"Game of Thrones" Season 6 is expected to be more unpredictable and exciting more than the previous seasons. Regular cast member Emilia Clarke confirms this herself, saying the new season will feature some of the biggest TV moments ever.
Since George R.R. Martin already confirmed that "The Winds of Winter" will not be published ahead of "Game of Thrones" Season 6 premiere, fans of the show, readers or non-readers of the books behind the television series are now both uncertain of what is in store for them. Gone are the days when fans who read the book can have an inkling of who dies and who lives. Instead, the days when every episode of the famous TV show is going to pack some surprises are coming. Clarke, chatting with E News, said that fans cannot expect the new season to be anything less.
According to her, fans will be utterly blown away by the upcoming season. Filming it was nerve-wracking for her, she added. She was both so excited and nervous, knowing that the television show is now presenting something that is not entirely based on printed material. Asked about Snow's fate, she gave a vague answer, just like others who have been asked the question. All she said was that it will be something "big."
If Clarke remains mum on Snow's fate, another cast Natalie Dormer, who plays Margaery Tyrell, seemed to have let it slip that the beloved character is alive and will be back for Season 6.
Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, she said she always tries her best not to spoil herself on the TV series' plots or direction. She does this by only reading the lines of her character and does not dwell on other parts of the show's script. She added that she likes to be surprised when the series airs. However, it seems that sometimes this strategy can fail her.
She stated, "It's annoying sometimes because I'll be in the hair-and-makeup trailer and someone will show up and I'll be like, 'What are you doing here? Oh my God, you're back?! I've got to leave."
Some people think she just released a massive spoiler for the upcoming season. Her statement made fans believe that the individual who's back can be Kit Harrington, who plays Snow. Naturally, no one will know until the sixth season finally airs.
"Game of Thrones" season 6 is said to return on HBO this April.