Come April 24, life will regain meaning when Game of Thrones returns to our televisions, for its heavily-anticipated sixth season.
As we’ve reviewed before, there are just so many questions that need answered, and finally, it seems like we at least have a few clues as to where season six is set to pick up.
According to the guys over at Joe.ie, an HBO press release today confirmed both the title for season six’s lead off, as well as a vague synopsis. But hey, it’s something, right? If you’re into spoilers, that is…
Assuming you now have well and truly braced yourselves, we will revealed that the inaugural episode of season six will be called ‘The Red Woman’ – a title that we can only assume refers to Melisandre.
The synopsis, according to an official HBO press release, is as follows:
Jon Snow is dead. Daenerys meets a strong man. Cersei sees her daughter again.
The episode was written by show-runners David Benioff & D. B. Weiss, and boy are we excited now.
Jon Snow is…dead!? NOOOOOOOOOOOOO! But could that just be a George R.R. Martin metaphor?
I guess we’ll just have to wait and see…