In case you missed it: New Game of Thrones footage released

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In the clip, we can see Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) arriving in Winterfell with Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) by her side.

So TL;DR - even if you, for some reason, won't be watching the final season of Game of Thrones, you will nearly certainly want to renew that HBO subscription this year.

Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow.

Unfortunately, we still don't know precisely when that will be, but it shouldn't be much longer until HBO makes another announcement. The commercial also gives a first look at the new "Watchmen" series coming from "Lost" co-creator Damon Lindelof that is on its way to HBO later this year. We'll go with "Dany" for short. Jon Snow initially refused to fight for Winterfell.

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It's just a fleeting moment in what is sure to be a whirlwind of a final season, but seeing Jon and Sansa back together should be enough to tide fans over until the show returns in a few months. The new season of the show will also feature Oscar victor Meryl Streep who in the teaser is seen asking Reese, "I want to know what happened that night".

HBO has yet to announce a premiere date for Watchmen, but Game of Thrones' final season is due to debut in April. Whether or not she's gotten Dany's Game of Thrones resume (mostly not good, if you really think about it), she's a great judge of character. The video didn't show any actual footage from the upcoming season, but made use of a game board and game pieces that implied potential clashes of houses.

The slightest reluctance in her voice might be imagined, but it does seem as though she says the words with a bit of reserve.