Game Of Thrones Finale, Maisie Williams


Thanksgiving is almost here, but we're already looking ahead to winter.

Not because of Christmas, Hanukkah or any other winter holidays, or building snowmen, or drinking hot cocoa, or any of those classic reasons for loving winter. Nope, we're talking Winter with a capital "W," as in Game of Thrones' ominous impending season.

And now we're even more excited, since Game of Thrones just launched a mysterious new website all about season five...and an all-new teaser video!

Grab your Valyrian steel sword, sit on your iron throne and watch the new footage below.

That teaser was way too short, right?! Who do we have to kill around here to get some more intel on the new season?!

We might be in for some new information soon, thanks to the new, mysterious season-five website the HBO series just launched. The official Game of Thrones Twitter account tweeted a link to the new site,, which allows fans to sign up for notifications.

Since we could hardly contain our excitement, we signed up right away via Twitter, and got a direct message that said, "You now have the power of #TheSight. Keep watch for visions of the future."

What does it all mean?! Hopefully those "visions of the future" take shape in a full, official season-five trailer!

Here's what we do know about the new season so far: Isaac Hempstead-Wright (Bran Stark) and Kristian Nairn (Hodor) won't appear at all, a whole slew of new faces will be introduced, flashbacks will be shown for the first time ever and fans will get to meet a brand-new character that isn't in the books, played by Lost alum Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje.

Game of Thrones season five will premiere in spring 2015.

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