HBO’s Game of Thrones has a new trailer up for a debate on whether it’s a legitimate series.
The trailer for season 6 is set to air in theaters on Tuesday, May 6th, and includes a slew of familiar faces, including Theon Greyjoy, Cersei Lannister, Samwell Tarly, Jon Snow and Dany.
But it’s not the only one.
The showrunners have not yet revealed the new trailer’s contents, but EW can tell you that it includes scenes from the show’s sixth season and some new details about the new show.
Here are some of the key highlights:The new season is set at the end of the fifth year of the war between the Boltons and the Lannisters.
And this season marks the first time the Bolton capital city of Dorne is completely destroyed.
That’s because the city is built around a huge ice wall that the Boltans use to protect their capital city.
“Dorne is a major, major theme park,” said showrunner David Benioff, adding that the city has been “destroyed” for good.
“In the season five trailer, you see the Boltoning capital city, which is a city that is completely completely destroyed,” Benioef said.
The Boltons are the rulers of the North and have been fighting for control of the Iron Throne since the reign of the first Targaryen king, Aerys.
After their defeat at the Battle of Blackwater Bay, they have been under the control of House Lannister for the past five seasons.
It’s been a rocky relationship that has seen a lot of bloodshed.
The new trailer features a new scene where Cersei talks to a group of soldiers.
The scene was filmed on the outskirts of Dothraki capital city in the show, Dorne.
It also features the return of some familiar faces.
Samwell is back in his role as the king of the BoltONS and has been absent from the series since season five.
“This season is Samwell’s last,” said Beniofen.
“The show is about to come to an end.”
Samwell Tarley is back as Daenerys Targaryens son, and his return has sparked a new rivalry with Jon Snow.
“He has to learn to be more like the son of the Queen,” said Showrunner D.B. Weiss, who played the role in season four.
“Jon Snow, on the other hand, he has been trying to be Jon Snow all season.”
And finally, we get a look at the new White Walkers.
The new White Walker is the one who came back from the dead in season five and was resurrected by Daeneries and Jon Snow as part of the “Revenge of the Night King.”
“The White Walker has returned, and we’ve got the first glimpse of him,” said Weiss.
“We also see a lot more of Jon Snow in the episode than we did in season 5.
And that’s the only indication we have of Jon’s true identity.”
Here’s the full list of returning actors and new characters.
HBO has not released a trailer for the new season, but a new synopsis for season six has been leaked.
The episode opens with Samwell and Daenery visiting a wedding of sorts between Daeneryd and the Targaryan prince, Meera Reed.
After Daenerya says that she can’t marry Meera, Meester returns and says, “What do you mean, Meer?
Meera is my wife.”
Daenerd replies, “You’re a liar.”
The couple then heads back to the Dornish village of Lomond, where Meera says she has a vision of her daughter Meera Stark, who is about the same age as her.
The couple then walks to the Blackwater River and meets up with Sam.
“Sam is very much like the boy from Dorne,” said director James Mangold.
“I think he’s going to be the same.”
Meanwhile, Tyrion Lannister and the Hound have returned from the North.
They head to the Winterfell castle and fight off a group called the Wildlings, who are led by Dorne’s Boltons.
“They’re not the Wildling that we saw last season,” said Mangold, adding, “I know a lot about them, but it’s hard to describe.
They look just like them, except they’re taller.”
Mangold added that the Hound will be a “major threat.”
“Tyrion’s a warrior, and I think he will be the biggest threat that we’ve seen,” he said.
Mangel also teased a “big battle” that the new characters will have to face in the next episode.
“What we don’t know is where that battle will take place,” he teased.
“And how that will affect the rest of the show.”
Season 6 premieres on HBO on Tuesday at 9 p.m.