HBO’s popular fantasy show Game of Thrones is almost over. Following the penultimate episode that aired last night (read our review of Episode 5, “The Bells”), the network has now released a trailer for Episode 6, which is the very last one of the entire series. As the trailer above alludes to, the series finale is expected to be a dramatic conclusion to the show that began back in 2011. Episode 5 spoilers follow.

As is the norm for these preview trailers, there isn’t a whole lot to glean from the footage. We see the reaction shots of characters like Arya and Tyrion (whether to last episode’s carnage or something else is unclear), while the Dothraki seem quite happy with their victory. Daenerys, meanwhile, walks through her army, but we only see her from behind, leaving some question about her own reaction to the reality of what she’s done. Has she truly embraced the Mad King (or Queen) in her, or will she express any regret over the countless innocents who she killed?

There are other matters to wrap up, too, including how Bronn and that crossbow go about trying to get Tyrion to make good on his promise. He’s not seen in the trailer, but presumably the mercenary has to pop up at some point, even if it’s to get roasted by Drogon.

One other point of intrigue that you might not have even noticed while watching Episode 5: Varys’s attempt to poison Dany. While the show doesn’t make this explicit, a pair of scenes with him suggest he’s planning to do so, and just because he’s dead doesn’t mean his plan died with him. The young girl working in the kitchen is presumably still free, and she could carry it out at some point in the finale.

Episode 6 is the 73rd and final episode of Game of Thrones. It’s written and directed by Game of Thrones showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff. The episode is 80 minutes long, just like Episode 5.

While Game of Thrones is coming to an end, HBO is producing a two-hour documentary called The Last Watch that airs on May 26. In addition, HBO is working on multiple prequel spinoffs, one of which stars Naomi Watts and will begin filming later this year. According to author George R.R. Martin, three of the five prequel series are coming along well.

Meanwhile, the actor who played Barristan Selmy on the show claims that Martin has finished the last two A Song of Ice and Fire books, and that he had struck a deal with Benioff and Weiss to wait until the show was done to release them.

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