Game of Thrones Season 6: Emilia Clarke Promises ‘Biggest Moments on Television’

Emilia Clarke aka Daenerys Targaryen couldn’t say much about Game of Thrones season 6 but she certainly gave a worthwhile teaser for the upcoming season …

Game of Thrones season 6 will debut on April 24 on HBO, but without a full trailer or even books to follow along with, just about everybody is in the dark when it comes to the events that will unfold during the show this year.

Emilia Clarke couldn’t say much when she spoke about Game of Thrones season 6 at the Golden Globe awards this week, but she still managed a huge teaser that certainly seems to sum up the grand nature of the show when it returns.

“I really can’t say much apart from you’ll see the biggest moments on television that have ever existed,” Clarke stated.

Obviously the biggest question on everyone’s mind going into the season is the fate of Jon Snow (played by Kit Harington) after he was betrayed by his brothers in the Night’s Watch and stabbed to death in the season 5 finale. Since that time speculation has run wild that Jon Snow would be brought back to life but there won’t be confirmation until the season premiere in April and Clarke certainly wasn’t going to let that cat out of the bag.

“It’s just going to be big,” Clarke teased.

There’s also the question about Game of Thrones season 6 moving past the source material in George R.R. Martin’s original A Song of Ice and Fire book series. The show virtually caught up to every major story in Martin’s books with season five but he still hasn’t delivered the sixth book in his series — The Winds of Winter.

So now Game of Thrones will officially be treading on new territory that will be new for everybody from the viewers of the show to the readers of the books. Once again, Clarke wasn’t able to say much but she certainly promised that everyone who tunes in will be satisfied.

“There’s something for everyone,” Clarke said.

Game of Thrones season 6 debuts on HBO on Sunday night, April 24 at 9pm ET

Related News

Comments are closed