Winter is coming and it’s coming fast. In HBO’s 2019 trailer, the 7 seconds of Game of Thrones Season 8 stuns the whole world.
In amidst of GOT fans waiting game, HBO drops their 2019 series teaser that reveals sneak peek footage from Game of Thrones Season 8. The scene for Game of Thrones in the teaser was just a mere 7 seconds. But that scene threw fans off the hook with what’s in store for their favorite series.
Check out the HBO’s teaser below and you’ll see what lies ahead. Game of Thrones Season 8 footage is on 0:38 – 0:44 of the teaser.
The teaser only shows a brief scene from Game of Thrones but it’s an important scene in the story. It shows Daenerys (Emilia Clark) and Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) arrive in Winterfell. They are greeted and welcomed by Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) who briefly says “Winterfell is yours, Your Grace”. And those 5 words shook the whole fandom in just 7 seconds.
It’s safe to say that Winterfell will be fighting behind Daenerys’ banners in the upcoming finale. But Sansa had this smile on her face that really disturbs me. She vaguely reminds me of Queen Cersei (Lena Headey), cunning and secretive. Aside from that, with the Starks and Targaryen banners teaming up, more secrets will be uncovered. And we’re waiting for Jaime Lannister’s (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) switching of sides during the crucial awakening of the White Walker army.
According to HBO, Season 8 will consist of just 6 episodes. But we can expect that the episodes will run more than an hour. And with the final season fast approaching, we might be seeing a full trailer with juicy footage anytime soon. Speaking of juicy footage, that means epic battle scenes, the dragons and the new alliances to be formed.
So saddle up, my lords and ladies. Winter is almost at our doors. Game of Thrones Season 8 will be released on April 2019.
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