New 'Game of Thrones' Poster Hints at Jon Snow's Season 6 Return

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HBO is feeding the speculation that Kit Harington's supposedly dead character, Jon Snow, is returning to Game of Thrones next season.

The first poster for the upcoming sixth season of the wildly popular program features the leader of the Night's Watch with a bloody face.

In the season 5 finale of Game of Thrones, viewers were left to believe that Jon Snow was dead after members of the Night's Watch attacked him. Now, fans aren't sure what to think. 

Since the finale, the Internet has been following Harington's every move (and hairstyle) for any clues of his return to the beloved series.

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While nothing has been officially confirmed, Harington was spotted in full costume on the GoT set in Belfast this past September, leaving many viewers to speculate that his character survived. But it could also mean that he'll just be appearing in flashbacks.

At this year's Emmys, ET spoke with Harington's GOT co-stars about whether they thought the beloved character would return to the show. "He's dead, but he lives on," Alfie Allen, who portrays Theon Greyjoy on GoT, teased. "No, not physically, but in memory."

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Sophie Turner, who plays Snow's sister Sansa Stark on the series, told ET she can't confirm anything regarding the fate of her on-screen brother. "I genuinely have no idea what's going to happen," she said, "But he did get stabbed at the end of last season so… kind of explains itself, you know?"

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Season 6 of Game of Thrones premieres in April 2016.