The network's 2019 trailer also offers new footage of Meryl Streep in "Big Little Lies," comic book adaptation "Watchmen," "True Detective," "Veep" and more.
HBO finally offered up some new footage from the forthcoming eighth and final season of "Game of Thrones" as part of a sneak preview of their 2019 offerings that debuted during the Golden Globes.
The slim footage featured Daenarys (Emilia Clarke) arriving at Winterfell with Jon Snow (Kit Harington) where they are greeted by the current lady of the northern palace, as it were, Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner).
Things have been pretty tumultuous in Winterfell since the death of the family patriarch way back in Season 1, but it looks as if they're ready to swear fealty to a new ruler as Sansa is shown saying, "Winterfell is yours, your grace."
Daenarys looks on with a smile, one step closer to her destiny and ream of ruling Westeros and sitting upon the Iron Throne. It should be a wild swan song for the year's most anticipated show.
But that wasn't all die-hard fans got in this clip. Viewers were treated to our first look at Meryl Streep joining the cast of "Big Little Lies," where she's looking for answers, as well as our first official look into the world of DC Comics adaptation "Watchmen."
The controversial and groundbreaking graphic novel has already been the subject of a faithful film adaptation, but this project takes a much deeper look into this darker and more sophisticated expose on superheroes and their impact on the world.
Fans also got glimpses into new seasons of "True Detective," "Barry" and "Veep," as well as new series "Euphoria," "Succession," "Chernobyl," "Catherine the Great" and "Divorce."
As a reminder in a streaming world that HBO is still one of the biggest provider of high-quality, big-budget television entertainment, this trailer was just about perfect, as it should get fans of all different kinds of storytelling excited about what's to come.