Where are all the characters right now?
The weekend is nearly upon us and for 'Game Of Thrones' fans that means the day they've all been waiting for; the premiere of season 6. Speculation about the fate of the main characters have been plaguing the internet since the cliffhanger of season 5, but we can now relax in the knowledge that all will soon be revealed.
Sansa Stark and Theon Greyjoy must survive as fugitives
Is Jon Snow really dead? Is Arya really blind? What does Bran Stark's return mean for the story? So many questions, but we'll soon know the answers. More teaser images from the new series have been unveiled ahead of the first episode, 'The Red Woman', on Sunday, giving us a glimpse of some duos back in action.
How Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) has changed. Since her dreams of wedded domestic bliss were shattered when Joffrey turned out not to be husband she was hoping for - y'know, executing her father and all - she's suffered a lot. Her mother and brother were killed by the Boltons, she was forced to marry Lord Bolton's son Ramsay who then rapes her and now she's on the run with Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) - the family's servant. It seems she's ready to hang up her glorious gowns and don a battledress as she prepares to avenge herself and her family.
Daenerys Targaryen meets Kahl Moro
Meanwhile, what's going to happen to Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke)? She managed to escape death on the back of her temperamental dragon Drogon, but then he no longer seemed willing to help her out leaving her stranded alone and vulnerable. Sure enough, she meets a Dothraki horde who turn out not to be so welcoming. In recent clips and photos, we see her bound and stripped, but we also get a glimpse of Drogon so there's a good chance he'll swoop in to rescue her again. Or will the Dothraki accept her as Khaleesi once more?
Cersei and Jaime Lannister swear revenge
There's no bad blood between Cersei (Lena Headey) and Jaime Lannister (Nicolaj Coster-Waldau) at least. They've had their ups and downs and disagreements, but they've also both suffered severe losses together. Now following Cersei's humiliating punishment at the King's Landing, she's got revenge on her mind and Jaime's here to help. She's not willing to go down again without one hell of a fight, but can she rely on the forbidden love of her crooked twin brother to bring justice?
Just how much danger is Tyrion Lannister in?
Tyrion Lannister's (Peter Dinklage) future remains uncertain. He's still ruling Meereen in Daenerys' absence, but a rebellion is bubbling beneath his feet. At least he has Varys (Conleth Hill) back with him again, but then we a bit worried that we keep seeing his face among the dead in the Hall of Faces. We were sure he'd make it to the end - is this the last season we'll see our favourite Lannister?
'Game Of Thrones' comes to HBO this weekend on April 24th 2016.