most TV premieres to command any attention, but Amy Schumer would rather join them, than beat them. The Comedy Central star goes Game of Thrones for the latest Inside Amy Schumer Season 4 tease, Jon Snow spoilers beware.
Game of Thrones brought us all to life with its first full trailer for Season 6, teasing a certain Snow-y resurrection and plenty of new deaths for Westeros alike. We couldn’t help diving way deeper into every frame of footage, so what secrets of Game of Thrones Season 6 were hidden in the flames?
Just when you thought Game of Thrones might go on lockdown until the Season 6 premiere in April, the full trailer has arisen! Prepare to scan every frame for Jon Snow clues as the realm erupts into chaos in our first real footage!
Jon Snow is not dead. At least, he won’t technically stay that way. You know it, we know it, and Game of Thrones can withhold all the Season 6 screeners they like - we know there’s more story to tell. Poor Kit Harington has had to duck the question for months, but a new interview sees the erstwhile Jon Snow at least admit he’s shot scenes … with one small caveat.
The Season 6 fate of Game of Thrones’ Jon Snow has proven both the TV industry’s best, and worst-kept secret, subject to speculation and fan sleuthing at every turn, and HBO refuses to risk any official leaks. In an unprecedented move, perhaps owing to last year’s pirated episodes, HBO will withhold any Game of Thrones Season 6 press screeners ahead of the premiere.
They warned us we’d be teased, and Game of Thrones Season 6 wasn’t kidding around. The first footage teaser for the new 2016 season has arrived with HBO’s Vinyl, bringing back some majorly familiar faces, but has the big Jon Snow question finally been answered at last?
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.”