Any given episode of Game of Thrones has the power to make you cheer with joy and then sob with anguish, and the latest update from the eighth and final season of the series has had a very similar effect on fans.
The good news is that we’ve been given our first (albeit, very brief) glimpse of Game of Thrones season eight, the final season in the blockbuster fantasy TV series based on George R.R. Martin’s best-selling A Song of Ice and Fire book series.
Thanks to a trailer from HBO spruiking all of their upcoming new shows, fans were treated to a a tiny taste of the new season, which was super-cut with explosive and memorable moments from season seven. The marketing clip also offered sneak peaks of Big Little Lies season two, along with previews of fan favourites Veep, and Barry and new TV offerings such as Pod Save America and Camping.
If you blinked at all during the clip you probably would have missed the tiny piece of new season footage buried amid the season seven highlights.
It’s the shot depicting our hero Jon Snow (Kit Harington) emotionally embracing his “sister” Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner).
Now, when this footage was first released, some fans mistakenly thought that it too was previously seen footage from season seven, believing it was actually taken from the duo’s long-awaited Castle Black reunion seen in previous episodes
But in fact, it’s actually the two main cast characters reuniting at Winterfell in the final season of the show.
So make of that what you will, does this mean Sansa and Jon are the last two Starks left standing? We know Winterfell ends up burning to the ground before the finale episode, which means this shot is from the first half of season eight.