'Game of Thrones': HBO releases trailer for final season

Where? Winterfell. When? Just when the Night King and his undead hordes are passing through having broken down the Wall last season.

And yet here we are, with around 90 seconds of new footage to obsess over. We get a glimpse of Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow enter Winterfell with their big army and how Jamie Lannister reveals that he will fight the impending war against the Army of the Dead, as he states "I promised to fight for the living and I intend to keep that promise". Director David Nutter - responsible for three episodes of the final season - added: "The fans will not be let down".

Game of Thrones' final season debuts April 14 on HBO.

Just last week, fans thought a new poster, featuring Jon Snow (played by Kit Harington), teased his fate due to the character posing in a similar pose to Ned Stark (played by Sean Bean), who died in season one. Meanwhile, her sister Arya (Maisie Williams) appears to be going all out on her revenge mission, running injured through the halls one moment and preparing to cut off someone's face the next.

According to Entertainment Weekly, our favorite cast of characters came together for 11 weeks of night shoots to film the final battle on Game of Thrones. "I just want somebody to say, 'Trust me, go see this'".

In the real world, winter has been and gone - which, for Game Of Thrones fans, is a sign that we've almost reached the final season of HBO's stunning fantasy epic. And by that point, will Jon Snow know he's a Targaryen like Daenerys?

A flotilla of ships belonging to Euron Greyjoy, lead by his flagship Silence, are seen bearing thousands of armored troops, likely the Golden Company of Braavos enlisted by Cersei Lannister.

"It feels like the only way to really approach it properly is take every sequence and ask yourself: 'Why would I care to keep watching?'" said Sapochnik.

At the 30-second mark in the trailer, you can clearly see the trio have survived the Night King's attack and have made it. somewhere.