A new teaser for the penultimate season of Game of Thrones was released yesterday and has fans speculating the arc of the season.
Earlier this month HBO revealed the highly anticipated Game of Thrones season 7 release date through a melting iceblock stunt. Meanwhile, Jon Snow is reportedly seen in the Great Hall of Winterfell. Of course, only Cersei is sitting in the actual Iron Throne right now, having blown up King's Landing just to keep the crown for herself last season. Whether Cersei will act as an ally or an impediment is unclear, but if rumors/theories that Tyrion is also secretly a Targaryen (like Jon Snow), then it might not matter.
Doe this mean that the season will revolve around Jon Snow?
Game of Thrones season 7 premieres July 16 on HBO, in the US.
Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen in the "Game of Thrones" Season 7 official promo trailer. HBO seems to be taking a constrained approach this time around, and will hopefully continue to do so, when the time comes for real trailers.
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Set to the tune of "Sit Down" by James, the trailer features three people who all have some sort of claim to the Iron Throne.
But the end of the trailer completely throws a wrench in their battle.
Daenerys' throne appears to be made of several jagged pieces of rock. Are you excited for season 7? Cersei sits on the Iron Throne, as she's now the Queen.
The teaser ends with a chilling close-up at the Night's King icy-blue eyeball which is... as I said, very chilling (pun intended).
But not without a hint of the real war to come: that against the White Walkers and the Night King.