The final season of fantasy series Game of Thrones is set to release in April next year, which HBO had announced last month in a promotional video. Now it has released the first official teaser from the season, and from it we can gauge that it is going to be a battle of fire and ice. In the teaser, we can see the wolf and the dragon being engulfed by ice and the lion by fire, with both elements finally meeting up. Also Read - #1: Scam 1992 Smashes IMDb Record, Beats Breaking Bad, Chernobyl, And GoT in Ratings
The clip, which was a little more than 40 seconds, started with the ice, a reference to the White Walkers, spreading on what looks like a map of Westeros, and as it progressed it began to engulf everything in its path, starting with the wolf, which stands for the Stark family. It is next seen engulfing a dragon, which in this case would refer to Daenerys Targaryen’s dragon. Also Read - Amul Celebrates Ramayan's World Record of Highest Viewed Entertainment Program Globally, Beats The Big Bang Theory-Game of Thrones
While the ice consumes one side, fire is seen engulfing the other and spreading over a lion, which represents the Lannisters. In time, both elements meet, and the battle for supremacy begins. Check the teaser out below: Also Read - Hafthor Bjornsson Aka 'The Mountain' From Game of Thrones Breaks World Deadlifting Record
Game of Thrones, which is an adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire, George RR Martin’s series of fantasy novels, is about a quest to claim the Iron Throne. It is known for the twists and turns, ruthless killing scenes, unexpected deaths all wrapped up with emotion and drama.
Created by David Benioff and DB Weiss, Game of Thrones premiered on HBO in the US on April 17, 2011, and its seventh season ended on August 27, 2017. The series will conclude with its eighth season premiering in 2019.
The show brought actors like Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Maisie Williams, Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Iwan Rheon into the spotlight, making them global stars.