Let the Game of Thrones Cast Tell You Over and Over (and Over) That Jon Snow Really Is Dead

Exclusive: Liam Cunningham, Finn Jones and more really want you to believe them when they say Kit Harington's beloved character really is dead

By Tierney Bricker Apr 24, 2016 3:00 PMTags
Watch: "Game of Thrones" Casts Insist Jon Snow Is Dead

Don't shoot the messenger, OK? 

Listen, Game of Thrones fans, we get it. You want Jon Snow (Kit Harington) to be alive. So do we! Who doesn't love Jon Snow? (You know, aside from all of those members of the Night's Watch who took turns stabbing him to death.)

Sadly, he's dead. Or as Liam Cunningham delicately told E! News' Erin Lim, he's "dead, dead, dead!" After Jon's shocking death in the season five finale, the cast of the HBO hit series have been asked non-stop about the fan-favorite's fate in season six, so it's understandable that they're not exactly sugar-coating their answer anymore, as you can see in the video above. 

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In it, GOT cast members repeatedly rub it in our faces that Jon Snow really is dead. And they really hope you can start to move on. 

"He's dead, for sure dead," Hannah Murray, who plays Gilly, bluntly said. "You know the whole stages of grief thing and the first one is denial? I think everyone really needs to move on past that, you can do some bargaining, but then you need to get to acceptance!"

To watch all of the cast tell you over and over that Jon Snow really is dead, watch our interviews with them above...including one that teases that Jon Snow might actually NOT be dead?! Yeah, we're confused now, too. 

Game of Thrones returns tonight, Sunday, April 24, on HBO.

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