While Apple and HBO was announcing their joint venture, the much anticipated HBO Now, fans of the network’s hit show Game of Thrones were more excited for the newest trailer for the show which made its debut during the announcement.
The new trailer begins with everyone’s favorite Khaleesi, Daenerys, in a voice over, speaking about how all of the families are just “spokes on a wheel” going round and round and how her goal (for the season we assume) is to break that wheel. we also get to see how big her dragons have gotten. Mother of Dragons must be so proud!
After that, scenes from the show’s upcoming fifth season flash on the screen including a “blink and you miss it” debut from one of the Sand Snakes.
Check out the trailer which clocks in at almost two minutes, below.
Game of Thrones returns on April 12 on HBO at its usual time (9 p.m. EST, if you somehow managed to forget).
As for the HBO-Apple venture, HBO Now will only be available on Apple TV for Apple devices and will cost those wanting the standalone service $14.99 a month.
Game of Thrones season five won’t premiere anytime soon, but HBO knows that it’s never too early to start teasing fans for the upcoming season.
Today, the first teaser for the hit television series based off of George R. R. Martin’s series was uploaded on the web through the series’ new website especially made for the new season.
Check out the ten second teaser below which features the narrator saying “I see darkness in you” as we see Arya Stark showing off her swordplay against thieves and her silhouette running through the forest.
The teaser was exclusively given to fans earlier in the day who joined the new website for season five of the show. The website, fittingly named the Three Eyed Raven allows users to sign up to receive Twitter direct messages and/or text messages for updates on the new season.
Like it was revealed earlier this month, the show will be down two characters; Bran Stark and Hordor. The people behind the series revealed that at present time, the show has gotten as far as they could with their story (more like that’s as far as Martin has written for them in the books).
While no official premiere date has been given for Game of Thrones, we all know it tends to come back around the Springtime.