"The last season of Thrones seemed to be created to break us".
And yet here we are, with around 90 seconds of new footage to obsess over.
In the trailer, we can see Arya talking about how "Death has many faces" and how she is "excited to see this one". Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, episode director Miguel Sapochnik, who previously directed the Battle of the Bastards episode, confirmed this new episode will feature a battle between familiar living characters and the Night King and his army. One thing is nearly for sure though, Daenerys' dragons are likely set to play a significant role in the new season given the considerable amount of screen time in this latest trailer.
While Lena remained tight-lipped on how the show ends, she confessed that she is "absolutely satisfied" with the conclusion planned for the fantasy series. Cersei Lannister and Daenerys Targaryen do not speak.More news: Chelsea make Under enquiry as potential Hazard replacement
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There's a whole lot of shots of just about everyone looking around ominously.
Game of Thrones returns April 14 on Sky Atlantic.
Game of Thrones has had more than its share of epic battle sequences.
"They're coming. Our enemy doesn't tire", Snow says in the trailer. "And I intend to keep that promise".
Click through the below slideshow to get a closer look at the trailer and see what other great secrets you can find hidden away! The cast and crew numbered around 750, who had to endure freezing temperatures, harsh winds, icy rain, along with all the horse manure and smoke that goes into a typical Game of Thrones scene. We've gotten glimpses here and there of what should be an incredible set of episodes, but HBO dropped a full trailer on Tuesday that had social media buzzing.