The bosses of GAME Of Thrones have released a dramatic teaser trailer for the episode's second episode of the show's explosive final series.

And Winterfell prepares for battle as the Night King and his grizzly army of the dead march south.

    Jon Snow asks how long they have left
Jon Snow asks how long they have left

"How long have we got?" Jon Snow asks the Wildling Tormund Giantsbane.

"Before the sun rises tomorrow," he replies.

Meanwhile, a big catapult is fired over the walls and the army of the North Rally for the upcoming battle.

The teaser also shows Daenerys Targaryen in a wild mood as she faces the longtime enemy Jaime Lannister over the murder of her father.

    Tormund admits that the army of the dead moves fast
Tormund admits that the army of the dead moves fast
    A catapult is fired
A catapult is fired
    And the army gets ready
And the army gets ready

Surrounded by the popular faces of Sansa, Arya Stark and Tyrion Lannister, Daenerys threatens the regicide.

She says, "When I was a kid, my brother told me a bedtime story about the man who murdered our father and about all the things we would do to this man."

    Daenerys Targaryen is in a fierce mood when she faces Jaime Lannister

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Daenerys Targaryen is in a fierce mood when she faces Jaime Lannister

Season 8's first season Game of Thrones episode was packed with emotional gatherings.

Jon was back in Winterfell with his Stark Siblings and he was reunited with Sam Tarly.

Meanwhile, Gendry and Arya met again face to face for the first time in years, and Bran had an interesting look at Jaime-the man who was blamed for putting him in a wheelchair.

There was a lot to do, but each one of these meetings met the expectations of the audience.

In fact, the emotional scenes were so well written and executed that some viewers were in tears afterwards.

"One of the best scenes I've been waiting for this #GameofThrones," wrote one.

Another added: "Holy Mother of God! Tears, goosebumps, shock, anger … #GameofThrones You give me all kinds of feelings in this goddamn world!

"Oh my wine, a girl will see the episode again and again until the next episode!"

A moment later, a third appeared: "We've been waiting seven seasons to see Arya back with Jon, and I'll lie to you when I say I did not start weeping #GameOfThrones."

A fourth commented, "This moment was everything I've been waiting for, my heart is so happy that I can not stop crying #GameofThrones #ForTheThrone."

Of course, while the episode was action-packed, the end of the show was the biggest conversation; Jaime and Bran meet again.

These two characters have not seen each other since Bran caught Jaime Canoodling with his sister Cersei on a visit to Winterfell.

Jaime pushed Bran desperately out of a tower, causing the boy to be crippled.

After the fall, Bran could not remember what had happened and was convinced that he accidentally stumbled while climbing.

Since then, he has developed skills as a Greenseer, meaning he can now see into the past, present, and future. Therefore, he is almost certain that he knows what Jaime has done.

Does that mean that Bran wants revenge now?

Playing with Jaime, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau hinted to Digital Spy that there's a big deal between them: "This is a reward for the first episode of Season One I think that's really cool because it's a story It was all a story, it took a long time to tell. "

    Sansa Stark is one of the contenders for the Iron Throne

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Sansa Stark is one of the contenders for the Iron Throne

Although there are still unfinished business deals between Jaime and Bran, the two have much bigger problems at the moment.

The white wanderers and the army of the dead are plowed through the wall and head south – the next stop, Winterfell.

It is expected that many of the show's legendary characters will be killed during the Battle of Winterfell.

According to the rumor mill, this will take place in the third episode. Appreciate your favorite Game of Thrones favorites for as long as you can because it will be brutal.

  • The second episode of Game of Thrones will air on Monday, April 22, on Sky Atlantic and Now TV.

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