"Game of Thrones" is undoubtedly one of the most discussed television shows today, and there are a number of theories on how Jon Snow, who was stabbed to death by his Night's Watch comrades in the Season 5 finale, can be brought back to life.
Warning: This article contains spoilers
If actor Kit Harington and showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss' statements are to be believed, then Jon Snow is dead. His chapter is closed. However, an IMDb user who claims to have seen Season 6 episode 1 titled "The Red Woman," points out that the premiere episode will come to an end with Jon Snow being brought back to life. However, it won't be Melisandre who achieves the feat.
"Melisandre tries to resurrect Jon but she fails, Bloodraven and Bran resurrect him at the end of the ep[isode]" wrote TheSunAlsoRises1, adding that all the Night's Watch mutineers will die after they clash with the Wildings. "Jon's resurrection is a fantastic scene, but the best scene is the battle between Wildlings and the mutineers."
Interestingly, a number of fans had earlier predicted Bran's involvement in bringing Jon Snow back to life.
The IMDb user also revealed that Brienne and Pod will succeed in saving Sansa and Reek from Bolton soldiers and they will head for the Wall.
As for what we can expect from Melisandre, the anonymous user said that viewers would see her losing her faith and confessing that she destroyed Stannis for nothing. This is in tune with what actress Carice van Houten said about her character.
"The arc of my character is finally going into a different direction," van Houten told Entertainment Weekly. "It's changing and I really like it. We see her from a really different side of her now. We see somebody whose whole belief system is tumbling down. She's completely confused, and I really like to play that. After all the security and strength and pride, now we see something completely different. I've been really waiting for this moment."
"Game of Thrones" airs Sunday, April 24, on HBO.