"Game of Thrones" Season 6 is going to be death here death there. A lot of the cast will be dying, if the promo picture was not a sign enough. But there is a high chance that Sansa will survive, if fans can take the Sophie Turner's words for it.
In a pre-Oscars interview with E Online's Giuliana Rancic, the actress let slip that her character might not die this season. She may have not express it directly, but it was implied. Turner admitted that she scanned every script for the upcoming season to quickly find out whether the fate of her character at the end of each gory and exciting episode.
"They kill all of us off, so I check at the end of every [script]," the 20-year-old British actress said. "[While] I'm flicking through, I'm like death, death, death -- [but] I'm good for this season."
This is not the first time she implied that Sansa will come off fine in the upcoming season though. "I mean this season is a really, really big one for Sansa," Turner said at the Entertainment Weekly's SAG Awards party in Los Angeles back in January. "It's probably her best season yet. It's her really coming into her own. She, this season, really commands the respect that she deserves and she grabs hold of it and she runs with it and it's really good."
She added that Sansa's storyline will be pleasing to the fans as it is something that they have been wanting to see for the previous seasons. "It was amazing because the past five seasons, it feels like it's been building up and up to that," she teased. "You can only suffer so much before she finally gets her, the respect that she deserves."
As the new season draws nearer, more teasers are emerging. Recently, Emilia Clarke actually implied that Jon Snow is alive, even though there were past rumors that said otherwise. Presenting the Best First Feature Awards at last night's Film Independent Awards, the actress, more noted for her role as Daenerys Targaryen in the hit series, cheekily revealed that the character may be alive. She can be pulling the fans' leg though. When "Birth of Nation's" Nate Parker joined her onstage, he asked her if Jon Snow is dead. Instead of asking Clarke to answer the question directly, he asked her to give a wink if Snow is still alive. The actress obliged and winked, before she announced the nominations. It remains to be seen if Clarke was just poking at the poor fans who have been wondering on this question ever since Season 5 ended.
Season 6 of "Game of Thrones" will premiere on Sunday, April 24, on HBO.