For the most part, these new clips featured footage we've seen before, but fans will most likely do their usual frame-by-frame analysis of the videos and uncover more hints for the television event of the decade. EW.com will have daily GoT coverage until the end of Game of Thrones, including post-episode recaps and interviews. In just over two weeks, the series event we've all been waiting for will be screened by HBO.
The final season of "Game of Thrones" kicks off on HBO on April 14.
Spotted amongst the ruins are Tyrion Lannister's Hand of the Queen pin, as well as his brother's golden hand. "Fear's really good - Fear will keep you safe but you need to just channel that fear and use that energy to achieve what you want to achieve..."
"Imagine if the writers went: '-Hahaha, we got them' '-Yeah, we did -.so she dies in the third' '-Yup, '" another person joked. "We move 10,000 miles away from home and we put up our little tent to put on our little show and we tear the tent down and we move it somewhere else".
Cue shots of more troops marching off in the distance, Sansa Stark spotting Daenerys Targaryen's fire-breathing creatures for the first time, and Daenerys and Jon standing near a fire, maybe after an intense conversation.
During her guesting at "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon" on Tuesday (Monday in United States time), Williams was asked, "Can you tell me anything?"
After seven long seasons of scandalous affairs, bloody battle scenes and power-hungry tyrants, Game of Thrones has fans clinging to the edge of their seats awaiting the final season.