Maisie Williams as Arya Stark in a scene from "Game of Thrones," which premiered Sunday.
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Hit fantasy TV show "Game of Thrones" returned for its season six premiere Sunday appearing to answer the question "Is Jon Snow dead?" As well as revealing the fate of the brooding Lord Commander of the Night's Watch – no spoilers here – the writers hit viewers with a huge curve ball that had them rushing to social media to voice their shock."The Red Woman" picked up where the season five finale left off, with Sansa and Theon on the run from the Boltons, Snow's body not yet cold, and Daenerys facing the Dothraki horde that picked her up at the end of season five.In Britain, where "The Red Woman" show was being shown simultaneously on Sky Atlantic, weekly listings magazine the Radio Times ran a live blog starting two hours ahead of the broadcast.
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