First sight! Fans of Game Of Thrones can get a glimpse of the Season 7 teaser
HBO gave the very first glimpse of the highly anticipated Season 7 of Game Of Thrones on Sunday.
But it’s unlikely that many of his ardent fans caught the Starks in the ‘Coming in 2017’ role that the pay-TV channel shared before Westworld’s penultimate episode.
The preview contained only three images of the medieval fantasy that according to MTV.com.
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Winter is here: a mournful Jon Snow, played by Kit Harington, is deep in conversation in one of the Game Of Thrones season 7 shots that HBO shared in a teaser on Sunday
The website mentioned the GOT community Viewers on the wall for posting three screenshots and later a four second teaser video from @sansaerysnow.
It seems the dreaded winter has really come to the realm if the photos have anything to offer.
Fan favorite Jon Snow, played by Kit Harington, is seen dressed in heavy fur talking deeply with someone.
He and Sansa Stark won back the North last season and he is now king. But what now?
Family ally: Jon and actress Sophie Turner’s Sansa Stark, who stared moodily out of the picture in the clip, won back North last season
In another image, Sansa, played by Sophie Turner in a new wig, moody from the snow scene, also stares in warm fur.
Of course, there’s no way of knowing what she’s looking at, but her long-lost sister Arya Stark, played by Maisie Williams, is finally on her way back to Winterfell.
The teaser shows the youngster on horseback after a season in Braavos, where she learned the art of murder.
On the way home: Sansa’s long-lost sister Arya Stark, played by Maisie Williams, is finally on her way back to Winterfell after a season in Braavos where she became a hit man
Fans will have to wait until summer for the penultimate season of Game Of Thrones, based on author George RR Martin’s best-selling book series.
Season seven is set for the first of seven-hour episodes to debut on June 28, with the final season set for 2018.
Meanwhile, GOT is such a big hit for HBO that it recently confirmed it is in “ preliminary talks ” with Martin about making a prequel.