Following the release of an epic, startlingly good trailer for Game of Thrones season 6 yesterday, three new clips from the upcoming season premiere have been revealed as well, giving new looks several of the show’s top storylines this season, including Dany’s introduction back into the Dothraki culture, Cersei and Jamie’s tumultuous relationship following the events of the fifth season, and Sansa and Reek’s escape from Winterfell.
The clips are fairly intense throughout, and judging by word of mouth following the episode’s premiere earlier this week, it sounds like the newest season of Thrones is going to be off to a very solid start this time around.
Check out the new clips below:
As of right now, Sansa and Dany’s storylines seem like some of the most interesting this season, with the former transitioning from a powerless position to one of power, and the latter losing her royal status this season and metaphorically, being dragged through the mud once again.
As for the Lannisters, well this very much seems like their Empire Strikes Back moment in Westeros (I should be specific and say that they’re the Empire in this case). Following the torture that Cersei went through at the hands of the High Sparrow last season as well, I can only imagine the kind of rage she’s going to unleash once she hears of Myrcella’s death. So yeah… exciting times.
Season 6 of Game of Thrones will premiere on April 24th on HBO.
Make sure to keep checking back for more updates — right here on GeekNation.
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