‘Game of Thrones’ Final Season New Footage Plus More of HBO’s 2019 Lineup

HBO’s teasing viewers with new footage from some of the shows that will make up their 2019 primetime lineup. The new 2019 teaser will air just prior to the finale of True Detective season three, but for those who can’t wait the network has made it available online a few hours early.

Among the show’s debuting new footage in the nearly two-minute teaser are Barry season two, Big Little Lies season two, and Succession season two. Barry‘s new season starring Bill Hader and Henry Winkler arrives on March 31st while season two of Big Little Lies with series newcomer Oscar-winner Meryl Streep will premiere in June. Succession‘s ensemble cast reassembled for the new season which doesn’t yet have a confirmed premiere date.

Season three of The Deuce with Maggie Gyllenhaal shows off new footage as does the much-anticipated final season of Game of Thrones. Arya (Maisie Williams) breaks into a slow smile at what we can assume is the appearance of a dragon. The trailer ends with the tagline “It all starts here” as we see a clip of the Wall falling.

Primetime mini-series Catherine the Great starring Helen Mirren in the title role can also be seen showing off new clips in the trailer. The feature film based on cancelled-too-soon series Deadwood, the five-part mini-series Chernobyl, and the high school drama Euphoria are also included with new footage.

HBO’s 2019 preview features new video from Los Espookys premiering in June, His Dark Materials based on the novels by Philip Pullman, and the television series adaptation of one of the greatest graphic novels in history, Watchmen. The comedy series The Righteous Gemstones and Mrs. Fletcher, plus new dramas Gentleman Jack and Years and Years revealed very short blink-and-you’ll-miss-them clips.

The network’s preview also hypes up the new seasons of 2 Dope Queens, Ballers, Divorce, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Real Sports, Real Time with Bill Maher, Room 104, Silicon Valley, and Veep.

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Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke in ‘Game of Thrones’ season 8 (Photo by Helen Sloane / HBO)