Our Khaleesi, actress Emilia Clarke, doesn't even need dragons to light the Internet on fire. While talking with E! News at HBO’s Golden Globes after-party on Sunday, the actress revealed that “the biggest moments on television that have ever existed" are coming to "Game of Thrones" in Season 6.
These are the moments she's probably talking about:
1. Jon Snow's resurrection.
Getting stabbed to death by all your bros is never a good situation, but, hey, it happens, right?
On Snow's fate, Clarke just told E! News, "It’s going to be big."
2. We'll finally learn who Jon Snow's parents are.
The biggest mystery of "Game of Thrones" has always been the true identity of Jon Snow's parents. We're supposed to believe Ned Stark, the most honorable dude around, had an affair and fathered a child, but the most popular "Game of Thrones" theory (R+L=J) says Snow's real mom and dad are Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark.
Though the theory is so popular that it's pretty much accepted as fact at this point, we are expected to finally get the answer during one of Bran's visions in Season 6. And there could even be another crazier twist about Snow in the mix.
3. The big battle will put all others to shame.
Last year, Watchers on the Wall reported a major battle would be happening in Season 6 involving Stark bannermen the Umbers, the Boltons and the wildlings. A resurrected Jon Snow, Sansa, Theon, and even giants, are also supposedly going to be involved somehow.
Making it even more treacherous, Ramsay Bolton was apparently spotted on set "tying two known characters to X-crosses upside down and burning them during the fighting." Based on the show so far, it'll probably be your two favorites. Sorry, y'all.
4. Dany may finally invade Westeros.
Daenerys actually arriving in Westeros has only been a tease in the books thus far. Reports indicate Dany will ride with the Khalasar that appeared to take her captive in Season 5. Her favorite sell-sword, Daario Naharis, will apparently join her, too.
In George R.R. Martin's reported original plans for the books, he was creating a trilogy (which he later turned into a plan for seven books). The second book would've covered Dany's Dothraki invasion of Westeros. Now that the show is caught up to the books, and it appears Dany has another Dothraki army at her side, an impending invasion is pretty much inevitable.
5. More dead characters are coming back. And it's going to be crazy.
All men must die on "GoT," but they don't stay dead for long.
Actor Ian McShane already let it slip that his new character is “bringing somebody back that you think you’re never going to see again," and, based on casting announcements and evidence from the books, the thought is this character is The Hound. But rumors are going around that the undead Catelyn Stark, who does come back as the zombie-like character Lady Stoneheart in the books, could also be on the table for a return.
A Catelyn Stark comeback has been rumored for a while, but it's always been denied by showrunners. If it does happen, we'd definitely understand what Khaleesi means by "biggest moments in television."
"Game of Thrones" Season 6 premieres Sunday, April 24, on HBO.
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