First GoT Season 8 footage revealed in a new HBO teaser video

New HBO promo reveals 'GoT Season 8 footage. - [HBO / YouTube screencap]
New HBO promo reveals 'GoT Season 8 footage. - [HBO / YouTube screencap]

The final season of 'Game of Thrones' is set to premiere in April 2019, and now HBO has dropped some new footage in their recent promo video.

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"Game of Thrones" fans can finally say that this is the year their favorite show returns with its eighth and final season. And now HBO has dropped a new teaser video promoting the shows that are coming to premium cable network in 2019, including the third season of "True Detective" (premieres on January 13) with Mahershala Ali in a starring role, "Big Little Lies," the upcoming series "Watchmen," and, of course, "Game of Thrones" Season 8.

The last time they showed a promo like this, it gave us our first glimpse at the new season, in the form of a Jon and Sansa reunion, with the acting Lady of Winterfell ominously looking at someone. Back then, many fans guessed that Sansa was "giving an eye" to Daenerys Targaryen. And that's exactly what this new HBO video confirmed. Take a look at the video down below. The five-second "Game of Thrones" season 8 footage starts at 00:41.

As you can see, the five-second teaser shows Sansa Stark and Daenerys Targaryen meeting each other in the Winterfell courtyard, while Jon, Jorah, and Brieene look on. "Winterfell is yours, your Grace," Sansa says politely, but you can see from miles away that she is not happy with Daenerys being there. And the fact that Jon Snow bent the knee and is in a relationship with the foreign queen, whose father killed Sansa's grandfather and uncle, doesn't make things any easier. All I can say is that conflict is clearly coming and I can't wait to see how this animosity plays out on screen.

This clip may be only a five seconds long, but it's more than enough for fans to hop on the hype train. With that said, let's check out what Twitter had to say about it.


New footage is new footage

I can only imagine how it would be like when the trailer finally comes out.


Sansa be like

Sansa handing over Winterfell to Daenerys in a nutshell.

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