In this upcoming sixth season, the show has finally caught up to the books and could take viewers beyond what's already been published in the "Song of Ice and Fire" series.
Infuriatingly, Jon Snow remains a lifeless corpse in the entire trailer, leaving the door open for either his demise or recovery after being stabbed in the season five finale. While HBO has cut down on the amount of trolling in this trailer, they do taunt us by showing a very dead looking Jon Snow multiple times. We see a flayed man being burned by the Boltons; Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) in a long march, defeated; Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright), making his return after a season's absence; and more.
One brief shot also appears to show a fight at The Tower of Joy, where many think Jon Snow's true parentage will be revealed.
However, it looks like Snow is actually alive and he can be spotted, running a horse in the recently released red band trailer of Season 6 of Game of Thrones.
Her brother Tyrion sums up this season's overarching theme when he says: "you're in the great game now and the great game is terrifying".
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Seaworth grabs Longclaw and says: "I've never been much of a fighter".
Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark in a scene from season six of Game of Thrones. Add to that actress Carice van Houten's (who plays Melisandre) earlier statement that "something spectacular is going to happen" with regards to her and Jon Snow's storyline. However, they were not sure if it was really Jon Snow or some long-haired character.