Game of Thrones fans uncover a huge clue about season 8 in the first sneak peek
It could be a LOT worse.
There's no doubt about it: the details of Game of Thrones' eighth and final season are some of Westeros' most closely guarded secrets in just about forever.
With a few months still to go until the last six episodes of the HBO epic kick off, fans have become more and more eager to find out whatever information they can about what is going to to happen.
They've also been analysing (and overanalysing) the information about the season that has been shared.
The latest tidbit causing a stir? The first glimpse at footage from Game of Thrones' last season.
Earlier this week, HBO released a blink-and-you'd-miss-it look at Game of Thrones' upcoming final season (right around the 38 second mark).
It featured Daenerys arriving at Winterfell, alongside Jon Snow, where she is greeted by a not-to0-thrilled-looking Sansa Stark.
“Winterfell is yours, your grace,” Sansa tells the Mother of Dragons, which led many fans to believe that the eldest daughter of Ned and Catelyn Stark had just...handed over Winterfell.
And they weren't too happy about it.
Jon: We gonna give Winterfell to Dany
— GayStorm (@Soshistorm) January 7, 2019
ok but why would sansa give winterfell up so easily like ,?? i don’t trust this
— l**sa (@danysclarke) January 7, 2019
y’all coming for sansa for being a little skeptical, girlie has been through hell to get her home back y’all think it’s just easy for her to just blindly give winterfell away?! pic.twitter.com/rEK6aoBCDy
— kenz (@jinsooyng) January 7, 2019
What!? You just gonna give it up like that Sansa??? https://t.co/9P1nf8zPsQ
— Because Val (@BecauseVal_) January 7, 2019
— Melissa Sullivan (@Emjay1028) January 7, 2019
— Kayla (@kayivelisse) January 7, 2019
However, some fans were quick to point out that Sansa wasn't actually giving Dany Winterfell - despite it sounding that way (and Dany probably interpreting it that way).
It sounds like it was meant to be more of a hospitable, greeting thing - like when Ned greeted Robert Baratheon in the very first episode.
Although Sansa's 'greeting' sounded a lot colder than Ned's, so maybe there's something else going on...
— Sofi (@dobbypfvr) January 7, 2019