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The most anticipated TV series premiere is scheduled for just two weeks from now. HBO’s hit fantasy-drama series, Game of Thrones, returns with its season six premiere on April 24. But, before that happens, get ready to hear some “predictions” with these three important things you should know about Game of Thrones’s season 6 premiere.

Predicting Game of Thrones isn’t that good of a hobby, as the blood-soaked series always surprises the viewers with it’s thrills and twists. Game of Thrones season six won’t be any different. We will see some crucial characters getting killed, followed by some more steamy fornicating scenes and a whole lot of warfare. While these things aren’t telling you something new and important about Game of Thrones season six, the ones below will surely satisfy your “spoilers” needs.

3 Things You Must Know about Game of Thrones Season Six

Is Jon Snow Dead in Season Six?

This has got to be the first “must-know” thing for anyone who’s kept a check on Game of Thrones from the first season. The finale episode of season five showed Jon Snow getting stabbed to death by members of the Night’s Watch. But rumor has it, Kit Harrington, who plays Jon Snow, was seen on sets for season six, which gives us hope to see our favorite character return on Game of Thrones.

Cast Members

Game of Thrones season six gets us excited to see brilliant actors playing dark characters with such an ease. In the upcoming season of Game of Thrones, actresses Emilia Clarke, Lena Headey, and Carice Van Houten will return as Daenerys (Khaleesi), Cersei, and Melisandre, respectively. Plus, actors Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. and Alfie Allen will reprise the respective roles of Tyrion, Jaime. and Theon.

Sophie Turner, Aidan Gillen, and Maisie Williams will also return as Sansa, Arya, and Littlefinger.

New GoT Characters

New cast members have hopped on board to play all-new Game of Thrones characters. The biggest surprise is we may see The Hound (Rory McCann) making an appearance in season six. Ned Stark may return for a flashback sequence and will be played by actor Sebastian Croft. Samwell Tarly’s brother Dickon Tarly will make an entry into Game of Thrones with season six and actor Freddie Stroma will be playing him.