Game of Thrones


Soon you will officially know the fate of Game of Thrones' Jon Snow. Soon. Until then, you're still allowed to wildly speculate regarding his alive/dead status...but all evidence points to alive. Just wanted to point that out. Even more evidence emerged (or did it) when Maisie Williams hit the red carpet for the London Film Critics' Circle Awards (where she won the Young British/Irish Performer of the Year award for her role in The Falling).

When asked about Jon Snow's "death" (you know, because he's probably not dead), Williams said, "It was awful. It was awful. Everyone was so sad about it, and I feel so mean because I speak to people and they're all like, 'Jon Snow, is he back?' And it's really heartbreaking because people are like, 'Yeah, but he's coming back though?' It's a great twist, but I can't say he's going to be alive."

And then she made a grimace sort of face.

Maisie Williams, Game of Thrones GIF

Here's what's happened so far: Jon Snow died. Then Kit Harington said he was done. Everybody said he was done. Harington was spotted on set. Everybody still maintained he was done. HBO started using Harington's image to promote the upcoming sixth season in both posters and video. And here we are.

E! News caught up with Emilia Clarke at HBO's Golden Globes party, and of course she was tight-lipped about the fate of Mr. Snow. However, she did give E!'s Will Marfuggi this nugget about season six: "I really can't say much apart from you'll see the biggest moments on television that have ever existed," she teased.

Game of Thrones season six and "the biggest moments on television that have ever existed" premieres Sunday, April 24, at 9 p.m. on HBO.

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