HBO has dropped a two-minute teaser trailer showcasing its upcoming projects including Game of Thrones, Big Little Lies, The Deuce, and more. The video shows Jon embracing Sansa, who has a cold look on her face.
As a result, this counts as the first real footage of "Game of Thrones" Season 8.
Though it lasts only a couple of seconds, the new footage from Game of Thrones shows an important scene.
Elsewhere, HBO may have accidentally revealed the fates of King of the North Jon and his little sister Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner). There's also a flurry of super fast shots near the end which might contain new footage.
HBO is yet to announce an official start date for Game of Thrones season 8, but common logic points to a premiere sometime during April 2019.
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With the seemingly endless wait between the penultimate and final season of Game of Thrones, this clip is sure to have GoT fans hyper-analyzing every single moment.
The deadline for the 2019 award show is May 31, which Bauer suggests the new series will not have aired in time to qualify for.
But what would be a monumental reunion ordinarily seems to be laced with doom, as Jon hugs a haunted-looking Sansa.
But then, like Azor Ahai during the Long Night, one man emerged to give us hope.
Last month, the United States network confirmed that shooting on the first of four Game of Thrones TV spin-offs is to begin in Belfast this October, and Scotland could also be in line for an appearance.