“Game of Thrones”, the engrossing, sometimes disturbing, always exciting TV series returns for a sixth season Sunday night on HBO.
I’m also hoping to see Bran and Hodor’s story continue. However, there are still no confirmation yet coming from “Game of Thrones” executive producers if they would still follow their initial plans of making season 7 and season 8 shorter in terms of the number of episodes. I also love Hodor. While I hated Theon with a burning passion, nobody deserves what happened to him.
In other words, as much as the Faceless Men training instills abandoning all sense of self, Arya, much like the North, remembers – and given the level of disgusting havoc she wreaked on Meryn Trant (Ian Beattie) in season five – the development of “a very valuable skill” can’t be good news for the people who scorned House Stark. Many of my favorite characters are in positions where they have a huge opportunity to grow as characters.
Cercei’s Revenge: After her move to get a religion high lord be a rule maker fell flat on her face, season 6 may have her at her best that is wicked and revengeful. But with such a complex show comes many possibilities for the upcoming season.
In King’s Landing, we get a sad Cersei Lannister.
After locking away her dragons and struggling to keep the citizens of Meereen under her control, Daenerys agreed to marry Hizdahr zo Loraq (Joel Fry), a member of one of the city’s former slave-trading families.
To recall, as per MStarsNews, Jon Snow’s final scene in “Game of Thrones” Season 5 ended in a close up scene of his eyes.
While Myrcella’s fate was not revealed in the finale, one of the photos suggest that she died after what Ellaria did to her as she is seen lying down on what appears to be an altar with her hands on her chest.
There’s a ton of shit going on in Game of Thrones: Arya is blind (maybe?) and training to become some sort of magic, shape-shifting assassin? Brienne of Tarth will hopefully be satisfied now that she stabbed Stannis Baratheon, and I don’t feel too bad about Jorah Mormont – Ser Friendzone – probably dying from greyscale. After all, Benioff and Weiss’s increased difficulty producing 10 episodes in the usual 12-14 month timeline brought us here in the first place, Weiss telling Variety “It’s crossing out of a television schedule into more of a mid-range movie schedule”. Oh, and before we forget, make sure you drink responsibly.