Watch The Trailer To Game Of Thrones Season 8

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Trailer Teases an Epic End, Reveals Premiere Date

'Game of Thrones' Final Season Premiere Date Revealed

HBO reveals at the end of the teaser that Game of Thrones season 8 will debut on April 14, 2019.

The trailer shows the reunited Jon Snow, Sansa and Arya Stark as they walk in the dingy crypts of Winterfell, flanked by statues of fallen Starks - Ned, Catelyn and Lyanna.

As the trio make their way through the dark cavern, they pass statues, voices can be heard and a feather drops on the floor, which fans think is a nod to a previous series. As the Three-Eyed Raven, is he no longer part of the Stark family?

Finally the teaser trailer that was directed by David Nutter comes to a close with the Stark children reaching the end of the crypt and being confronted by statues of themselves as a cold snap begins creeping it's way through the hollow chamber.

Perhaps these statues have been left by Bran to show his ability to communicate with the past, as some Reddit users theorized. I wouldn't do it for any other show, don't get me wrong, but it's Thrones, so in order to avoid spoilers I want to see it at the same time it hits the US East Coast.

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More than one fan theory posits that Bran may actually be, essentially, the heir to the Night King. In the books Old Nan's stories about the Night King specifically labeled him as a Stark, though the show may not have done so. "They'll be dancing around the bigger numbers, I know that for sure".

The feather ties back to two episodes: the pilot for Game of Thrones and an episode in Season 5.

While she's emerged as a strong and powerful woman, it's not hard to argue that of the surviving Stark children, Sansa probably suffered the most horrific fate for so many years before finally finding her strength and reclaiming her sense of identity. "But we have to and I'm TERRIFIED".

Our recent History of Thrones looked at the legendary past of Winterfell, a castle thought to have been built on the very spot where mankind defeated the White Walkers during the first Long Night. "They knew the bar was high", he told Variety. A feather is prominently featured in the trailer, and it serves as a strong connective tissue to earlier seasons of the HBO show, and hints at a large revelation about Jon's parentage.

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