Get a sneak peek of Game of Thrones‘ upcoming premiere episode with video and photo sneak peeks! “The Red Woman” airs Sunday, April 24 at 9pm ET|PT on HBO.
After much ado and speculation, Game of Thrones‘ sixth season premieres tomorrow night! Mostly, I’m looking forward to finally being put out of my misery.
Is Jon Snow alive… maybe in a different body? Will Dany make her way back to Meereen, unscathed? Has Theon finally abandoned his “Reek” alter-ego and ready to help Sansa reclaim Winterfell? Now that Myrcella is dead, what will happen to Trystane in Winterfell? And on, and on, and on!
Little by little we’re getting more insight into the premiere episode “The Red Woman” (written by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, directed by Jeremy Podeswa). A few weeks ago, HBO released a super terse synopsis:
Jon Snow is dead. Daenerys meets a strong man. Cersei sees her daughter again. (via HBO)
So, we know we’ll spend some time at Castle Black, with Dany and the Dothraki, and in Kings Landing too.
Yesterday, HBO shared a series of photo stills from this Sunday’s episode that tell us more, like how Dany will come face-to-face with a Dothraki Khal (Moro); Ramsay mourns the death of his lover (killed by Sansa and Theon during their escape at the end of Season 5); and we’ll spend some time in Dorne for a meeting between Doran Martell and Ellaria. Take a look at the photos:
We also have two clips from “The Red Woman” to share (courtesy of HBO)!
In the first, Sansa and Theon are on the run, fleeing from the Boltons’ search party. In the second clip, Cersei mourns Myrcella’s death:
Game of Thrones airs this Sunday at 9:00pm ET|PT on HBO! Tune in and come live tweet the premiere episode with me (@WeSoNerdy)!
***Update (4/24/2016): Game of Thrones‘ official twitter account just released a brief clip from what looks like the opening of tonight’s premiere… thoughts?
— Game Of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) April 24, 2016
“The Red Woman” will also be available at the following times:
April 24 = 11:30pm, 2:00am
April 25 = 12:10am
April 26 = 9:00pm, 3:35am
April 28 = 11:05pm
April 29 = 9:00pm
April 30 = 11:30pm
May 6 = 8:00pm
April 25 = 8:30pm
April 29 = 1:00am
May 1 = 8:00pm
May 28 = 4:00pm
Remember that HBO is debuting a new weekly show After the Thrones, hosted by Andy Greenwald and Chris Ryan, and airing on Mondays (HBO NOW, HBO GO, HBO On Demand). After the Thrones will recap the latest GoT episode and explore potential theories with a lively, humorous, and sophisticated flair.