New GoT trailer shows Night King’s chilling arrival at Winterfell

With those chilling words, Game of Thrones fans have finally discovered exactly when the giant Dead Army, led by the Night King, will turn up at the gates of Winterfell.

‘Hello, yes, I’m here to kill all living things.’ Picture: HBOSource:Foxtel

WARNING: Spoilers

The dramatic trailer for episode two has been released by HBO after the season eight premiere on Monday — and it teased the long-awaited battle, showing Jon Snow, Tormund Giantsbane and the rest of the gang making preparations.

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Tormund makes the grim estimation of the Night King’s arrival after being asked by Jon: “How long do we have?”

Jon finds out there are just hours left before the White Walkers arrive.

Jon finds out there are just hours left before the White Walkers arrive.Source:Foxtel

Tormund is the bearer of bad news.

Tormund is the bearer of bad news.Source:Foxtel

The other major story set to unfold in episode two is Jaime Lannister, aka the Kingslayer, finally facing the music for all his past crimes.

At the end of the first episode, Jaime arrived at Winterfell and came face-to-face with Bran Stark — the kid he once tried to kill by pushing out a window, rendering him unable to walk.

It’s an incident that will be rehashed by the ruling family of the North — but they’re not the only ones with a bone to pick.

In the clip, Daenarys Targaryen is also seen confronting Jaime over the murder of her father, King Aerys, the man for whom he was given his “Kingslayer” nickname.

Dany is set to grill Jaime.

Dany is set to grill Jaime.Source:Foxtel

Surrounded by the Starks and Jaime’s brother Tyrion, Daenarys coldly tells Jaime: “When I was a child, my brother would tell me a bedtime story about the man who murdered our father, and all the things we would do to that man.”

The second episode of Game of Thrones will air next Monday on Foxtel at 11am and 8:30pm. Keep an eye out for’s recap and podcast analysing the episode.

In the meantime you can subscribe to our podcast, Winter is Here, on iTunes.

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