Season seven promo released

Fans have taken the internet by storm after noticing a very confusing detail in the teaser: Daenerys's throne.

The first full trailer for the hugely anticipated Game of Thrones Season 7, aired last night.

Game of Thrones fans will be thrilled to know that the universe (we're kidding-just HBO) just gave us all the ultimate Friday treat: the first-ever official trailer for season seven of Thrones. While Jon became King in the North in the final ep, we can assume he is in the Great Hall of Winterfell. The 90-second clip features three characters including Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, and Cersei Lannister. For almost a year now, we've been waiting to see what will become of our favs since all of Westeros is in shambles.

The premiere of season 7 of Game of Thrones is still almost four months away, but a new trailer teases what's in store for those vying to rule Westeros. In the promo which is titled, "Long Walk", we watch Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and Cersei Lannister approaching different versions of the Iron Throne. According to a recently released trailer, it is already here. According to the A.V. Club, the trailer was set to a haunting cover of the track "Sit Down" by James. The trailer showed Jon Snow, Daenerys, and Cersei claiming their respective thrones in Westeros.

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'Game of Thrones' season 7 teaser out
And the Season 7 trailer shows Jon Snow, Cersei, and Daenerys as the three biggest power players who will ultimately face off. Fans of the series get a glimpse of the blue-eyed Night King at the end of the trailer.

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Just when the trailer seems like it will end quietly, Cersei lets out a deep breath, and it is clearly visible.

Now, the plot has thickened a good bit, because the Night King is in the picture.

Meanwhile, in other Game of Thrones news, it doesn't look like George R.R. Martin will be releasing The Winds of Winter anytime soon.

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