Game of Thrones Jon Snow

Game of Thrones: Kit Harington Confirms That Jon Snow Will Make Season 6 Appearance

Disclaimer: Every single word in this story may be true, but we recommend taking them with a Wall-sized heaping of salt. Because when Game of ThronesKit Harington says he’s only going to be in the HBO drama’s new season as a corpse…  we really don’t believe he’s just going to lie there like casket fodder.

But that’s what the actor recently told Time Out London, saying that the only new scenes he’s filmed for the series were “scenes of me being dead” and joked “It’s some of my best work.”

Rumors of Harington’s involvement in the coming season, despite Jon Snow’s apparent death at the end of Season 5, have been gathering steam since the season finale. Harington’s decision to keep Jon’s long locks, along with photos of him in Belfast (one of the drama’s shooting locations), seemed to back the hopeful scuttlebutt.

But Harington and his castmates have repeated vowed that Ned Stark’s bastard son is “dead” — much like Maisie Williams did when Michael Ausiello asked her about her on-screen brother at last year’s Emmys. And for his part, Harington told Time Out London that he’s not privy to what else will happen on the show this season.

So what do you think, Game of Thrones fans? Is it likely that the show brought Harington back just to play a dead body? Or does the fact that he says he plays a “corpse” lead you to believe that maybe he’s now playing one of the Night’s King’s right-hand men? Or is it something else altogether? Drop your theory in the comments!

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15 Comments
  1. Kaalyn says:

    Whatever twist there is with his resurrection, the double-talk and misdirection is kind of silly. Candids from set already busted your play, guys. We know he’s up and moving, we know who he is with and we have a general idea of what he’s doing.

  2. PriceIsRightCancelled says:

    If Jon Snow doesn’t make it through no more than nine episodes, where does the series go from here and what are the chances GoT should end depending if they go beyond ten seasons?

    • Pedro says:

      The show will end in season 8. It has been confirmed.

      • Phoenix5634 says:

        8 have been confirmed, but 10 has been mentioned. And to be honest, 10 would fit the amount of story left still to be told.

        • Pedro says:

          The creators and HBO have said the show is planned to end on season 8 They have an ending in mind.

          Plus, the large cast doesn’t have contracts beyond that and many of them are signing up for film franchises.

          • Phoenix5634 says:

            There has been talk of 10 seasons, 8 seasons have been confirmed since like season 3. It all depends how well they write the next few seasons without as much book reference as they’re used too.. Think about it, the war between the Starks and Lannisters lasted from season 1, and didn’t end until the finale of season 3/ start of 4…. So how are they going to do the Long Night in less time? And they do the film franchises around their GoT schedule if you havnt noticed.

  3. Phoenix5634 says:

    He’s dead, but like he once said; ” I fight for the side that fights for the living. ”

    I could write so much more on this topic, but I think that quote sums it up nicely with past season foreshadowing.

  4. Jonny says:

    He’s azor ahai, the chosen one ressurected from the dead. So technically he’s not John snow anymore, he will be in John snows body, but he won’t be John snow.

  5. Phoenix5634 says:

    Here’s a thought to theorize on… Ygrite was burned north of the wall, and she’s got blood of the first men. Maester Amon was burned south of the wall, and he was Targaryen blood.

  6. Phoenix5634 says:

    They should give Dany her violet eyes like Targaryens are supposed to have. You could explain why they havnt been present in the series so far, by saying its part of the mystical side of the show, and only Targaryens who mastered their bond with their dragon have the violet eye colour. Don’t use contact lens tho.

  7. Weezy says:

    Well I guess this answers my question. How long and how many different times can the same article about the same subject come out? I’ve been reading this article since last season’s finale. Do writers ever think to themselves, hey there are already 5 million articles about this subject out there maybe I shouldn’t add to the saturation?

    I’m just sick of hearing about it. Obviously they aren’t going to give anything away, so why this incessant need for everyone to keep obsessing on whether or not he will appear in the new season? Since we aren’t going to know EVER, maybe you could just wait until the new season comes out for your answer…

  8. ComesATime says:

    Season 3 episode 6 I think gives clues to John’s fate. I am curious who John Snow’s mother is? Could it be Melisandre with her “dark eyes”? Can’t wait to see how this ends!!!!!

    • Phoenix5634 says:

      Is S3E6 when Jon says to Ygrite; ” I fight for the side that fights for the living” ? … Or is that the episode when Melisandra tells Arya that they will meet again, and in the darkness she seeing eyes starring back at her, eyes Arya will close forever.

      I think there’s a very strong hint at Jon Snows fate in Season 5… Listen very carefully to Sam and maester Aemon’s conversations, and Jon and Sams conversations, and how the camera focuses and changes with the conversation.