'Game Of Thrones' Season 6, Episode 2 Online Video: Watch 'Home' Preview

'Game Of Thrones' Season 6, Episode 2
"Game Of Thrones" Season 6 spoilers. HBO

A brand new episode of "Game Of Thrones" premieres on HBO this week. Episode 2 of Season 6 is called "Home." This second chapter of the sixth season will have Bran train with the Three-Eyed Raven, Jaime will advise Tommen, Tyrion will demand good news; at Castle Black, the Night's Watch will stand behind the throne; Ramsay Bolton will propose a plan and Balon Greyjoy will entertain other proposals. Watch a preview of "Home" below and tell us what you think!

Fans of "Game Of Thrones" will be able to watch and live stream "Home" by downloading the HBO Now app for mobile and streaming devices. The service has a free trial which users can take advantage of to catch the latest episodes that the premium network produces.

Season 6 gave fans updates on all the "Game Of Thrones" characters. Jon Snow is dead...for now at least. Daenerys Targaryen, mother of dragons, ended her captors journey with the Valerians, where she saved herself from being raped numerous times by numerous men including the Kahl.

Queen Khaleesi explained who she was and who her late husband was to which the women present (wives of the Kahl) responded she should be taken to a temple where all the Kahls’ widows spend the rest of their days.

Last season, Arya Stark took the wrong life while training to “become no one,” so she’s been punished without eyesight. Season 6 has her begging in the streets for money. She is then interrupted to continue her training even though she’s blind now. As much as she gets beaten, part of her seems relieved that her training will continue.

There was a big reveal at the end of the premiere episode of the sixth season, when we are presented with Melisandre. She has been keeping a crucial secret (or power) to reverse age in her metal necklace. The Red Witch looked in a mirror and took her neck piece off, only to reveal she is in fact a withering old lady, with no stunning looks, red hair or apparent powers.

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