Game Of Thrones Last premiere date finally revealed in chilling Crypts of Winterfell teaser

Game Of Thrones Last premiere date finally revealed in chilling Crypts of Winterfell teaser

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The last season of Game Of Thrones premieres on April 14th.

HBO eventually unveiled the broadcast date on Sunday evening along with a chilling teaser.

Located in the Winterfell crypts, Jon Snow, Sansa and Arya Stark meet the resting places of their families under their ancestral home.

Final: Game of Thrones latest premiere date finally revealed in chilling Crypts of Winterfell teaser

Final: Game of Thrones latest premiere date finally revealed in chilling Crypts of Winterfell teaser

But they discover a number of new additions: three images that mark their own graves.

The 90-second clip opens with a torch-carrying snow that runs through the corridors of the crypt and runs past the tomb of Lyanna Stark, who he says was his aunt, but in fact his mother.

Without looking at it, his movement blows the feather in her hands on the floor, the one that was placed there by her husband King Robert Baratheon in the very first episode.

King in the North: the 90-second clip is opened with a torch-carrying snow that runs through the corridors of the crypt and runs past the grave of Lyanna Stark, which he believes was his aunt, but in fact his mother

King in the North: the 90-second clip is opened with a torch-carrying snow that runs through the corridors of the crypt and runs past the grave of Lyanna Stark, which he believes was his aunt, but in fact his mother

King in the North: the 90-second clip is opened with a torch-carrying snow that runs through the corridors of the crypt and runs past the grave of Lyanna Stark, which he believes was his aunt, but in fact his mother

Still there: without looking at it, his movement blows the feather in her hands on the floor, the one that was placed there by her husband King Robert Baratheon in the very first episode

Still there: without looking at it, his movement blows the feather in her hands on the floor, the one that was placed there by her husband King Robert Baratheon in the very first episode

Still there: without looking at it, his movement blows the feather in her hands on the floor, the one that was placed there by her husband King Robert Baratheon in the very first episode

Dying promise: & # 39; You have to protect him & # 39 ;, whispers the dying Lyanna's voice, the last she promised her brother Ned Stark before she died, entrusted him to raise Jon as his own

Dying promise: & # 39; You have to protect him & # 39 ;, whispers the dying Lyanna's voice, the last she promised her brother Ned Stark before she died, entrusted him to raise Jon as his own

Dying promise: & # 39; You have to protect him & # 39 ;, whispers the dying Lyanna's voice, the last she promised her brother Ned Stark before she died, entrusted him to raise Jon as his own

& # 39; You have to protect him & # 39 ;, the voice of the dying Lyanna whispers, the last thing she promised her brother Ned Stark before she died, entrusted him to raise Jon as his own.

Elsewhere in the crypt Sansa is seen along the statue of her mother, Catelyn Stark.

"All of this horror that has come to my family … it's all because I could not love a motherless child, & # 39; whispers her long voice, referring to Jon, who she died without knowing that it was her husband's cousin, instead of his bastard son.

Lady of Winterfell: Sansa is seen elsewhere in the crypt by the statue of her mother, Catelyn Stark

Lady of Winterfell: Sansa is seen elsewhere in the crypt by the statue of her mother, Catelyn Stark

Lady of Winterfell: Sansa is seen elsewhere in the crypt by the statue of her mother, Catelyn Stark

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