GAME Of Thrones has released the first trailer for the final series, which will air on April 14. Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Arya Stark not only confront their legacy and themselves in statue form, but the threat of winter that has been on the horizon for years now. The makers have at last ended the suspense and also given the premiere date, which is April 14.
Jon Snow's real mother Lyanna Stark is the first voice we hear as a feather falls from her statue before landing on the ground.
Jon has yet to find out he's half-Targaryen and half-Stark, but that revelation will surely be a major part of his storyline on the coming season.
Season eight will comprise of only six episodes, as opposed to seven from season seven and 10 from all the previous seasons.
The wintry wait for "Game of Thrones" isn't over, but fans at least officially know when the suspense will end.
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Probably one of the highlights of the teaser was when both Jon and Arya draw their swords and went forward to protect Sansa. We see the three siblings walking into the crypts under Winterfell.
The exciting news was confirmed on Game of Thrones' social media accounts today.
Before they can process the significance of their effigies, Jon Snow's torch is extinguished and a frost begins to spread, hinting at the arrival of the dreaded White Walkers. It's not footage from within the final season but more like an original promotional ad.
When we last visited Westeros, it was in a precarious position as the Night King's wight army destroyed the Wall (with their very own undead dragon) and marched freely into Westeros.