We all still have three months of wait before HBO's "Game of Thrones" finally graces our television screens once again and we are all anxious to find out if the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch who knows nothing is really dead, but Maisie Williams teased that we might get to see him again in season six.

This reveal certainly confirms the news that actor Kit Harington has been seen hanging out on the set of season six but Williams, who plays Arya Stark, didn't give fans much hope for the kind of return they wish Jon Snow to have.

"There's a great twist - but I can't say that he's going to be alive," Williams said in an interview during the London Critics' Circle Awards 2016. Check out the full interview in the video below.

The reveal is intriguing since, in a Dec. 29 published article featuring Isaac Hempstead-Wright, the young actor who plays Bran Stark, "Game of Thrones" season six is heading in a direction that it has been trying to avoid in the past five seasons and that is to explore the past and future.

If you remember from the end of season four, Bran Stark already found his way to the three-eyed raven and he has been missing in the entire fifth season. So what has Bran been up to while chaos was taking place in Westeros? He was training to be able to fully utilize his psychic powers and he will be returning in season six to display just how well he can use it now.

This only means we'll be getting many shots of the past and future so, if there is really a twist concerning Jon Snow if he is really dead, then we can only assume that we'll see him in one of Bran's journeys to the past. After all, even Harington confirms Jon Snow's death.

"I've been told I'm dead. I'm dead. I'm not coming back next season. So that's all I can tell you, really," he said. Then again, Jon Snow knows nothing.

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