After a year’s wait season 6 of “Game of Thrones” is finally here and it did not disappoint… For those who haven’t seen the first episode, “The Wars to Come,” beware of SPOILERS AHEAD!

If you're still reading, it’s safe to assume you’ve either seen it or want to know what happened with your beloved characters. So, let’s proceed; the first episode, “The Red Woman,” of course, begins with Jon Snow, who was brutally murdered by his own men, laying dead in the cold. Inside, the men from the Knight’s Watch are discussing their fate in a room where they’re condemning Allicer Thorne for killing his own Commander.

The many predictions that surround Jon Snow’s death or return include that he might come back as his dire wolf, Ghost, or that he could be brought to life by Lady Melisandre, which remains undecided during the first hour of the season.

Daenerys Targaryen and Jorah: The mother of dragons has 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.

Sansa Stark and Theon Greyjoy: Once “Reek” came to his senses and helped Lady Sansa Stark escape, the two ran through a lot of snow, water, until Ramsay Bolton’s men found them and Theon offered to turn himself in to distract them. Thankfully, Brienn of Tarth appeared to fulfill her vows, and take her vows once more to put herself at Sansa’s service.

Arya Stark: As last season left off, Arya took the wrong life while training to “become no one,” so she’s been punished without eyesight. Her begging in the streets is interrupted to continue her training even though she’s blind now. As much as she gets beaten, part of her seems revealed that her training will continue.

Cersei and Jamie Lannyster: The incestuous couple have to burry their daughter and have promised not to trust prophecies or believe in destiny, as they will fight to take back what’s been taken from them and “a thousand times more.”

The big reaveal came at the end of the episode when in the episode's final scene, when we saw Melisandre has been keeping a crucial secret (or power) to reverse age in her metal necklace. The 'Red Witch' looks in a mirror and takes her neck piece off, only to reveal she is in fact a withering old lady, with no stunning looks, red hair or apparent powers.

This is a big hint regarding Snow's possible return, but we'll have to wait and see. What do you think?