We first see Arya Stark running through what looks to be the crypts of Winterfell covered in blood.
In the interim: footage of ships, Daenerys' (spoiler) remaining two dragons flying over Sansa Stark and Daenerys marching with an army and Jon Snow. I don't know if we were crying because we were sad it was ending or if we were crying because it was so f**king tiring. Today's trailer also comes just over a month before the multiple Emmy victor returns for its final season April 14.
Many fans of the show assumed the twosome had perished, thus becoming the living dead.
Wow. Just, wow. A ton of stuff to unpack here, mostly surrounding the battle at Winterfell and who is involved. Nor does the Night King, but we've actually never heard him speak, so that's less of an issue. In the next scene she says, pointing to a dragon glass dagger, "I know death, he's got many faces".
"There's the funniest sequence I've ever shot on this show, the most emotional and compelling scene I've ever shot, and there's one scene where there's so many [major characters] together it feels like you're watching a superhero movie". As the temperature drops, the wind howls, and an arctic blast hits Westeros, the Iron Throne contenders will have one shot to fight for the living in an nearly impossible power struggle. His lines also connect to Jon's, which are about the same enemy they're fighting: the undead. "I intend to keep that promise".
Not only is Tormund around to battle the White Walkers, but Gendry is back with his hammer.
Another theory that's doing the rounds predicts that Cersei (played by Lena Headey) could be the unlikely saviour of Westeros in a fight that could see Bran Stark (played by Isaac Hempstead Wright) revealed as the show's true villain.
Click through the below slideshow to get a closer look at the trailer and see what other great secrets you can find hidden away!