The latest season of HBO's hit TV series, "Game of Thrones" is almost here and surely, many fans are excited because of the prolonged wait they had to endure for season 7. The iron throne is yet to have its next rightful occupant and now, here's what could be expected from the other characters of the show, namely Sansa Stark.

What's next for Sansa?

Jon Snow's other sister, aside from the still lost Arya, has just made her way back to reunite with her brother. Although she has searched for her prince, she went through some traumatic experiences instead.

It started when she was married to Joffrey, witnessed her father being beheaded, was made to wed Tyrion forcibly, and then married to rapist Ramsay Bolton.

These would be enough to make any woman go crazy, right?

According to Sophie Turner, who plays the role of Sansa Stark, viewers could expect her character to somewhat take after Cersei Lannister. Turner said she could see the how Sansa can be very similar to Cersei, regarding being vengeful when it comes to family and loved ones.

What could she mean by this? Is Sansa moving to the other side?

Come to think of it, both Sansa and Cersei care for their families so much - so much that it could drive them to do whatever it takes to protect and avenge their loved ones. "At the end of the day, that’s why she does the things that she does because she’s terrified of losing the people she loves," Turner added.

What else to expect from 'Game of Thrones'

Turner herself is excited when it comes to reading new scripts.

She said it had become some sort of a ritual in bracing herself. "Every page that you turn, you're like 'Is this the scene? Is this the death scene?'", she said.

Meanwhile, there are reports that the final season of the show (season 8) could be further pushed back. Casey Bloys, HBO programming chief, might have mentioned that the six-episode-long finale is not slated to air until 2019.

Bloys also spoke on the impending question of why showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss will not be associated with any spinoffs. “By the time the final season airs, Dan and David will have been at this for 12 years.”

It is known that Weiss and Benioff first met Martin in 2006. HBO had not greenlit the pilot of "GoT" until November 2008, while production did not start until October 2009.

Can't wait to see your favorite characters? Catch "Game of Thrones" and its most-anticipated return to the small screen on July 16, 2017.