#GameOfThrones: Is there a SECOND #GOT season 8 trailer?!

The second Game of Thrones season eight trailer can’t come soon enough for fans of the George RR Martin-written series. A number of promos have already been released ahead of season eight’s premiere on HBO and Sky Atlantic in April, but a full-length second trailer is yet to be revealed. However, there are still plenty of clips for fans to watch from Game of Thrones season eight as they await the second trailer.

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Is there a second Game of Thrones season 8 trailer?

Game of Thrones season eight’s second trailer is yet to be released by HBO ahead of the first episode’s premiere.

HBO dropped the first full-length trailer for the new series back on March 5, 2019.

The promo included several of the series’ biggest characters, from Jon Snow (played by Kit Harington) to Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke).

Should trailer two be released, it will likely feature a number of Game of Thrones fan favourites once again.

While a second season eight promo remains shrouded in mystery, a number of short promotional trailers for Game of Thrones in conjunction with sponsors and brands have come to light.


Game of Thrones season 8 trailer: Daenerys and JonGame of Thrones season 8 trailer: Daenerys and Jon (Image: HBO)

Game of Thrones season 8 trailer: TyrionGame of Thrones season 8 trailer: Tyrion (Image: HBO)

Popular drinks company Mountain Dew released a handful of short clips promoting a new can design for their products.

Instead of the drink’s typical lime green and shocking red theme, the new can is white and features all of the families included in Game of Thrones.

Lines are crossed through the names of

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