If you thought the resurrected Jon Snow was safe in the seventh and penultimate season of Game of Thrones , you may want to think again.
Indeed, Kit Harington who plays Jon (or whatever his real name is) has revealed that he felt safe in season six because he had been resurrected at the start of it.
However, speaking about the forthcoming run of the HBO saga, the actor claimed Jon’s life is very much up for the slaying.
“I felt safe in season six because I thought it would be bad storytelling to kill me in the [same] season I’d been resurrected,” he told SFX magazine.
“But as for seasons beyond six, it’s back to business. He’s in mortal danger like anyone else.”
Jon, like everyone who has survived all six seasons of GoT thus far, is no stranger to a fight or two, and the last two seasons alone have seen him involved in two of the series’ most monumental battles.
The first was against the White Walkers during the massacre at Hardhome in season five, which ultimately saw him get several stabs to the gut for his efforts.
And the second was the now infamous Battle of the Bastards, which took place last season and saw the villainous Ramsay Bolton finally get the #justice he deserved.
Game of Thrones returns to HBO on Sunday, July 16.