The trailer finds Jon, Sansa and Arya stalking through their family home's underground passages, walking past statues of Ned and Catelyn Stark as prophetic lines of dialogue from past seasons echo. Will they die and come back to life as creatures themselves? (Last season was seven episodes, all others were ten.) However, according to the show's sound designer Paula Fairfield, each of the final six episodes might be "feature length".
Those are the three words with which HBO announced that the latest and final season of Game Of Thrones will premiere on the network on April 14.
Season 8 of Game of Thrones premieres Sunday, April 14.
The teaser didn't really tell us anything we didn't already know about season eight but at this point, superfan George Alexander doesn't care.
The beginning of the trailer is spooky, because it shows Jon Snow, Sansa Stark, and Arya Stark roaming through an underground cemetery for their family.
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But as some have also posited, there's a chance that Bran's role as the Three-Eyed Raven prevents him from getting a statue in the crypt, as he technically might not actually have a human form anymore. And yes, we noticed that all of the quotes were about Jon. She just stands there, doing nothing. The reveal came at the end of an official teaser called "Crypts of Winterfell", which shows the Jon Snow and the Stark sisters reunited in, well, the crypts of Winterfell, hearing some voices from the past.
Ned speaks to Jon Snow, reiterating that he is a Stark even if he doesn't have his name.
A lot of the excitement from the teaser trailer comes at the moment when ice begins to spread its way through the crypt as Jon, Arya and Sansa gaze upon statues of their own faces.