Get a glimpse of Jon Snow who looks pretty much dead, Daenerys in capture, Bran Stark standing next to The Night's King and some battle scenes in the video.
The much-anticipated trailer of "Game of Thrones" season 6 is finally released. Set to "Wicked Game" performed by James Vincent McMorrow, it opens with a shot of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) who lies motionless after being stabbed by his Night's Watch brothers. "He's gone," says Ser Davos (Liam Cunningham).
Elsewhere, Jaime Lannister's (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) ship is returning to King's Landing, but his reunion with his sister and lover Cersei (Lena Headey) will not be a happy one since he will have to deliver the news that their daughter has been poisoned. "Everything they've taken from us they're going to take back - and more," he tries to console the grieving Cersei.
We also see The High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce) looking very much confident that the Faith of the Seven can "overthrow an empire." Cersei is later having a face-off with members of the Faith Militant. "I choose violence," she says in response to a warning from one of the members.
At Castle Black, Melisandre (Carice van Houten) admits their defeat. "The great victory I saw in the flames, all of it was a lie," she says. There's also a shot of Davos Seaworth mourning alone. Tagged as a red band trailer, the video shows Melisandre opening her robe, although it's unclear whom she tries to seduce this time. Meanwhile, Davos apologizes for what he's about to do with Jon's sword Longclaw. Could this mean that he and Melisandre plan something to bring Jon back from the dead?
Meanwhile, Jon's half-sister Sansa (Sophie Turner) is seen pretty much alive, although it's unclear where she is. Judging from her clothes, it seems that she has arrived at Castle Black. Her sister Arya (Maisie Williams) is seen running away from someone and jumping off a roof. In another scene, Arya is slapped.
Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) is seen in capture and walking among slaves underneath the Dothraki's whip, but it may not be long before Ser Jorah (Iain Glen) saves her as he finds the ring that she dropped in the season 5 finale.
Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) is seen standing next to The Night's King, but that could be his vision. There are also some battle scenes and the Dothraki charging, but it's not clear whom they're fighting against. Some people suggest that a glimpse of a group of fighters on a hilltop is part of the flashback scene that features young Ned Stark. We also get to see Theon Greyjoy's (Alfie Allen) uncle Euron, played by Pilou Asbaek.
"Game of Thrones" kicks off its sixth season April 24 on HBO.